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Citizen Kane ()


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Following the death of a publishing tycoon, news reporters scramble to discover the meaning of his final utterance.

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  • Won 1 Oscar. Another 9 wins & 13 nominations.
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Jedediah Leland / Screening Room Reporter
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Susan Alexander Kane
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Mary Kane
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Emily Monroe Norton Kane
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James W. Gettys
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Herbert Carter / Screening Room Reporter
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Mr. Bernstein
William Alland ...
Jerry Thompson
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Raymond
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Walter Parks Thatcher
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Matiste
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The Headwaiter / Screening Room Reporter
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Mr. Rawlston
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Miss Anderson
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Kane's Father
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Kane III
Buddy Swan ...
Kane - Age Eight
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Kane
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Don Ackerman ...
Man at Party in Everglades (uncredited)
Loretta Agar ...
Dancing Girl (uncredited)
Demetrius Alexis ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Peter Allen ...
Man in Senate Investigating Committee (uncredited)
William Alston ...
Man at Xanadu Great Hall (uncredited)
Baudelio Alva ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
T. Lockwood Arbright ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
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Man at Boat Dock (uncredited)
Michael Audley ...
Man in Projection Room (uncredited)
Walter Bacon ...
City Room Employee (uncredited)
Harry A. Bailey ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Richard Barr ...
Hillman (uncredited)
Alva Baudena ...
Man in Newsreel (uncredited)
Charles Bennett ...
Entertainer (uncredited)
Joan Blair ...
Georgia (uncredited)
Danny Borzage ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Robert Brent ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
James Brought ...
Man in Newsreel (uncredited)
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Servant (uncredited)
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Wedding Guest (uncredited)
William Calkins ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Porter Chase ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Gene Chervow ...
Man in Newsreel (uncredited)
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Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Dorothy Cleveland ...
Woman in Front of Chronicle Building (uncredited)
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Inquirer Reporter (uncredited)
Eddie Coke ...
Reporter (uncredited)
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Pianist in 'El Rancho' (uncredited)
Tom Coleman ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
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Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Sally Corner ...
Woman at Boat Deck (uncredited)
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Gino (uncredited)
Herbert Corthell ...
City Editor (uncredited)
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Extra (uncredited)
Irene Crosby ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Charles Cross ...
Man at Opera (uncredited)
Thomas A. Curran ...
Teddy Roosevelt (uncredited)
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Reporter at Xanadu (uncredited)
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Boss Printer (uncredited)
Ed Dahlen ...
Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)
Ernie Daniels ...
Hireling (uncredited)
Coy Danz ...
Nurse on Hospital Roof (uncredited)
Margaret Davis ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Tim Davis ...
Copy Boy (uncredited)
Donna Dax ...
House Maid (uncredited)
Marie Day ...
(uncredited)
Petra R. de Silva ...
Newswoman (uncredited)
Gayle DeCamp ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Frances Deets ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Carl Deloro ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
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Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)
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Man in Projection Room (uncredited)
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Ward Heeler (uncredited)
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Photographer (uncredited)
Lou Duello ...
Man at Opera (uncredited)
Suzanne Dulier ...
French Maid (uncredited)
