The Pat Hobby Stories - Pat Hobby and Orson Welles Summary & Analysis

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Pat Hobby and Orson Welles Summary

Everywhere Pat Hobby goes, people are talking about Orson Welles. Pat feels threatened by this new rising star, feeling as though Orson Welles is pushing him out. Pat goes to the studio and tries to get in, but the new security guards at the gates refuse him admittance. Pat tries to sneak in with a crowd, but again he is turned away. For several days Pat tries to get in and is continuously turned away. Pat is desperate to find some work to pay off his debts with Louie. Pat blames Orson Welles for his new woes. Finally, Pat sees the head of the studio, Mr. Marcus, drive up to the gate. Pat convinces Mr. Marcus to drive him onto the studio grounds. During the ride, Pat tries to convince Mr. Marcus that Orson Welles is bad news for...

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