Citizen Kane

1941

PG

117 Min

Citizen Kane

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Orson Wells was 26 when he made his first feature film Citizen Kane. The film became known as one of the greatest of all time and earned him international celebrity. The story is about the publishing business and how one thrill-seeker’s struggle for power negatively affected everybody he came in contact with and eventually lead to a merciless war.

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Released:
May 1st, 1941
Budget:
$839,727.00
Revenue:
$23,217,674.00
Country:
USA

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- In an attempt to recoup some of its losses after its initial box-office flop, RKO distributed this film in January 1942 on a double bill with The Little Foxes starring Bette Davis.More

- To keep studio execs off his back, Orson Welles claimed the cast and crew were "in rehearsal" during the first few days of shooting, when in fact they were actually shooting the film. It took…More

- Despite the enormous controversy surrounding the film, it actually passed the review of the Hays Office, the self-regulatory censorship office that set production codes in Hollywood. It's…More

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