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American film director and actor Orson Welles, left, photographed with English author H.G. Wells when they met in San Antonio, Texas, on Nov. 30, 1940. The pair were discussing events in Europe when this picture was taken. It will be remembered that, two years previously, a radio adaptation of H.G. Wells novel, “The War of the Worlds” was broadcast in America as though the events therein described were actually taking place, and it caused a minor panic among the Americans. (AP Photo)

American film director and actor Orson Welles, left, photographed with English author H.G. Wells when they met in San Antonio, Texas, on Nov. 30, 1940. The pair were discussing events in Europe when this picture was taken. It will be remembered that, two years previously, a radio adaptation of H.G. Wells novel, “The War of the Worlds” was broadcast in America as though the events therein described were actually taking place, and it caused a minor panic among the Americans. (AP Photo)