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" Welles replied, "I suppose it's Woodstock, Illinois, if it's anywhere. If I try to think of a home, it's that." After his father's death, Welles traveled to Europe using a small portion of his inheritance.
Welles said that while on a walking and painting trip through Ireland, he strode into the Gate Theatre in Dublin and claimed he was a Broadway star.
1938 broadcast "The War of the Worlds"; and in film, Citizen Kane (1941), consistently ranked as one of the all-time greatest films.
Welles directed a number of high-profile stage productions for the Federal Theatre Project in his early twenties, including an adaptation of Macbeth with an entirely African American cast, and the political musical The Cradle Will Rock.
His first film was Citizen Kane (1941), which he co-wrote, produced, directed, and starred in as Charles Foster Kane.
Welles was an outsider to the studio system and directed only 13 full-length films in his career.
"Todd provided Welles with many valuable experiences", wrote critic Richard France.