Citizen Kane (1941)

Citizen Kane

Actors (voice): Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Dorothy Comingore

Genre: Drama, Mystery

Release date: 1941

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

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...Walter P. Thatcher, grand old man of Wall Street...

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You can hear this line at 00:06:40 in the DVD version of the movie.

Quote context:

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41 00:06:33,476 --> 00:06:36,520 The Colorado Lode.
42 00:06:36,687 --> 00:06:40,774 Fifty-seven years later, before a congressional investigation...
43 00:06:40,942 --> 00:06:44,319 ...Walter P. Thatcher, grand old man of Wall Street...
44 00:06:44,487 --> 00:06:48,115 ...for years chief target of Kane papers' attacks on trusts...
45 00:06:48,282 --> 00:06:50,575 ...recalls a journey he made as a youth.
46 00:06:50,743 --> 00:06:54,079 My firm had been appointed trustee by Mrs. Kane...

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