Citizen Kane (1941)
Rosebud sled featured
Excerpts from the film's trailer and premiere are shown.
It is referenced.
Both the appearance and the voice of Charles Kane when he's older were inspired by Victor Moore as "Pa" Cooper in 'Make Way for Tomorrow'.
Orange asks several people where Armond Crane is and they all give him different answers, like the reporter who asks different people about Kane. Recreation of 'no trespassing' signs on gate shot.
"I'll claim it's Citizen Kane so long as I don't have to watch anymore of this dark unpleasantness. It'll probably please half the angry fanboys, too."
Referenced in dialogue
is often compared to Big Lebowski in terms of cinematic perfection
Spoils that Rosebud is a sled.
Ryan Ruocco reads Entertainment Weekly's 2013 list of top 10 greatest movies
Referenced in a graphic shown on "Cinema Classics"
Rosa Diaz believes that the film is terrible.
Referenced by name
Mentioned in dialogue.
"Film has Citizen Kane."
Photograph is shown.
a poster is shown.
Tori mentions that Orson Welles was twenty-five when he made "Citizen Kane"
"...unless it involves Charles Foster Kane dying."
David Hasselhoff mentions the movie by name.
News article compares Orson WElles' Oscar nominations with Allen's on "Annie Hall"
Gregg Toland, who famously collaborated with Welles on the revolutionary Citizen Kane, makes an appearance.
mentioned by Raquel
"Somewhere out there, a film student is finding out what Rosebud means for the first time."
"That wasn't exactly Citizen Kane, kid. "
Roeper calls 'The Social Network' the Citizen Kane of social networking movies
Master Oan uses this as an example of great art for Luke.
Included on Andy's whiteboard of possible items inside Dwight's treasure chest is the phrase "Rosebud-type scenario."
Referenced in dialogue
In the cinema storyline, a customer complains about a film that was "wrongly" projected in black and white. The projectionist says the film is from the 1940s, and generally considered the greatest of all time. The customer complains about the lack of action in the film, to which the Projectionist replies that he will let Orson Welles know.
DVD cover shown.
Spinelli's "Rosebud" comment
Jay mentions that Orson Welles' Oscar for the film has been sold
Plan 9 from Outer Space was referred to as the Citizen Kane of bad movies.
Mentioned in dialogue by Mac
Article on one of the newspapers: Candidate Kane caught in love nest with 'singer'.
The sleigh from this movie appears in the cargo of the airplane in FROST.
"Makes Badi look like Citizen Kane."
Stephen King discusses films he would like to watch if stuck on a deserted island
Darryl and Oscar argue about what Rosebud signifies in "Citizen Kane"
"The Citizen Kanes and Schindler's Lists..."
Snob regards its plot as one of the best ever
Yakko holds up Rosebud during the opening song.
The Snob is overjoyed to hear the name "Rosebud".
In a list of movies Mike asks Rachel if she has seen.
mentions the film in passing when hearing the term "Rosebud"
Kinsey mentions the movie.
suggests a redundant tagline
suggests an alternate title for this film
Sam Miller mentions the film after a colleague asks him what "Rosebud" means.
Referenced by Donald Trump (Darrell Hammond) in the Republican candidates' debate
Christy says "Prom" is like "Citizen Kane" for 12-year-old girls
ISIS employees suggest "Citizen Dickbag" as a new name of Sterling's film.
Photograph is shown.
Photograph is shown.
Conan refers to the ending of Citizen Kane
The title of this game references the title of this movie.
movie is reviewed
referenced by name.
James comments that King Kong is better than Citizen Kane.
The film is mentioned as having been a flop which lost RKO money.
references made to Welles and Rosebud
The frequent low angles and black & white photography is a direct homage to Welles' film
After Wrath squashed Olympic bobsledder-turned-wrestler Chip Minton, Bobby Heenan said, "So much for Rosebud."
Eva Mendes says other people list the film as their favorite
Luke lists "Citizen Kane" and "The Boondock Saints" as his favorite movies.
A poster of it hangs on the wall.
Poster is shown.
Xanadu home mentioned by DiNozzo. Rosebud sled mentioned by Ziva.
The breakfast scene, showing the breakdown of the marriage, is a direct tribute to an almost identical montage in Citizen Kane.
Kim Newman verbally compares the Burton Batman films to Citizen Kane
The Critic wishes Kazaam never existed and then subsequently ends up bashing this movie by mistake.
