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CITIZEN KANE (12) 1941 Film
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • El Rancho Nightclub
      • A seedy Atlantic City cabaret where Susan Alexander Kane sits with her head bowed drunkenly on her arms resting on the table. Thompson makes an attempt to interview her, but she will not talk to him.
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Xanadu
      • Charles Foster Kane's mansion, part of a vast palatial estate in Florida.
  • Corporations
    • Thatcher and Company
      • Mrs. Kane appoints the banking firm of Thatcher and Company to manage all her financial interests, to administer her estate, and to act as trustees of the fortune and guardian of her son. Mr. and Mrs. Kane will each be given $50,000 a year - the rest of the fortune will be placed in a trust fund for Charles until he reaches maturity at age 25, at which time he would come into complete possession.
  • Grocery Stores
    • Kane Foods
      • No description available
  • Housing-Other
    • Mrs Kane's Boarding House
      • In 1871, gold was discovered through a mining deed belonging to Kane's mother, Mary Kane. She hired Thatcher to establish a trust that would provide for Kane's education and to assume guardianship of him. While Thatcher and Charles' parents discussed arrangements inside, the young Kane played happily with a sled in the snow outside the boarding-house. When Kane's parents turned him over to Thatcher, the boy struck Thatcher with his sled and attempted to run away.
  • Libraries
    • Walter Parks Thatcher Memorial Library
      • The first flashback sequence is the one framed by Thompsonís visit to the Walter Parks Thatcher Memorial Library, there to peruse the unpublished memoirs of Kaneís guardian.
  • Newspapers
    • New York Inquirer
      • Charles Foster Kane's newspaper.
    • St. Louis Daily Inquirer
      • Charles Foster Kane's newspaper that closes in the first year of the Great Depression.
  • Quotes
    • Charles Foster Kane
      • Charles Foster Kane: Rosebud.
      • Charles Foster Kane: I suppose if I wasn't rich I could have been a great man.
  • TV Shows-News
    • News On The March
      • The fake-out newsreel that begins the movie, and it includes wily duplications of all the March of Time trademarks, including the white-on-black transitional title cards, the wall-to-wall musical score and the bombastic narration.
  • Vehicles (Specific)
    • Rosebud
      • The sled. It's the old man's sled.

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