Citizen Kane (1941)

Dana and Tom celebrate their 150th episode by discussing the most widely considered Greatest Movie of All-Time, Citizen Kane (1941): written and directed by and starring Orson Welles with Joseph Cotten.Plot Summary: When the newspaper baron Charles Foster Kane (Orson Welles), one of the wealthiest and most powerful men in America, if not the world, dies, a journalist starts to dig into his past seeking the meaning of his last word: “Rosebud." As he interviews Kane's family and friends, a picture of a wealthy, idealistic, but deeply flawed and dark man appears. The stories of Jedediah Leland (Joseph Cotton), Kane’s best friend and confederate, Susan Alexander Kane (Dorothy Comingore), Kane’s second wife, and Mr. Bernstein (Everett Sloane), Kane’s friend and manager, share a complex series of stories about Kane and his life. But do they really understand Kane and the meaning of Rosebud?You can now follow us on Instagram, Twitter, or TikTok (@gmoatpodcast) or find our Facebook page at Greatest Movie of All-Time Podcast.For more on the episode, go to: the entire rankings list so far, go to:

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