Over the course of his legendary career, Orson Welles broke new ground in both acting and directing, powering such landmark works as 'Citizen Kane' and 'Touch of Evil,' engineering the infamous 'War of the Worlds' radio broadcast and stunning theater goers with his landmark adaptation of 'Macbeth.' But now he's about to top even himself by releasing a new animated feature -- more than 25 years after his death.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, such death defying antics are possible thanks to a rare recording Welles made before his death featuring a full length narration of Robert X. Leed's self-published children's book 'Christmas Tails.' Thought lost for the past two decades, the tapes were recently rediscovered, leading Drac Studios to greenlight a live action/CG hybrid 3D feature film built around the recording.
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