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Citizen Kane

Title
Citizen Kane (2022)
Citizen Kane
Year
2022
Catalog
Genre
IMDB
Rating
8.1 from 10 with total 3362 votes
Premiere
1941-04-17
Runtime
119 minutes
Description
Newspaper magnate, Charles Foster Kane is taken from his mother as a boy and made the ward of a rich industrialist. As a result, every well-meaning, tyrannical or self-destructive move he makes for the rest of his life appears in some way to be a reaction to that deeply wounding event.
Cast

Orson Welles character Charles Foster Kane

Joseph Cotten character Jedediah Leland

Dorothy Comingore character Susan Alexander Kane

Ray Collins character Jim W. Gettys

George Coulouris character Walter Parks Thatcher

Agnes Moorehead character Mary Kane

Paul Stewart character Raymond

Ruth Warrick character Emily Norton Kane

Erskine Sanford character Herbert Carter

William Alland character Jerry Thompson/Narrator

Everett Sloane character Mr. Bernstein

Fortunio Bonanova character Signor Matiste

Gus Schilling character John

Philip Van Zandt character Mr. Rawlston

Georgia Backus character Bertha Anderson

Harry Shannon character Jim Kane

Sonny Bupp character Charles Foster Kane III

Buddy Swan character Young Charles Foster Kane

Gregg Toland character Interviewer

Don Ackerman character Man at Party in Everglades (uncredited)

Nat King Cole character Pianist in 'El Rancho' (uncredited)

Gino Corrado character Gino (uncredited)

Maurice Costello character Extra (uncredited)

Demetrius Alexis character Newsreel Man (uncredited)

Gene Coogan character Newsreel Man (uncredited)

Art Dupuis character Newsreel Man (uncredited)

Rudy Germane character Newsreel Man (uncredited)

Mike Lally character Newsreel Man (uncredited)

Walter Lawrence character Newsreel Man (uncredited)

John Northpole character Newsreel Man (uncredited)

Victor Romito character Newsreel Man (uncredited)

Bob Terry character Newsreel Man (uncredited)

William Alston character Man at Xanadu Great Hall (uncredited)

Jack Gargan character Man at Xanadu Great Hall (uncredited)

Bert Moorhouse character Man at Xanadu Great Hall (uncredited)

Carmen Laroux character Maid in Xanadu Hall (uncredited)

Sam Ash character Man at Boat Dock (uncredited)

Buddy Messinger character Man at Boat Dock (uncredited)

Terrance Ray character Man at Boat Dock (uncredited)

Sally Corner character Woman at Boat Dock (uncredited)

Walter Bacon character City Room Employee (uncredited)

Herbert Corthell character City Editor (uncredited)

Harry A. Bailey character Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)

Danny Borzage character Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)

J.J. Clark character Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)

Tom Coleman character Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)

Carl Deloro character Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)

Jack Egan character Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)

Robert Haines character Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)

Ludwig Lowry character Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)

John McCormack character Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)

Hercules Mendez character Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)

Paddy O'Flynn character Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)

Sam Rice character Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)

Don Roberts character Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)

Larry Wheat character Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)

Larry Williams character Man Singing at Inquirer Party (uncredited)

Joan Blair character Georgia (uncredited)

Morgan Brown character Servant (uncredited)

Harry Burkhardt character Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Edmund Cobb character Inquirer Reporter (uncredited)

Eddie Coke character Reporter (uncredited)

Louis Natheaux character Reporter (uncredited)

Arthur O'Connell character Reporter (uncredited)

Guy Repp character Reporter (uncredited)

Tom Steele character Reporter (uncredited)

Richard Wilson character Reporter (uncredited)

Louise Currie character Reporter at Xanadu (uncredited)

Walter Sande character Reporter at Xanadu (uncredited)

Jan Wiley character Reporter at Xanadu (uncredited)

Milton Kibbee character Reporter at Wedding (uncredited)

Buck Mack character Reporter at Boat Deck (uncredited)

Alan Ladd character Reporter Smoking Pipe at End (uncredited)

Thomas A. Curran character Teddy Roosevelt (uncredited)

