Opened the IT'S ALL TRUE (1993) DVD. I liked the F FOR FAKE (1973), but I can't even begin to guess what the documentary would have looked like in the '40s. A release might have countered some of his negative reputation at the time, but would then take about the position SALUDOS AMIGOS (1942) has among Disney films.
I fired up Touch of Evil and Other Side of the Wind while I was working today. I own a DVD of the Welles cut of Touch of Evil. It's a movie that has really grown on me. Marlena Dietrich is actually kinda brilliant in it.
The Other Side of the Wind on Netflix is a worthy Welles picture. It was really far ahead of its time as a "found footage" piece. The movie within the movie stuff is a great critique of the "New Hollywood" of the 70s.
Oh, yeah, I've got the two CD set of The Alan Parsons Project "Tales of Mystery and Imagination" that includes Welles reading selections from Poe and some radio commercials. Also the version of the album that had selections of his readings added to the mix. Although I prefer the version became familiar with, the commercials always make me smile.