It is Kane's death that begins the story, sending a reporter (William Alland) to interview the closest associates of the multimillionaire and media tycoon in order to write a eulogy. Orson Welles stars as Citizen Kane, as well as acting as writer and director. This groundbreaking classic is considered one of the greatest films of all time.
|Theatrical Release||May 1, 1941|
|Cast||Orson Welles, Agnes Moorehead|
|2011 Warner Brothers Pictures|
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