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  1. melissa Mcentyre said:

    It still is one of the all time greats. It is always fun to see facts list about loved films

    September 5, 2016
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  2. LLL said:

    As Hearst was so extremely angered with the film, I am surprised the Castle screened the film. Would that not have angered William Randolph Hearst? Who benefited from the screening? I am also surprised there were only 60 attendees at the screening of the film.

    September 5, 2016
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  3. Sherman Goodrich said:

    While the magnitude of the movie is beyond question.
    I still find it interesting that the entire premise revolves around “Rosebud”, his highly publicized dying last word that was uttered in an empty room for no one to hear.
    The nurse entered the room after his death.

    September 5, 2016
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    • Andrée said:

      To Sherman Goodrich –
      Yes quite. The butler also says he hears the dying word yet we don’t meet him until almost the end of the movie. It is still a wonderful film, though.

      May 25, 2017
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