The Nostalgia Critic mentions that this is Roger Ebert's favorite movie.
poster seen (as Quarto Potere) in bowling alley
Tuncel Kurtiz talks about some scenes of Citizen Kane.
reference to Rosebud
Jack hopes that what Don Geiss left him in his will is a memento such as Geiss's dearly held boyhood sled
mentioned by Steven Spielberg when he presented Best Picture
Jay calls "Hot Tub Time Machine" the "Citizen Kane" of hot tub movies
Proksch's last present from prison was a miniature sled with the inscription 'Rosebud'.
Dr. Doofenshmirtz's "Doof" poster resembles the poster of Charles Foster Kane from "Citizen Kane."
Subject of a $1,000 clue in the category "Unreal Estate"
A still from this movie is seen on the wall of the "Reel Quotes" game show.
Fighter Pilot is set in 1941, and the two lead actors make references to "Citizen Kane" in mid discussion.
The succession of the 5 shots showing the evolution of the relationship are a tribute to Citizen Kane's shots showing the evolution of the marriage between Charles Foster Kane and his wife around the table
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Produce"
Subject of a $4,000 question
reference to Hefner's "Rosebud"
mentioned by Schmidt
Jeff says that Abed's film is "not exactly 'Citizen Kane.'"
santas sleigh is named Rosebud
Mentioned by characters
Brett says there is yet to be a Citizen Kane of Video Game movies
What Citizen Kane was to big media, Citizen Kate is to citizen journalism
Johnny Cage mentions his movie "Citizen Cage"
Mentioned by Sonia in the opening after she points out that the night has a theme of movies and musicals.
Steven Jay Rubin discusses Bernard Herrmann's score
Alec Baldwin poses as Charles Foster Kane in still photo shown after adbreak
Referenced by name
Frank: "I'm Charles Foster Kane W. Lynn Gettys!"
The film's title is written on Jack's blackboard when he is seen teaching a screenwriting class in prison.
When his dinner arrives, Welles announces, "I'm absolutely starving to death." Sonja later imitates him saying it. The real Welles speaks this line in KANE.
Martin Scorsese mentions title
Andy jokes that maybe "Kill me" is Bubbie's sled (which were the last words she says)
Schulz watched Citizen Kane up to 40 times
Gromit has a poster for "Citizen Canine" on his wall.
Seen on video store shelf
The sleigh the little boy is dragging at the beginning and end of the film appears to have "Rosebud" painted on it.
movie that Dave can't remember the name of
Jack said he saw this movie on TV a few days ago
mentioned in dialogue
The opening scene and end scene is an homage to this earlier movie
Mentioned by Hitchcock as the film for which Orson Welles is best known.
The style of editing and cinematography copies the style of Orson Welles in that film.
Mentioned by Christopher Nolan.
Drew's father gives away the ending.
Orson Welles says he was the genius that directed Citizen Kane/later someone tells him they love that movie
Rocko's dying vacuum cleaner says "Rosebud".
Casper is watching Citizen Kane at the beginning of "Spooks, Lies and Videotape."
references quotes from the movie
When Evan says to Seth "You're like Orson Welles", Evan compares Welles' early debut in film world to Seth's early sexual experiences. Orson Welles was 25 years old when he made his first film: "Citizen Kane".
One of the videos on the countdown mentions this title by name and "Rosebud."
When they enter the underworld one of the items that floats by is a red sled, no doubt meant to be Rosebud given the speech from Charon (the boatman) at the time.
A couple's marriage gradually deteriorates as they sit around the breakfast table.
Ari mentions it when talking to Eric
Episode title (also spoken at end of episode) based on this film title
Tom Hanks mentions this as one of the movies people would consider the greatest.
mentioned by Mel Brooks as an example of a great film
Alma mentions it. Also, many shots are referenced, including the shot of the "No Trespassing" sign.
This show has a featurette on the 50th anniversary of this movie
This film is referenced by name.
Citizen Kane II poster
Variety magazine article mentions a possible remake
3rd segment title "Citizen Kang" is named in reference to this movie.
movie being shown at movie theater
Tom: "Charles Foster Kane!"
"It makes the UnEarthly look like Citizen Kane"
Mulitple, including Rosebud ref.
Servo: "Xanadu, stately home of Charles Foster Kane."
Tom: "Rosebud! Rosebud!"
