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A letter from John Huston asked Welles to play Benjamin Franklin in a short film to celebrate America's Bicentennial.
A highlight was reading a hand-written letter from Martin Scorsese.
Along with the autobiography fragments discovered last year, there are items from the and papers pertaining to her rights to Welles' films and pension.
Total, there are 17 new boxes of material added to the Orson Welles - Oja Kodar Paper University of Michigan Special Collections Library. For the most part, I chose boxes that would help me in my current research into Welles' commercials.
A May 13, 1976 letter from campaign art director Akio Fukuoka pointed out that people called up Nikka and asked, “Who is that person with a magnificent face? Fukuoka also expressed concern that Nikka posters featuring Welles were being stolen from public places, but this was considered evidence of Welles' newly-found popularity.
You have, for your own purposes, chosen to hold your thoughts on this matter revealing it only after my own considerable expenditure of time and effort.” Other Nikka papers include five one-page scripts for the test films, including one where Welles shares a toast with a picture of Marlene Dietrich.
These inserts were on paper that felt thinner than Bible pages. I was looking forward to this box most because it had material about Welles' G&G Nikka Whiskey campaign.