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was cast by director Orson Welles
as the character Otterlake in the film. Welles praised Little's acting, saying that impressionists seemed to make good actors. Little, however, had to drop out of the movie since Welles improvisational style of filming, as well as layoffs caused by budgetary constraints, meant that the shooting schedule was not only unpredictable but practically interminable. When Little was unavailable for filming due to his honoring prior commitments, Welles replaced him with director Peter Bogdanovich
, in whose house Welles was then living. The film was never completed during Welles' lifetime. See more
Referenced in Brunnen