Art Dupuis ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Pauline Easterday ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Al Eben ...
Solly (uncredited)
Johnny Eckert ...
Car-Driver (uncredited)
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Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Carl Ekberg ...
Adolf Hitler (uncredited)
Richard Elmore ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Edith Evanson ...
Leland's Nurse (uncredited)
Carl Faulkner ...
Hermann Goring (uncredited)
Juanita Fields ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Jack Floyd ...
Hireling (uncredited)
Ray Flynn ...
City Room Employee (uncredited)
Monty Ford ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Jean Forward ...
Opera Singer (uncredited)
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Expressman (uncredited)
Louise Franklin ...
Susan's Maid (uncredited)
Al Frazier ...
Gorilla Man (uncredited)
Guy Gada ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Gloria Gale ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Captain Garcia ...
General in News on the March (uncredited)
Jack Gargan ...
Man at Xanadu Great Hall (uncredited)
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Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Bob Gladman ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
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Nurse (uncredited)
Jerry Gordon ...
Dancer (uncredited)
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Guest (uncredited)
Jimmy Grant ...
Man at Party in Everglades (uncredited)
Jesse Graves ...
Joseph (uncredited)
Ernest Grooney ...
Man on Hospital Roof (uncredited)
Jack Gwynne ...
Man on Hospital Roof (uncredited)
Robert Haines ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Frank Haney ...
City Room Employee (uncredited)
Harry Harris ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Sam Harris ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Lew Harvey ...
Newspaper Man (uncredited)
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Best Man at Wedding (uncredited)
Edward L. Hemmer ...
(uncredited)
Cliff Herd ...
Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)
Bryan 'Slim' Hightower ...
Fish Driver (uncredited)
Harlan Hoagland ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
John Huettner ...
Man at Xanadu Great Hall (uncredited)
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Politician (uncredited)
Jack Itay ...
Man at Madison Square Garden (uncredited)
Jack Jahries ...
Man in Newsreel (uncredited)
Walter James ...
Ward Heeler (uncredited)
George W. Jimenez ...
Waiter at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Clayton Jones ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Edna Mae Jones ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Harry Jones ...
Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)
Alexander Julian ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
William Kane ...
Man on Hospital Roof (uncredited)
Arthur Kay ...
Orchestra Leader (uncredited)
Ivy Keene ...
Car-Driver / Woman in Loggia Scene (uncredited)
E. Kerry ...
Person in Front of Chronicle Building (uncredited)
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Reporter at Wedding (uncredited)
Laura Knight ...
Dancer (uncredited)
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Pipe-smoking Reporter (uncredited)
Mike Lally ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Carmen Laroux ...
Maid in Xanadu Hall (uncredited)
Perc Launders ...
Man in Projection Room (uncredited)
Walter Lawrence ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Bob Lawson ...
City Room Employee (uncredited)
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Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)
David Ledner ...
Man in Newsreel (uncredited)
Adam Linke ...
Druggist (uncredited)
J.D. Lockhart ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Mary Lorraine ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Ellen Lowe ...
Ms. Townsend (uncredited)
Ludwig Lowry ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Buck Mack ...
Reporter at Boat Deck (uncredited)
James T. Mack ...
Prompter (uncredited)
Evelyn Mackert ...
Woman at Boat Dock (uncredited)
Teddy Mangean ...
Man on Roof (uncredited)
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Newspaperman (uncredited)
Jack Manolas ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Joe Manz ...
Jennings (uncredited)
Loretta Marsh ...
Dancer (uncredited)
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Newsboy (uncredited)
Clyde McAtee ...
Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)
Major McBride ...
Shadowgraph Man (uncredited)
Lee McCluskey ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
John McCormack ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
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(uncredited)
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Civic Leader (uncredited)
Hercules Mendez ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Jim Merritt ...
Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)
Buddy Messinger ...
Man at Boat Dock (uncredited)
E.G. Miller ...
Neville Chamberlain / Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)
