PG | | Drama, Mystery
Following the death of a publishing tycoon, news reporters scramble to discover the meaning of his final utterance.
The scene with Charles Bennett and the "chorus girls" was supposed to have taken place in a brothel, but the Hays Office would not allow it. That didn't bother Orson Welles too much, as he knew the brothel setting would draw their attention away from other elements of the ... ...
Charles Foster Kane:
During the picnic, Susan clearly tightens her face muscles and turns her head before Kane slaps her.
The film's opening title card is presented in complete silence, briefly with no music.
$216,239 (USA) (5 May 1991)
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