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Movie Facts

Status: Released

Runtime: 119

Budget: $839,727

Revenue: $23,217,674

Language: en

Webpage: -

Release Info

  •  NR

  • 1941-04-30

  • 1942-01-24

  • 1946-07-02

  • 1962-06-29

Plot Keywords

Alternative Titles

  • Aranypolgár
  • Obywatel Kane
  • 大國民
  • Citizen Kane
  • Гражданин Кейн
  • Ciudadano Kane
  • El ciudadano
  • Obcan Kane
  • Cidadão Kane
Content Score: 100


7.4/10 (206 votes)


Orson Welles 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. Multimillionaire newspaper tycoon Charles Foster Kane dies alone in his extravagant mansion, Xanadu, speaking a single word: "Rosebud". A reporter tracks down the people who worked and lived with Kane, hearing their stories as they attempt to unlock the riddle of his dying breath.


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Director: Orson Welles
Writers: , , , ,

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Orson Welles

Orson Welles
as Charles Foster Kane

William Alland

William Alland
as Jerry Thompson

Joseph Cotten

Joseph Cotten
as Jedediah Leland

Agnes Moorehead

Agnes Moorehead
as Mutter

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A review by Gurre

"The Greatest Movie of All Time!" That's the general opinion of this movie, and I agree that it is a great movie, but I have seen better movies.

The story of Citizen Kane is simple, a newspaper tycoon named Charles Foster Kane (Orson Welles) dies, and his last word is "Rosebud". No one knows what it means, and a reporter starts interviewing people Kane knew, to see if they know the meaning of "Rosebud". Through flash-backs we get to see Kane's life.

Now, as I said, I don't agree that it's the greatest movie of all time, however it's great. I love this movie. It's a daring and controversi... read the rest.

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