Ah thanks Knowles, I understand now; Harry Lime. I have most of the Harry Lime episodes on MP3, but I am yet to finally have a nice, long, quite time to myself to listen to them all. I didn't notice that title on the list of Harry Lime episodes on this website. Would it have had another title? Perhaps an American title? The episodes I have match the titles here on wellesnet, so I guess I have BBC titles.
Well, the pineapple thing. I was reading on another website, and I have come across this in other places as well, it always portrays Orson drinking pineapple juice. I swear I saw this on more than one occassion; there's Orson and somehow he's drinking pineapple juice. I don't know, unless I imagined the whole thing, I assumed Orson was a pineapple juice drinker and it perked my curiousity of course. Why pineapple? Why not apple or orange or even grape juice?
Oh, by the way, as I was mentioning on my last thread, I was curious if Orson's pipes ever came up for auction. Lo and behold I was browsing through eBay, and here I saw some one auctioning off a framed photo of Orson with a cigar included said to have been Orson's own. Needless to say, it piqued my interest. Not quite a pipe, but a cigar nonetheless. How in the hell does one authenticate an Orson cigar?
Glenn, that is quite sad about Orson and Richard's relationship. I don't understand why he tried to conceal it though, or am I reading too much into it. Was Orson embarrassed by Richard, or did he just keep him at a distance for his own safety? I don't quite understand the reasoning behind it.
"I know a little about Orson's childhood and seriously doubt if he ever was a child."--Joseph Cotten