|Language and/or Subtitles:||English|
|Availability:||Available at 19 Libraries 19 of 21 copies|
An American tragedy of a newspaper tycoon, from his humble beginnings to the solitude of his final years. Nominated for nine Academy Awards including Best Picture and Director. Bonus features include commentary by Roger Ebert.
The Orson Welles masterwork that expanded filmmaking frontiers like no other movie: the fascinating story of a ruthless publishing magnate's rise to fame and influence - climaxing in the man's mysterious final word: Rosebud. Also includes a second disc containing the documentary The Battle Over Citizen Kane, interviews, and profiles.
ContentsCitizen Kane (119 min.)
The battle over Citizen Kane (113 min.)
Hearst, William Randolph,
Welles, Orson, -- 1915-1985.
Citizen Kane (Motion picture)
Motion pictures -- Censorship -- United States.
Motion picture industry -- California -- Los Angeles -- History.
Documentary television programs.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| [Burbank, CA] :Warner Home Video,2001
|Other Titles|| Battle over Citizen Kane.
Cotten, Joseph, 1905-1994.
Comingore, Dorothy, 1913-1971.
Moorehead, Agnes, 1900-1974.
Herrmann, Bernard, 1911-1975.
McCullough, David G.
Cramer, Richard Ben.
Epstein, Michael (Film director)
Lennon, Thomas F. (Thomas Furneaux)
RKO Radio Pictures.
WGBH Educational Foundation.
Warner Home Video (Firm)
Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Dorothy Comingore, Agnes Moorehead, Ruth Warrick, Ray Collins, Erskine Sanford, Everett Sloane, William Alland, Paul Stewart, George Coulouris; Host, David McCullough ; narrator, Richard Ben Cramer.
Citizen Kane / directed and produced by Orson Welles ; written by Herman J. Mankiewicz, Orson Welles ; director of photography, Gregg Toland ; editor, Robert Wise ; music, Bernard Herrmann. The battle over citizen Kane / directed by Michael Epstein, Thomas Lennon ; produced by Thomas Lennon ; written by Richard Ben Cramer, Thomas Lennon ; director of photography, Greg Andracke, Michael Chin ; editor, Ken Eluto ; music, Brian Keane.
MPAA rating: PG ; Canadian Home Video : G rating.
In English, with optional English, French, Portuguese and Spanish subtitles.
DVD release of the 1941 motion picture Citizen Kane and the original 1996 television broadcast Battle over Citizen Kane.
Special features: Disc 1: Two feature-length audio commentaries, one by Roger Ebert and the other by Peter Bogdanovich; 1941 movie premiere newsreel; gallery of storyboards, rare photos, alternate ad campaigns, studio correspondence, call sheets and other memorabilia; interactive menus; theatrical trailer; production notes, filmmaker postscripts and awards data; scene access. Disc 2: Welles filmography.
DVD; Dolby digital (mono (feature) or stereo (documentary), NTSC, Region 1, dual layer format (disc 1), standard format.
Best Original Screenplay Academy Award, 1941.
2 videodiscs (232 min.) : sound, black and white & color ; 4 3/4 in.