Irving Mitchell ...
Dr. Corey (uncredited)
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Man at Xanadu Great Hall (uncredited)
Philip Morris ...
Politician (uncredited)
Jack Morton ...
Butler (uncredited)
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Reporter (uncredited)
Frances E. Neal ...
Ethel (uncredited)
Lillian Nicholson ...
Woman at Opera (uncredited)
Leda Nicova ...
Dancer (uncredited)
George Noisom ...
Copy Boy (uncredited)
Joseph North ...
Secretary (uncredited)
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Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Field Norton ...
Opera Spectator (uncredited)
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Secretary (uncredited)
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Reporter (uncredited)
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Man at Madison Square Garden (uncredited)
Paddy O'Flynn ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ...
Woman in Front of Chronicle Building (uncredited)
Edward Peil Jr. ...
Civic Leader (uncredited)
Gerald Pierce ...
Copy Boy Delivering Message in Chicago Hotel Room (uncredited)
Thomas Pogue ...
Man (uncredited)
Russ Powell ...
Man at Madison Square Garden (uncredited)
J.R. Ralston ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Terrance Ray ...
Man at Boat Dock / Man at Madison Square Garden (uncredited)
Jack Raymond ...
Stagehand (uncredited)
William Reed ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Guy Repp ...
Reporter (uncredited)
Jolane Reynolds ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Sam Rice ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Verne Richards ...
City Room Employee (uncredited)
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Dancer (uncredited)
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Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)
Myrtle Rishell ...
Big Governess (uncredited)
Jack Robbins ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Don Roberts ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
George Rogers ...
Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)
Victor Romito ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
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Smather (uncredited)
Shimen Ruskin ...
Hireling (uncredited)
Edward Ryan ...
Man in Inquirer City Room (uncredited)
Jack Ryan ...
Man at Madison Square Garden (uncredited)
Robert Samven ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
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Reporter at Xanadu (uncredited)
Jack Santoro ...
Man at Xanadu Great Hall (uncredited)
Francis Sayles ...
Politician (uncredited)
Dick Scott ...
Opera Spectator (uncredited)
Ruth Seeley ...
Dancer (uncredited)
George Sherwood ...
Hireling (uncredited)
Brent Shugar ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Bruce Sidney ...
Newsman (uncredited)
Guy Smith ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Roy Smith ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Vince Speaker ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
George Sperry ...
City Room Employee (uncredited)
Sam Steele ...
Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)
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Reporter (uncredited)
Ralph Stein ...
Hireling (uncredited)
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Man at Madison Square Garden (uncredited)
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Senate Investigator (uncredited)
Dimas Sutteno ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Jack Taylor ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Norman Taylor ...
Man in Senate Investigating Committee (uncredited)
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Man in Newsreel (uncredited)
Karl Thomas ...
Jetsam (uncredited)
Robert B. Tobin ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
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Interviewer in 1935 Newsreel (uncredited)
Kathryn Trosper ...
Reporter at Xanadu (uncredited)
Fred Trowbridge ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Glen Turnbull ...
Flotsam (uncredited)
Gohr Van Vleck ...
Stagehand (uncredited)
Harry J. Vejar ...
Portuguese Laborer (uncredited)
Tim Wallace ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Ken Weaver ...
Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)
Charles West ...
Stage Manager (uncredited)
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Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Patrick Whitney ...
Reporter (uncredited)
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Reporter at Xanadu (uncredited)
Bill Wilkens ...
Man on Roof (uncredited)
Larry Williams ...
Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)
Tudor Williams ...
Chorus Master (uncredited)
Richard Wilson ...
Reporter (uncredited)
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Dancer (uncredited)
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Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)
Vera Winters ...
Woman in Projection Room (uncredited)
Arthur Yeoman ...
Speaker (uncredited)
Louis Young ...
Newsreel Man (uncredited)

