What’s nice is that both of them take questions from the audience and have an easy rapport with one another.
You may have seen his cinematic masterpiece Citizen Kane, marvelled at him in The Third Man, or heard outtakes from that infamous peas commercial but there was no doubt Orson Welles was a fascinating talker.
Check out this interview with Dick Cavett from July 1970, where Welles turns the tables on his host:
and how Winston Churchill helped Welles finance a film:
Plus, they finish by pondering whether a work of pornography can be a masterpiece and what his desert island movie is: