Since a weekend houseguest made us feel guilty and shallow by brandishing a copy of Simon Callow's Hello Americans — the recently released second volume in Callow's three-tome bio-epic of Orson Welles — we can only respond by unearthing and replaying the above. It's a long-debauched Orson Welles drunkenly slurring his way through a few takes on the Paul Masson wine commercials from the 1970s. Though he does slur and his intonation is bizarre (particularly the initial "Mwwwaaaaaah" gasp of surprise and delight), Welles still gets his lines right, at least. Guy was a pro to the end.