Orson Welles Apology for War of the Worlds Broadcast PublicDomainFootage.com





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Orson Wells explaining himself after the infamous 1938 "War of the World" radio broadcast that frightened many in into believing the earth was being attacked by creatures from Mars. In fact, War of the Worlds was a novel written by H.G. Wells and the broadcast was a dramatic live presentation of the story played out by radio actors the night before Halloween.

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