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Too Much Johnson (1938) was a Short Films Film directed by Orson Welles and produced by Orson Welles, John Houseman and Richard Wilson.

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Orson Welles, Mary Wickes, and Too Much Johnson

By Brandie on Aug 7, 2013 From True Classics

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Judy Holliday's film debut.
Orson Welles shot "Too Much Johnson" as part of an experiment in using film as part of a stage production of William Gillette's farce. Unfortunately, the film was never shown publicly because, though Welles had legally arranged for the right to stage Gillette's copyrighted play, the movie rights were held by Paramount, which took out an injunction to prevent Welles from showing the film.
Joseph Cotten's first film.
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