The Magnificent Ambersons (1942)
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.
Dennis Hopper mentions 'The Magnificent Ambersons'.
There is mention of Lianna's husband screening this film.
Cliff mentions that he, Norm and Woody thought it was a sequel to the Magnificent Seven.
mentioned as a film Joseph Cotten was in
Crow: "Take, for example, 'The Magnificent Ambersons' and its stylistic carbon copy, the 'Attack of the Puppet People.'"
Mentioned by Pauline Kael.
Movie is shown.
Orson Welles refers to the studio re-editing the film.
Tom: "The Magnificent Torkelsons"
Servo: I think this is going to become the Magnificent Ambersons.
The opening of the movie with narration and character introduction was influenced by 'The Magnificent Ambersons'.
Walt mentions this film's title when talking about the works of Orson Welles.
movie being shown at movie theater
playing at Orson Welles film festival
Welles talks about adapting The Magnificent Ambersons.
Scenes from this film are shown.
Film features excerpt
clip with staircase set used by Val Lewton in later film.