"Rosebud's in there"
Servo mentions the film.
Mr. James' favorite movie
"... and Rosebud was just a sled."
A sled with a rosebud on it is on Moe's wall in his resteraunt.
The movie on television that Meathead suggests to Gloria they stay home and watch.
there is a poster for "Citizen Caine"
(SPOILER) Chicho describes "Un dos tres" as a toy that brings people memories of their childhood and remembers how at the moment of his death the only thing the main character on Citizen Kane remebers is rosebud, the name of a toy in his childhood
This whole episode is a remake of the classic film
One of the crates in the warehouse is labeled "Rosebud."
TJ Hooker mentions movie by name
Stuart says that Carter claims this is Carter's favorite movie.
Carmela's film club talks about this film after watching it.
A large poster of Sideshow Bob references the poster of Kane in "Citizen Kane."
Bob gives his acceptance speech underneath a giant poster with a picture of himself on it
Lisa: And there's the cane from Citizen Kane. Wait, there was no cane in Citizen Kane.
When Homer gets bored in the theatre, he tears the theatre program in the same way as Joseph Cotton does in Citizen Kane. The mimic and angle is also identical.
When Max and the townspeople discuss a strategy for publishing their underground newspaper, Phrani Gupta says "Publish and be damned".
A patient's family member says that "Shaft is our Citizen Cane"
The last words uttered Samurai Psychiatrist after performing hari-kiri translate to 'Rosebud'
Mentioned by Bill Murray on Weekend Update
Opening scene referenced in 'Cidney'
Mentioned during cold opening
Mentioned in the dialogue.
It is said that Lister called his mansion Xanadu, not after the one in this film but after the hit song The Legend of Xanadu.
Lister says he's going to watch this and Rimmer's death scene is a homage to the Rosebud/snow globe scene. Similarly, Lister is curious about the meaning of his last words ("Gazpacho soup").
The guy Brian sleeps with talks about how he thinks the film is overrated.
Oprah tells the film Crash is as good as this classic
Servo: Xanadu, stately home of Charles Whitman.
Crow: "When Ed Wood saw this was like when Truffaut saw 'Citizen Kane.'"
Mike (singing): "I think owning a newspaper would be fun..."
referenced in Crow's paper
Crow: "You can't walk out on me; I'm Charles Foster Kane!"
Tom: "I wish I could see 'Citizen Kane.'"
Crow: It turns out that Rosebud was a sled.
Servo: "The underwater home of Charles Foster Kane."
Mike: "Xanadu, stately home of Charles Foster Manson"
Movie title is mentioned.
Rosebud the sled is mentioned
Rhoda makes a joke about the film related with a previous Robert Redford's obituary.
Al's last word in Kelly's "Sheos" movie is "Rosebud".
When Loveoy and Tink come across the trove of cars, first Xanadu is mentioned and then Rosebud.
The villain's idol is Charles Foster Kane.
Kolchak asks Lane-Marriot "Did you ever see Citizen Kane?"
The opening shot with the "No Trespassing" sign is an homage.
One of the movies Blowen ruined by shouting at the screen.
the sled "Rodebud" is mentioned and shown in this episode
The film is mentioned by name.
Lorelai references "Citizen Kane" while referring to the scope of her parents failed plans for her and Christopher's future.
Sookie declares the Gilmore mansion "Citizen Kane's house" as she is awed by its extravagance.
Joey coaches Jesse on how to talk about classic cinema and instructs him to say that "Citizen Kane is in a class by itself."
Richard talks about this movie in the video store
Joey and Rachel discuss Citizen Kane
Impossible Man turns himself into a sled, and says call him "Rosebud."
Peter recorded over this movie from the rental store, revealing what "Rosebud" is
Montgomery asks Doris if she'd ever seen the movie.
Title mentoined by Michael Taftner
An ice cream shop called "Citizen Kone."
the late night movie Rob turns to on TV
Title referenced by Sue Ellen.
Orson Welles uses his "Rosebud" line in a commercial for frozen peas
Orson Welles repeats his "Rosebud" line for a commercial
Duke talks about changing the line "Rosebud" to "Schwing"
Jay tells Duke that he likes the film
Mentioned by Frasier.
Bob mentions the film by name, as well as Rosebud.
During the opening song, Yakko holds up Rosebud and sings, "Citizen Kane-y!"
