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Citizen Kane (1941) APPROVED
Drama Mystery

Following the death of a publishing tycoon, news reporters scramble to discover the meaning of his final utterance.

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#1
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 25.766
Well, hurray for the Bulldog.
#2
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 24.272
Let's go to the window.
#3
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 24.170
I think it would be fun to run a newspaper.
#4
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 23.288
- Really, Charles, people will think... - What I tell them to think.
#5
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 22.983
"One stove from the estate of Mary Kane, $2."
#6
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 22.791
Oh, Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Cornell, Switzerland.
#7
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 21.796
...prosecution and conviction of Boss Jim W. Gettys.
#8
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 21.616
Only you're going to need more than one lesson.
#9
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 21.020
Don't worry about me!
#10
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 20.504
Rosebud.
#11
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 20.153
Your complete attention, if you please.
#12
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 20.076
"I think it would be fun to run a newspaper."
#13
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 20.026
- The news goes on for 24 hours a day. - Twenty-four?
#14
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 19.499
- Mother, is Pop governor yet? - Not yet, Junior.
#15
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 18.980
And a happy New Year.
#16
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 18.896
There's only one person in the world to decide what I'll do. And that's me.
#17
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 18.887
...Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas.
#18
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 18.867
He knows where all the bodies are buried.
#19
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 18.796
Mr. Carter, if the headline is big enough, it makes the news big enough.
#20
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 18.724
I'm wiggling both my ears at the same time.
#21
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 18.193
You're gonna need more than one lesson.
#22
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 18.051
I'll tell you one thing you're not going to be funny about, and that's my singing.
#23
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 17.911
...defeat. Shameful, ignominious.
#24
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 17.871
You're fired.
#25
Citizen Kane (1941)
Year: 1941, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 17.795
I always gagged on that silver spoon.