Thursday, June 27, 2013

The Best of New York Magazine Issue June 24, 2013 - Orson Welles

Lunch conversation with Orson Welles, page 127. 

1 comment:

diane said...

Orson Welles said that back in the "old days" a man's word meant something, because there was no law. Then prohibition came, which had a law that was impossible to obey. So that was the beginning of the end, when it started to become cool to break the law.
He was a smart guy.