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Reviving Harry Lime: Harry Alan Towers on Producing Radio Serials with Orson Welles

Born in 1920, in London, Harry Alan Towers started as an actor and radio writer, before establishing a production company, Tower of London, in 1946. In the early 1950s, he produced two radio series starring and written by Orson Welles: The Lives of Harry Lime (one episode of which formed the basis for Welles’s film MR. ARKADIN) and The Black Museum. Since 1962, he has produced nearly one hundred feature films. in 1972, he again collaborated with Welles, producing the latter’s adaptation of TREASURE ISLAND, directed by John Hough and starring Welles as Long John Silver.


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