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- American Experience: The Battle over Citizen Kane
- Details William Randolph Hearst's campaign to shelve Welles' film Citizen Kane.
- Cinepad: Citizen Kane
- Synopsis and analysis of Citizen Kane.
- Greatest Films: Citizen Kane (1941)
- Details techniques used by director Orson Welles and cinematographer Gregg Toland in the making of Citizen Kane, lists similarities and differences between Charles Foster Kane and W. R. Hearst, and examines the film's screenplay, structure, and influence.
- IMDb: Citizen Kane (1941)
- Cast, crew, background, and other information about Citizen Kane, the 1941 film directed by and starring Orson Welles.
- Movie Images: Citizen Kane
- Offers stills, wallpapers, and other images from the 1941 film.
- New York Times: Citizen Kane
- Offers Bosley Crowther's original 1941 review of the Citizen Kane, the theatrical trailer, links, and more.
- Rotten Tomatoes: Citizen Kane
- Offers links to reviews of the film directed by Orson Welles.
- Time Magazine's All-Time 100 Greatest Movies: Citizen Kane
- Time Magazine movie critics Richard Corliss and Richard Schickel examine Citizen Kane's reputation as the greatest film ever made. Includes archival articles from Time about Kane.
- Wikipedia: Citizen Kane
- User-created article about Citizen Kane, the Academy Award-winning film written by Herman J. Mankiewicz and Orson Welles and directed by Welles; often voted the greatest film ever made.
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