Jack Curtis character Boss Printer (uncredited)

George Noisom character Copy Boy (uncredited)

Gerald Pierce character Copy Boy Delivering Message in Chicago Hotel Room (uncredited)

Donna Dax character House Maid (uncredited)

George DeNormand character Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)

Bud Geary character Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)

Bert LeBaron character Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)

Clyde McAtee character Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)

Cyril Ring character Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)

Roland Winters character Newspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited)

Lew Harvey character Newspaperman (uncredited)

Herman J. Mankiewicz character Newspaperman (uncredited)

Eddie Dew character Man in Projection Room (uncredited)

Perc Launders character Man in Projection Room (uncredited)

John Dilson character Ward Heeler (uncredited)

Walter James character Ward Heeler (uncredited)

Robert Dudley character Photographer (uncredited)

Suzanne Dulier character French Maid (uncredited)

Al Eben character Solly (uncredited)

Johnny Eckert character Car-Driver (uncredited)

Carl Ekberg character Adolf Hitler (uncredited)

Edith Evanson character Leland's Nurse (uncredited)

Carl Faulkner character Hermann Goring (uncredited)

Juanita Fields character Dancer (uncredited)

Edna Mae Jones character Dancer (uncredited)

Leda Nicova character Dancer (uncredited)

Jolane Reynolds character Dancer (uncredited)

Suzanne Ridgeway character Dancer (uncredited)

Olin Francis character Expressman (uncredited)

Louise Franklin character Susan's Maid (uncredited)

Renee Godfrey character Nurse (uncredited)

Peter Gowland character Guest (uncredited)

Jimmy Grant character Man at Party in Everglades (uncredited)

Jesse Graves character Joseph (uncredited)

Ernest Grooney character Man on Hospital Roof (uncredited)

Jack Gwynne character Man on Hospital Roof (uncredited)

Teddy Mangean character Man on Roof (uncredited)

Henry Hebert character Best Man at Wedding (uncredited)

Bryan 'Slim' Hightower character Fish Driver (uncredited)

Mitchell Ingraham character Politician (uncredited)

Philip Morris character Politician (uncredited)

Francis Sayles character Politician (uncredited)

George W. Jimenez character Waiter at Inquirer Party (uncredited)

Ellen Lowe character Ms. Townsend (uncredited)

James T. Mack character Prompter (uncredited)

Mickey Martin character Newsboy (uncredited)

Bruce Sidney character Newsman (uncredited)

Major McBride character Shadowgraph Man (uncredited)

Frank McLure character (uncredited)

Charles Meakin character Civic Leader (uncredited)

Edward Peil Jr. character Civic Leader (uncredited)

Irving Mitchell character Dr. Corey (uncredited)

Frances E. Neal character Ethel (uncredited)

Lillian Nicholson character Woman at Opera (uncredited)

Joseph North character Secretary (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien character Secretary (uncredited)

Field Norton character Opera Spectator (uncredited)

Dick Scott character Opera Spectator (uncredited)

Frank O'Connor character Man at Madison Square Garden (uncredited)

Russ Powell character Man at Madison Square Garden (uncredited)

Bert Stevens character Man at Madison Square Garden (uncredited)

Thomas Pogue character Man (uncredited)

Lillian O'Malley character Woman in Front of Chronicle Building (uncredited)

Jack Raymond character Stagehand (uncredited)

Gohr Van Vleck character Stagehand (uncredited)

Myrtle Rishell character Big Governess (uncredited)

Benny Rubin character Smather (uncredited)

Shimen Ruskin character Hireling (uncredited)

George Sherwood character Hireling (uncredited)

Edward Ryan character Man in Inquirer City Room (uncredited)

Landers Stevens character Senate Investigator (uncredited)

Harry J. Vejar character Portuguese Laborer (uncredited)

Tudor Williams character Chorus Master (uncredited)

Arthur Yeoman character Speaker (uncredited)

Tim Davis character Copy Boy (uncredited)

Charles Bennett character Entertainer (uncredited)

Arthur Kay character Orchestra Leader (Uncredited)