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After a screening of 'The Trial' at the University of Southern California, Welles discussed with the public and tried to answer their questions.

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Orson Welles

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Trivia Welles claims that Michael Salkind produced the G.W. Pabst version of 'Don Quixote' (1933), which he calls 'Don Quixote of Chaliapin' (because Feodor Chaliapin was the star). In fact, Michael and his son Alexander worked for many years to produce a film of the Bruno Franks novel "A Man Called Cervantes" with King Vidor as director. That partnership dissolved and Vincent Sherman eventually directed the project in 1967 under the title, 'Cervantes' (aka; 'Young Rebel'); five years *after* Welles story of meeting the Salkinds took place. It is entirely probable that the Salkinds discussed their ongoing Cervantes project with Welles in the early 60s, but by 1981 Orson has conflated that story with the Pabst 'Don Quixote' film, as the Salkinds actually had nothing to do with the production of the 1933 film. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Eyes of Orson Welles (2018). See more »
Quotes Orson Welles: Like all people who have lived under occupation for a long time, the Irish for instance and particularly, the Yugoslavs had lived for 400 years under the Turks. We must understand that all people who are occupied for a long time, learn as an act of honor, to steal from strangers. Quite seriously. In other words, they won't steal from each other, but it's a stranger comes with a lot of money from Hollywood or whatever it is - steal if you can.
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