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Orson Welles, the Great One: cinema’s baby-faced virtuoso tricked the world into thinking aliens had invaded when he was just twenty-three, directed Citizen Kane at only twenty-five, and was twice voted the greatest film director of all time by the British Film Institute. We can’t deny his genius. But just how unusual was our Orson? Let's take a look
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