Directed by

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Orson Welles

Written by

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Herman J. Mankiewicz ... (original screen play) &
Orson Welles ... (original screen play)
 
John Houseman ... (contributing writer) (uncredited)
 
Roger Q. Denny ... (contributing writer) (uncredited)
 
Mollie Kent ... (contributing writer) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Orson Welles ... production
George Schaefer ... executive producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Bernard Herrmann

Cinematography by

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Gregg Toland ... (photography)

Film Editing by

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Robert Wise

Editorial Department

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George Cave ... color timer (uncredited)
John Houseman ... editorial supervisor (uncredited)
Mark Robson ... assistant editor (uncredited)
I.J. Wilkinson ... negative cutter (uncredited)

Casting By

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Rufus Le Maire ... (uncredited)
Robert Palmer ... (uncredited)

Art Direction by

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Van Nest Polglase

Set Decoration by

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Darrell Silvera ... (uncredited)

Costume Design by

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Edward Stevenson ... (costumes)

Makeup Department

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Mel Berns ... makeup supervisor (uncredited)
Layne Britton ... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
Maurice Seiderman ... makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Pandro S. Berman ... executive in charge of production (uncredited)
J.R. Crone ... production manager (uncredited)
Lee S. Marcus ... post-production supervisor (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Edward Donahue ... first assistant director (uncredited)
Fred Fleck ... second assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Perry Ferguson ... associate art director
Allan Abbott ... sketches and graphics (uncredited)
Harold Barry ... construction coordinator (uncredited)
Chesley Bonestell ... background painter (uncredited)
Hilyard M. Brown ... assistant art director (uncredited)
Ross Dowd ... art department assistant (uncredited)
A. Roland Fields ... set dresser (uncredited)
Claude Gillingwater Jr. ... sketches and graphics (uncredited)
Holt D. Lindslay ... paint foreman (uncredited)
John B. Mansbridge ... draftsman (uncredited)
Charles Ohmann ... principal sketch artist (uncredited)
Tom Peer ... drapery (uncredited)
Van Nest Polglase ... art department coordinator (uncredited)
Albert M. Pyke ... sketches and graphics (uncredited)
Charles Sayers ... property master (uncredited)
F.T. Thompson ... propmaker foreman (uncredited)
W.A. Wilde ... production buyer (uncredited)
D.E. Wise ... greensman (uncredited)
J.B. Zokovich ... plasterer (uncredited)
Maurice Zuberano ... sketches and graphics (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Bailey Fesler ... recording
James G. Stewart ... recording
John Aalberg ... sound supervisor (uncredited)
Harry Essman ... special sound effects (uncredited)
John C. Grubb ... sound tester (uncredited)
Terry Kellum ... sound recordist (uncredited)
T. Kilburn ... sound tester (uncredited)
Hugh McDowell Jr. ... recordist (uncredited)
Earl B. Mounce ... sound tester (uncredited)
Louis Page ... sound department (uncredited)
Clem Portman ... sound re-recordist (uncredited)
James Thompson ... boom operator (uncredited)
John E. Tribby ... sound tester (uncredited)
Edward Ullman ... sound recordist (uncredited)
Truman K. Wood ... sound effects editor (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Vernon L. Walker ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Russell A. Cully ... visual effects cinematographer (uncredited)
Linwood G. Dunn ... optical effects (uncredited)
Fitch Fulton ... matte painter (uncredited)
Mario Larrinaga ... matte painter (uncredited)
Bill Leeds ... optical printer (uncredited)
Pete Love ... optical printer (uncredited)
Douglas Travers ... montage effects (uncredited)

Stunts

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Tom Steele ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Ernest Bachrach ... still photographer (uncredited)
Russell A. Cully ... photographer: additional scenes (uncredited)
William Eglinton ... camera department head (uncredited)
Eddie Garvin ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Ralph Hoge ... grip (uncredited)
Vic Jones ... gaffer (uncredited)
Alexander Kahle ... still photographer (uncredited)
Russell Metty ... photographer: early tests (uncredited)
Earl Miller ... electrician (uncredited)
Bert Shipman ... camera operator (uncredited)
Phil Stern ... still photographer (uncredited)
Charles Straumer ... camera operator (uncredited)
Harry J. Wild ... additional photographer (uncredited)
Harry L. Wolf ... camera department (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Claire Cramer ... wardrobe department (uncredited)
Earl Leas ... wardrobe: man (uncredited)
Margaret Van Horn ... wardrobe: woman (uncredited)

Location Management

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Louis Shapiro ... location manager (uncredited)

Music Department

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Bernard Herrmann ... music conducted by
Ralph Bekher ... music editor (uncredited)
Dave Dreyer ... music department (uncredited)
Bernard Herrmann ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Mischa Violin ... music copyist (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Elroy G. Cline ... transportation coordinator (uncredited)
Jack Rubens ... picture vehicles coordinator (uncredited)

