Who knows how it will fare in thirty years? — Orson Welles, 1983, on Citizen Kane. Joe was depositing a $300 check at the bank the other day and the 20-something teller asked “anything else?” When he said no, she […]
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Tag: Did “Citizen Kane” win an Oscar?
We all agree, we think, that it’s a masterpiece. There aren’t many movies of any age than have commanded as much commentary and printer’s ink was Orson Welles’ signature 1941 film Citizen Kane. Sure, some may say that the same director’s The Magnificent Ambersons, made a year later, is better. But we believe classic movie fans by […]