This is my favorite interview ever, listening to Orson Welles tell stories is such a blast- insightful, funny and unpretentious. The very definition of a raconteur! Unfortunately I can't find the entire interview online, just pieces which I've posted below. The complete interview appears on the dick cavett hollywood greats dvd set which is sadly out of print, but I'm sure it's out there in the murky mists of the internet for those interested and inclined. The same set has an amazing interview with Robert Mitchum (probably my second favorite), obviously a very different character than Welles, but almost as much fun. God I miss the 20th century, getting all sentimental, speaking of which I caught part of the Marx Brothers "A Day At The Races" on TV last night, and was especially knocked out by Harpo's piano destroying scene, see below after Orson, also a clip of Orson talking about Hemingway and Orson in Spain. Famous people used to be so talented!