Peter Bogdonovitch: ...And did you use the Time announcer, Westbrook Van Voorhees, for Kane?
Orson Welles: Oh, no - that was William Alland, who imitated him. Great imitation, but he's pretty easy to imitate [doing it]: "This week, as it must to all men - death came to Charles Foster Kane." We used to do that every day, five days a week! And of course, there was a lot of "it must to all men" every week, and I used to play all these people.