In May 1937, <strong>Orson Welles met Ernest Hemingway</strong>, who accused him of being gay. They swung at each other, then became drinking buddies

In May 1937, Orson Welles met Ernest Hemingway, who accused him of being gay. They swung at each other, then became drinking
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In May 1937, Orson Welles met Ernest Hemingway, who accused him of being gay. They swung at each other, then became drinking buddies

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