"Charles Foster Kane" is listed in the closing credits.
The part of the theme tune which changes each episode (rhymes with "aney") is "Citizen Kaney" in this episode, as he says it, Yakko holds up a sled with "Rosebud" written on it.
In the opening song, Yakko holds up Rosebud and sings, "Citizen Kane-y!"
In the opening song, Yakko holds up Rosebud and sings, "Citizen Kane-y."
Alternate candidate than "His Girl Friday" for best film ever, suggested by Francie
When young Pete is holding the snowglobe and utters the words "Sick Day" then proceeds to drop the snow globe which smashes on the ground. This is nearly identical to the first scene in Citizen Kane in which Charles Foster Kane (Welles) says "Rosebud."
In the "Mystery TV" level, Gex sometimes mentions Rosebud.
John Milius says that "Kwai" is in the same class as Citizen Kane.
Fictional film making shown
"Rosebud? Like in Citizen Kane?"
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
shots of snow globes falling down steps
mentioned by narrator
Mentioned in dialogue between Neil, Lucien and Jonathan.
the famous Rosebud sled appears among the valuable objects.
Referenced in dialogue as a great movie
Video case is shown.
Poster on the wall of one of the characters' house.
The main villian's last words are "Rosebud"
Curtis and Deena's tense dinner on opposite sides of a long table.
DVDs being sold in store behind Pamela
The level titles are takes on movies. One level was called Citizen Crypto.
Bean smashes all of his surroundings when hearing that the Foxes have "taken everything"
There is a poster of this film on a wall.
mentioned in dialogue
look at the title!
Somebody rents it from the video store
It is referenced.
The title of the film is a reference to Citizen Kane.
character isnspired by Kane
When beaten, a bad guy says Rosebud
The hiker's last word is "Rosebud".
It is mentioned in one scene
Mentioned in narration
The title is visible in a magazine article.
close-up of a mouth saying "Rosebud"
The radio that is playing during the game menu mentions William Randolph Heart's dislike towards the film, Citizen Kane.
Roger Ebert recites White Parasol monologue from Citizen Cane.
Will asks several people where's Jack and they give him different answers like the reporter who asks different people about Kane
From Julie Brown's "The Homecoming Queen's Got a Gun": "Oh God, this is like that movie Citizen Kane You know, where later you find out "Rosebud" was a sled"
Walt mentions this film's title when talking about the works of Orson Welles.
Song lyrics in the song P.O.D. played during the end credits
"Citizen Kane" is continously mentioned in them ovie
Opening scene where camera moves thorugh window on the roof of the museum based on window shot from Citizen Kane
When Alexander dies, he looses his beloved ring (a gift from Hephaistion), which falls down just like the bowl containing the snowy landscape reproduction falls off from the hands of Charles Foster Kane in "Citizen Kane" by director Orson Welles. Both ring and bowl were objects which the two protagonists were very fond of, as symbols of (secretly) crucial moments in their lifes.
The villain, Dr. Totenkopf's castle is shown in a photograph. The photograph is actually of Kane's castle in the film.
In the scene at the train station, Director Juenet reveals in the commentary that this shot was an homage to the scene just before the opera in Citizen Kane, when all the characters mull all over the place.
mentioned by name
When Barbossa dies and the apple falls out of his hand, there's the same angle & framing on his hand dropping the apple as in Kane's death scene (dropping the globe) at the beginning of Citizen Kane
Many camera movements are referenced, including a shot through a window.
Philip Seymour Hoffman character, after being left by his wife, turns the house upside down.
Garfield's bathroom scale mentions "Citizen Kane"
Jim Van Bebber mentions it.
Someone mentions Orson Welles and Citizen Kane
When Dr. Death dies he utters the word, "Rosebud".
A shot of The Bride lying in a coma, silhouetted against her hospital window replicates a shot from early in Citizen Kane.
Opening sequence of Woodman Building meant to resemble opening shots of Xanadu.
John Q was a working title for Citizen Kane.
porn title: Citizen Cum
Emile de Antonio mentions Citizen Kane while talking about its editor.
Dennis Hopper mentions 'Citizen Kane'.
Joseph is given a sled that says Rosebud
Gex - "All this because of Rosebud?"
burning of Rosebud the sled
In the last part of the movie, the book with the recipe of the Sonnenschein-elixir is a MacGuffin like "Rosebud" in Citizen Kane. Also, the end with the book being thrown away and lost forever references the end of Citizen Kane with "Rosebud" being destroyed in the fire.
