The Struggle to Make Citizen Kane
By the age of 24, Orson Welles had achieved great success in the theater and on radio, but he had never made a film. This program explains how Welles faced and overcame huge challenges to make Citizen Kane, now seen by many as the greatest movie ever made. This program is free, but advance registration is required.
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