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            Citizen Kane (1941)

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            Following the death of publishing tycoon, Charles Foster Kane, reporters scramble to uncover the meaning of his final utterance; 'Rosebud'.

            Director:

            Orson Welles

            Writers:

            Herman J. Mankiewicz (original screen play), Orson Welles (original screen play)
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            Top Rated Movies #92 | Won 1 Oscar. Another 9 wins & 13 nominations. See more awards »

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            Cast

            Cast overview, first billed only:
            Joseph Cotten ... Jedediah Leland / Screening Room Reporter
            Dorothy Comingore ... Susan Alexander Kane
            Agnes Moorehead ... Mary Kane
            Ruth Warrick ... Emily Monroe Norton Kane
            Ray Collins ... James W. Gettys
            Erskine Sanford ... Herbert Carter / Screening Room Reporter
            Everett Sloane ... Mr. Bernstein
            William Alland William Alland ... Jerry Thompson
            Paul Stewart ... Raymond
            George Coulouris ... Walter Parks Thatcher
            Fortunio Bonanova ... Matiste
            Gus Schilling ... The Headwaiter / Screening Room Reporter
            Philip Van Zandt ... Mr. Rawlston
            Georgia Backus ... Miss Anderson
            Harry Shannon ... Kane's Father
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            Storyline

            A group of reporters are trying to decipher the last word ever spoken by Charles Foster Kane, the millionaire newspaper tycoon: "Rosebud". The film begins with a news reel detailing Kane's life for the masses, and then from there, we are shown flashbacks from Kane's life. As the reporters investigate further, the viewers see a display of a fascinating man's rise to fame, and how he eventually fell off the top of the world. Written by Zack H.

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            Taglines:

            Radio's Most Dynamic Artist . . The Man At Whose Voice A Nation Trembled . . . Now the screen's most exciting NEW star ! ORSON WELLES in the picture Hollywood said he'd never make See more »

            Genres:

            Drama | Mystery

            Certificate:

            PG | See all certifications »

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            Country:

            USA

            Language:

            English | Italian

            Release Date:

            5 September 1941 (USA) See more »

            Also Known As:

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            Filming Locations:

            California, USA See more »

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            Box Office

            Budget:

            $839,727 (estimated)

            Gross USA:

            $1,585,634

            Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

            $1,594,107
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            Sound Mix:

            Mono (RCA Sound System)

            Aspect Ratio:

            1.37 : 1
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            The special contact lenses used to make Orson Welles look elderly proved very painful, and a doctor was employed to place them into Welles's eyes. Welles had difficulty seeing clearly while wearing them, which caused him to badly cut his wrist when shooting the scene in which Kane breaks up the furniture in Susan's bedroom. See more »

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            The large sofa (with a table behind) moves between the shot where Kane sits down in the armchair (while Susan does another puzzle), and the cut to Kane's POV. The sofa and table move almost into the line of sight between Kane and Susan between shots. See more »

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            [first lines]
            Charles Foster Kane: Rosebud...
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            In a very rare move the director's credit is shown on the same card as the cinematographer's. This was Orson Welles's personal decision to show his thanks to cinematographer Toland for his enormous contributions to the film, meaning equal rights. See more »

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            CITIZEN KANE may let some people down, but it's still worth seeing.
            2 May 2004 | by CowmanSee all my reviews

            It's a difficult undertaking for someone of my generation to watch a film like CITIZEN KANE. Not because it's "too old" or "too boring", but because it has been hailed--almost universally--as the single best motion picture ever made. And while the anticipation of seeing a film with such overwhelming acclaim may be quite exhilarating, actually watching it is ultimately an intimidating and somewhat disappointing experience.

            This isn't to say that I thought CITIZEN KANE was a bad film; in fact, I thought everything about it was downright brilliant. From the enchanting performances right down to the meticulously planned camera movements and clever lighting tricks, there isn't a single element of CITIZEN KANE that isn't a stunning achievement in all areas of filmmaking.

            CITIZEN KANE's storyline is deceptively simple. Even though the plot unfolds by jumping in and out of nonlinear flashbacks, it is surprisingly easy to keep track of. The straightforwardness and relatively fast pace of the story are what make it seem intimidating. Because everything moves smoothly along without any standstill, it feels like we are being fooled-like there is something much greater that we just can't seem to grasp. As a first-time viewer, I knew from its reputation that there must be *something* that separates this movie from all the others; something buried within its simple plotline that everybody else has seen, but that I just could not seem to get a handle on. And then, during those final frames, that something was revealed, and it all began to make sense. To me, it was these moments of confusion and uncertainty followed by a sense of enlightenment and appreciation that made watching CITIZEN KANE such a meaningful experience.

            But no matter how great of a movie CITIZEN KANE really is, it can never live up to one's expectations. Although I do feel that it is deserving of its acclamation, the constant exposure to its six decades worth of hype and praise will invariably set most modern viewers' standards at a height that is virtually unreachable--even if it really *is* the best movie of all time.


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