How the 'War of the Worlds' on the Radio Caused a Panic: American actor, producer, and director Orson Welles speaks into a microphone during a broadcast of his CBS radio program, 'First Person Singular'. Welles wears headphones and holds a pipe.
The Infamous "War of the Worlds" Radio Broadcast Was a Magnificent Fluke - Orson Welles and his colleagues scrambled to pull together the show; they ended up writing pop culture history
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On this day exactly one hundred years ago, Orson Welles was born, so it seems appropriate to write about the 1938 War of the Worlds radio broadcast, in which Welles’ Mercury Theatre on the Air enacted.
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