Guybrush refers to the famous twist at the end of this movie when he tries to guess what the Secret of Monkey Island is.
Lucy and Linus have a sled named Rosebud
It is mentioned in one scene
Aside from Carver being a Kane-like media mogul, during his media event in Hamburg he annouces a "declaration of principles" like Kane himself did.
When Ernest is tied and bagged and dragged from the plane, he mumbles something about Rosebud.
One of the actors refers to this movie while talking about filming styles.
Ca. 74 minutes into the film Maggie mentions the film in conversation with Alex.
The scene and camera shot where Richard and Lady Anne are rather cold to eachother in the back seat of a car en route to the King's Summer House, is very like when Kane and his second wife are en route to the Everglades retreat.
Casper has a memory triggered by a sled, reminiscing Kane's famous "Rosebud".
The image of Freddy on the talk show waving his arms around with the spotlight behind him is a direct reference to the super-famous shot virtually identical to this in the news-room scene after the news-reel plays in Kane. The room is dark except for a single strong light which streams in from the window, and there is a shot of the reporter where the light is directly behind him and he displaces it as he movies his arms, just like in New Nightmare.
Chip says that "Blood Feast" is the "Citizen Kane" of gore movies.
As the gravy boats are being thrown at Doppler, he screams out, "Rosebud!"
It follows the same character-study structure that Citizen Kane does.
A poster of this film can be seen
"snowball" in the beginning
Referring to budget cuts, one of the characters muses, "How much do you think 'Citizen Kane' cost?"
Rosebud is shown in lab security warehouse
The plot of the film as well as its title read backwards refer to Orson Welles' masterpiece.
Maggie said "I wonder if Orson Welles dreamt of Citizen Kane."
When talking about Welles' radio broadcast of Hearts of Darkness.
Scene in which Mike Church (Kenneth Branagh) visits the elderly Gray Baker (Andy Garcia) in his nursing home strongly mimics the scene in Citizen Kane in which the reporter visits the elderly Jed Leland (Joseph Cotton) in his nursing home. Both old men ask their visitors repeately for forbidden tobacco.
Box seen in video store
Louis mentions it while he and Janine watch on TV a movie with Rita Hayworth.
reference is made to a bat from Terrence Mann's youth called Rosebud.
In the Klopek basement there is a sled with the name Rosebud - a reference to Citizen Kane
Bill Murray repeats the line from Citizen Kane: "I'll have a highball, too."
Shot of the "No Trespassing" sign is referenced.
The movie begins with a b/n documentary about the dissappear of the protagonist
Rosebud, the sled from Citizen Kane, in the junkyard sequence. The sled is visible at 30:06
There is a scene where Pheobe Cates recalls the making of her first porn film. When she begins... uh... acting, the camera pans up to two crew men up on a ladder, and one of them looks at the other and holds his nose. This is a reference to the scene in citizen kane at Susan's debut as an opera singer, and they pan up to the rafters where two lighting men have the same non-verbal exchange
"No Trespassing" sign is referenced.
There's an homage shot to this film (the camera going through a sign) (source: DVD Coppola's commentary)
Both films end with a shot of countless items in a warehouse.
Gorodish's puzzle references Susan's puzzles in "Citizen Kane."
A group of people investigates facts, places and individuals, and watches a (fake) documentary before knowing more revealing details and dark secrets about dead people (one dead person in "Citizen Kane" and four dead people in "Cannibal Holocaust").
The murderer is a great fan of this film, owning the sled "Rosebud" and using its name as the command for his dogs to kill.. The poster is on the wall and the paperweight is included.
girl doing puzzle
opening shots of the castle with one light burning and gradual zoom in
"No Trespassing" sign scene.
The old man dropping a ball in his hand in his dying gesture.
When character Jennifer Welles(!) is murdered, her cockatoo squeaks like the cockatoo in "Citizen Kane", directed by Orson Welles.
Vertical pan above the stage just before Harris's suicide attempt mirrors a shot during a Susan Alexander performance in Kane -- noted by Roger Ebert in his DVD commentary
Actor Tom Bell mentions the film and Orson Welles.
narrative technique: attempts by characters, via memories and flashbacks, to understand protagonist's life after he has passed
Near the end of the film, an Indianapolis newspaper is shown; at its left side is the column "Stage Views by Jed Leland," featuring a picture of Joseph Cotten as Leland.
