Josh Karp

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Journalist; author of Orson Welles's Last Movie: The Making of the Other Side of the Wind

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Orson Welles was only 25 years old when he had the greatest success of his career: co-writing, directing and starring in Citizen Kane.

"Orson Welles's Last Movie"

Orson Welles was only 25 years old when he had the greatest success of his career: co-writing, directing and starring in Citizen Kane.

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