Other crew

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Rita Alexander ... secretary (uncredited)
William Alland ... assistant: Mr. Welles (uncredited)
Vicki Anderson ... stand-in: Dorothy Comingore (uncredited)
Arthur Appell ... dance director (uncredited)
John Barada ... stage manager (uncredited)
Richard Barr ... assistant: Mr. Welles (uncredited)
Leda Bauer ... script reader: New York (uncredited)
Howard Benedict ... unit publicist (uncredited)
L. Bessinger ... script reader: Hollywood (uncredited)
Elmore Draper Blake ... layout man: newspapers (uncredited)
Phoebe Campbell ... stand-in (uncredited)
Bob Crosby ... dance double: Orson Welles (uncredited)
H.G. Cunningham ... machine shop foreman (uncredited)
Alex Davidoff ... translator: Russian newspapers (uncredited)
Sid Davis ... stand-in: Mr. Welles (uncredited)
Herbert Drake ... publicist: Mercury Theatre (uncredited)
H. Emolieff ... film export manager (uncredited)
Jean Forward ... adr voice (uncredited)
Miriam Geiger ... production advisor (uncredited)
Winifred Hablam ... production secretary (uncredited)
John Hamilton ... production insurance (uncredited)
Ross Hastings ... legal advisor (uncredited)
George Havens ... stand-in (uncredited)
Charles Hayes ... stand-in: Orson Welles (uncredited)
Molly Herman ... pre-production assistant: Mr. Welles (uncredited)
G.B. Hobe ... production accountant (uncredited)
John Houseman ... assistant: Mr. Welles (uncredited)
John Huettner ... stand-in: Orson Welles (uncredited)
Roberta Johnson ... stand-in (uncredited)
Ivy Keene ... stand-in (uncredited)
Amalia Kent ... script supervisor (uncredited)
William Knutson ... stand-in (uncredited)
Perc Launders ... stand-in (uncredited)
Rufus Le Maire ... talent coordinator: Los Angeles (uncredited)
C. Margotis ... translator: Greek newspapers (uncredited)
S. Barret McCormick ... press representative (uncredited)
J.B. McDonough ... business manager (uncredited)
Elizabeth McGaffey ... researcher (uncredited)
Ivy R. McLean ... public relations: RKO Radio Pictures (uncredited)
Russell Metty ... special consultant (uncredited)
James Moore ... talent coordinator (uncredited)
Howard Nelson ... maintenance (uncredited)
J.J. Nolan ... production coordinator (uncredited)
Marie Osborne ... stand-in (uncredited)
Roy S. Otto ... projectionist (uncredited)
Fleta Preston ... secretary (uncredited)
Ernest Reyer ... opera designer (uncredited)
Sid Rogell ... backlot manager (uncredited) / production executive (uncredited)
Ann Rogers ... secretary: Mr. Welles (uncredited)
Ed Ryan ... stand-in (uncredited)
H. Schilling ... production accountant (uncredited)
Ed Sojin Jr. ... translator: Chinese newspapers (uncredited)
Katherine Stanley ... stand-in (uncredited)
Ralph Stein ... stand-in (uncredited)
Jack Swain ... laboratory technician (uncredited)
Kathryn Trosper ... secretary (uncredited)
Blanche Walters ... pre-production secretary (uncredited)
Arthur Willy ... talent director: New York (uncredited)
Richard Wilson ... assistant: Mr. Welles (uncredited)
H. Winnicar ... studio teacher (uncredited)
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

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 »
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Also Known As
  • John Citizen, U.S.A. (United States)
  • American (United States)
  • Ciutadà Kane (Spain, Catalan title)
  • Ciudadano Kane (Spain)
  • O politis Kane (Greece)
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Runtime
  • 119 min
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Box Office

Budget $839,727 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $216,239, 05 May 1991

Did You Know?

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Trivia William Randolph Hearst was so angered by the film that he accused Orson Welles of being a Communist in order to keep the film from being released. See more »
Goofs During the picnic scene towards the end, Welles had to shoot against a back-projection because a location shoot was too costly and time-consuming. The stock footage used for the exterior was taken from King Kong (1933), hence on closer inspection the four birds that fly by are in fact very definite pterodactyls. RKO told Welles to take the pterodactyls out of the shot, but he liked them, and decided to keep them. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Final Cut: Ladies and Gentlemen (2012). See more »
Soundtracks It Can't Be Love See more »
Crazy Credits 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 »
Quotes Mr. Bernstein: A fellow will remember a lot of things you wouldn't think he'd remember. You take me. One day, back in 1896, I was crossing over to Jersey on the ferry, and as we pulled out, there was another ferry pulling in, and on it there was a girl waiting to get off. A white dress she had on. She was carrying a white parasol. I only saw her for one second. She didn't see me at all, but I'll bet a month hasn't gone by since that I haven't thought of that girl.
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