The Storyline of Citizen Kane 1941
Citizen Kane 1941 Movie Refers to A group of reporters was attempting to translate Charles Foster Kane’s last words, “Rosebud,” the millionaire newspaper magnate. The film opens with a newsreel that details Kane’s life for the general public, followed by memories from Kane’s life. The audiences see a display of a fascinating man’s rise to fame and how he finally collapsed as the reporters dig more.
|Runtime||1 hr 59 min (119 min)|
|Sound Mix||Mono (RCA Sound System)|
|Color||Black and White|
|Aspect Ratio||1.37: 1|
|Camera||Mitchell BNC, Cooke Speed Panchro, and Astro-Berlin Pan Tachar Lenses|
|Film Length||3,271.72 m (13 reels)|
|Negative Format||35 mm (Eastman Plus-X 1231, Super-XX 1232)|
|Printed Film Format||35 mm (Eastman 1301, 1302)|
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