I am new to this message board. I come to Wellsnet every once in a while for Orson Welles news, but I never posted.
I am a fan of Orson, and I have been for a while. I am here to learn more about Orson. I am always ready to learn more.
I can't really discuss my Orson appreciation with my friends because they really don't know who he is. I remember the first time I told them that I was fascinated with an man named Orson Welles, their response was "Orson who?"
Orson was an incredible man, and I feel that he deserves more of a recognition than what he has now. I feel he is greatly underappreciated. How can the public ignore the man that helped revolutionize film-making? It's a disgrace. Will he forever only be remembered as the man that brought the martians into people's homes? Sad really.
Well, I hope to bump into those that are as much into Orson as I am. I am willing to learn more about the man that has fascinated me since he spoke the words "Good evening, this is is Orson Welles."
"I know a little about Orson's childhood and seriously doubt if he ever was a child."--Joseph Cotten