An excerpt from the new book My Lunches with Orson: Conversations Between Henry Jaglom and Orson Welles, edited by Peter Biskind:
Welles: I believe that it is not true that different races and nations are alike. I’m profoundly convinced that that’s a total lie. I think people are different. Sardinians, for example, have stubby little fingers. Bosnians have short necks.
Jaglom: Orson, that’s ridiculous.
Welles: Measure them. Measure them!