Orson Welles was known for his good looks as well as his amazing array of directing credits. He directed perhaps his most famous work, Citizen Kane, while he was still in his 20s. For the next 20 years, he delved into the entertainment industry and made some questionable career choices. This 1960 interview sees Welles discussing more than just his directorial triumphs- he also talks about the difficult times he had during his career. From the uncompleted film Don Quixote to his troubles with specific actors, he talks about some of the worst experiences of working in film as well as some of the best. While he made a few flops, his best works live on as some of the best movies ever made.