Chick Johnson sees Rosebud sled
Jay mentions that the film lost Best Picture at the Oscars
Critic points out the inconsistency stemming from the very beginning, of Kane saying "Rosebud" and nobody actually hearing him.
Clips are shown
Main topic of this documentary. Clips are shown.
Clips of mistakes shown
clip shown during clapping montage
Clip of Kane uttering the word Rosebud was shown.
Ice Cube's #3 Favorite Film
The Best of the Worst segment: Best Picture
Honorable mention, clips show
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Orson Welles speaking at podium
Clips are shown.
A clip of the opening is shown in the segment about the Film Preservation Act.
clips of the film are shown as the film that made Roger a critic
Clip shown during intro: Kane on stage with his poster behind.
The Nostalgia Critic compares a scene from this film to "Surf Ninjas".
Worst Best Picture nominee.
A clip from the movie is shown.
This film is #1 on the list.
Part or all of the trailer is shown and discussed.
A fragment of this film is shown in this episode
Carmela's film club watches it and we see several scenes on screen.
Scenes used in this documentary
A clip is shown.
The quote "Rosebud." is #17 on the list.
watched at movie theater
a clip is shown
A short clip from this movie is shown
Clip is shown.
Footage of this movie is shown.
Movie that Roberto watches
This film is #1 on the list.
brief clip shown
Scenes from this film are shown.
Contains footage of the film.
Movie scene from this Movie can be seen here
Clips from Citizen Kane are featured in the film, including the scene of Charles Kane proposing a toast with Jedediah Leland.
Brief clip with Orson Welles
As the character, "Itchy" is executed by the villain, he reaches into the air in the same manner of Orson Welles and yells, "Rosebud!" as he dies.
last scene when the painting burns
Bryan Cranston's monologue song spoofs Kane's song in "Citizen Kane."
Captain Webber whispers "Nosebud!" and drops his "Kid with a Cramp" snowglobe to the water as Nosebud heads straight for him.
crazy credits: poster "Citizen Kanine"
Spoofs crane shot from stage to catwalk.
The Nameless Beast's real name is Rosebud as well as the theme of breaking snowglobes
The ghost's name, house and "Rosebud"
Extreme Close Up on dying man's last words
"You can't do this to me! I'm Charles! Montgomery! Burns!" (instead of "You can't do this to me! I'm Charles! Foster! Kane!")/Burns stands in front of a big poster of himself during his speech
After the sack race, the fanfare and the shot of the crowd gathered.
Ethan does a one-man-stage show where he spoofs the character Charles Foster Kane
Homer speaking in front of the giant poster of himself
The whole plot line is a spoof of Citizen Kane (1941)
Smithers' musical tribute to Mr. Burns is a direct parody of a similar sequence in this movie.
The "News on Parade" bit at the beginning is similar to "News on the March" from Citizen Kane.
Spoofed in 'Citizen Kane II' skit
While searching through the attic in finding clues to the past in why the bomber has a grudge against Duckman, he find a sled referencing the sled from the film.
The scene "Citizen Darling" is a spoof of "Citizen Kane"
Steve owns a manor called Stevadu just like Charles Foster Kane owns an estate called Xanadu
this features a cartoon image of Conrad Black standing in front of a giant pictures of himself just like Kane did
Contains spoof of "News on the March" newsreel
When D.E.B.S. stakeout Lucy in the beginnig the camera does a pan up the same way it's done in Citizen Kane in the theatre scene
Ozzie saying "Rosebud" when faking his death
one of the clips used in this video is "Citizen Wayne" where Johnny Wayne plays the richest Man in the world who is very unhappy
Dying monk utters "peachbud"
When Dr. Death, M.D. dies, he whispers 'Rosebud'.
Tromadu is a parody of Xanadu/Toxie says "Nose blood" and drops a snowglobe
Porn takeoff on Citizen Kane.
heavy-set Orson Welles look-alike zombie, carrying a sled
The title sequence looks like the one in Citizen Kane (1941). This has been inspired by the lead actress' name (Carol Kane).
Closeup of Prince Chawmin's lips saying "Rose bud"
Newspaper article features interview of "Citizen Sugar Kane"
in the Arctic, Olsen and Johnson walk by a sled labeled "Rosebud"