Orson Welles' masterwork dazzles anew in a superb 70th-anniversary digital transfer. It's grand entertainment, sharply acted (starting many of Welles' Mercury Players on the road to thriving film careers) and directed with inspired visual flair. Chronicling the stormy life of an influential publishing tycoon, this Best Original Screenplay Academy Award winner (1941) is rooted in themes of power, corruption, vanity - the American Dream lost in the mystery of a dying man's last word: "Rosebud."
The investigation of a publishing tycoon's dying words reveals conflicting stories about his life in this famous trailer for Citizen Kane (1941).
On the rebound from a married man, Joan Crawford marries a veteran, just as her lover becomes available in Otto Preminger's Daisy Kenyon (1947).
Frank Cavanaugh proves himself as a football coach and a World War I hero in the true story of The Iron Major (1943), starring Pat O'Brien.
New York illustrator Daisy (Joan Crawford) finishing up with model Angelus (Martha Stewart), upon the arrival of her married romantic interest Dan (Dana Andrews), early in Otto Preminger's Daisy Kenyon, 1947.
Daisy (Joan Crawford) with pal Angelus (Martha Stewart) after being stood up by boozy soldier Peter (Henry Fonda), who calls, stalks her a little, then tries to make up, in Otto Preminger's Daisy Kenyon, 1947.
From the top, the spooky introduction of the estate called Xanadu, the snow-globe, and one very tight shot of the director, writer and star Orson Welles, from Citizen Kane, 1941.
Plotting the future of his mushrooming newspaper, the title character (writer, producer and director Orson Welles) brings aides Leland and Bernstein (Joseph Cotten, Everett Sloane) along toward victory, in Citizen Kane, 1941.
Second stop in his investigation, newsman Thompson (William Alland) studies the memoirs of Thatcher (George Couloris), covering his first meeting with young Kane (Buddy Swan) who hits him with a sled, and parents (Agnes Moorehead, Harry Shannon), in Orson Welles' Citizen Kane, 1941.
Almost without preamble, into the campaign, first Leland (Joseph Cotten) making a speech for his boss, then the man himself (writer, director, producer and star Orson Welles) taking the stage, Gettys (Ray Collins) and Mrs. Kane (Ruth Warrick) observing, in Citizen Kane 1941.
Zero Mostel and Kim Novak star in this classic Western spoof. A phony evangelist and his group of followers, compete with a Mexican gang and local outlaws to break into a well guarded bank and take control of a small town. Co-starring Clint Walker and Larry Storch.
Chuck Conners stars in this highly-charged rendition of the novel "The Night of the Tiger." Told ina series of flashbacks, we learn that Connors, a buffalo skin trader, must struggle with his lust for vengeance and his desire for reconciliation with his wife who has left him in disgrace.
Chuck Connors stars in this highly-charged rendition of the novel "The Night of the Tiger." Told in a series of flashbacks, we learn that Connors, a buffalo skin trader, must struggle with his lust for vengeance and his desire for reconciliation with his wife who has left him in disgrace.
A young boy is taunted mercilessly by the other boys in town - until he gets some help from the ghost of a Brooklyn Dodger, who turns him into a great baseball player.
What a cast! Probably the biggest budgeted exploitation film ever made. Story depicts the evils of alcoholism and its tragic effects on various people. Hokey, campy, but slick. Produced by Kroger Babb. 35mm.
Former dancing partners Kitty and Don, reunited after WWII, find love for one another as war widow Kitty attempts to maintain custody of her son from the boy's wealthy grandmother.
Story of the legendary trotting horse Dan Patch.
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