Nathaniel C. Almirall
Honors in English: All’s Well That Ends Welles: The Character of Falstaff in Chimes at Midnight
‘All’s Well That Ends Welles’ is an analysis of Orson Welles’ interpretation of Sir John Falstaff in the 1967 film ‘Chimes at Midnight.’ The paper not only analyzes Welles’ vision for the character of Falstaff, the influence of his previous films on that vision and the influence of that vision, but also the character of Falstaff himself.