DeMille's movies are rarely counted among the great films of all-time, though. Most of them seem like dated kitsch now. I like the banter at the beginning of the BREAK OF HEARTS radio pgm, where Welles ribs DeMille about wanting to take his job. Even with It being audio only, you get the impression that DeMille doesn't appreciate the ribbing much. Interesting also in the Murrow show to see Tynan defending Welles along with Liegh. Tynan would later buy into Houseman's assertion that Welles wrote none of the CK screenplay.