I think that another Arkadin version could be considered the working print found from Fred Junck in the late seventies and preserved for years and years at the Luxembourg Cinematheque Municipale. That version seem to be the basis for the Corinth version (passage from Arkadin TO Confidential Report, not the contrary, as shown from some details), but with OTHER dialogues (text, tone of voices when words are the same) between Tamiroff and Arden, and probably among the others, Welles included. Obviously not edited and incomplete. And as noticed by Cahiers, with very, very interesting rushes, silent and sound claps, fascinating voices tests by Welles, Mori, Arden, I remember no bats there, but other attempts and ideas for titles, spanish version included, and traces of the very first version of the script (Masquerade), with a good shot between Mori and Arden in Venice airport, and with some text declaimed at the telephone during the false phone-call at the hotel. Hi to all Members here and please forgive my english. It’s my first message.