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Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, Jan. 11, 1941





  Jan. 11, 1941, Battle Looms  

  Jan. 11, 1941, Joe Penner  


Jan. 11, 1941: When Orson Welles resigned as director of Connecticut's Stony Creek Theater, he was succeeded by one William Castle, a very young man with definite ideas of Art, Jimmie Fidler says.




 
  Jan. 11, 1941, Comics  


  Jan. 11, 19411, Jimmie Fidler  

  Jan. 11, 1941, Joe Penner  


 
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Orson Welles went directly to 'Citizen Kane'. William Castle went on to Emergo, Percepto, and the Coward's Corner.

Both smoked cigars.


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