TV WORTH WATCHING:
TCM, 8 p.m. ET; 2/12/2013
The best movie ever made? The American Film Institute crowned this 1941 film as such – not a bad honor, for a guy making his directorial and starring big-screen debut. That would be Orson Welles, the young pioneer who took all the tricks he had learned in radio and combined them with brand new ones. The result: A fascinating, visually rich and resonant movie about the life and death of a media mogul.
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Hurricane Sandy approaching New York. twitter.com/efitz6/status/…— Eamonn Fitzmaurice (@efitz6) October 29, 2012
It’s actually a picture…