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"From Citizen Kane’s (1941, dir. Orson Welles) opening sequence, the famous gothic-style shot of Xanadu (“the costliest monument of a man to himself”), the home of newspaper magnate Charles Foster Kane." - http://oldhollywood.tumblr.com

Citizen Kane Orson Welles) Opening sequence: the famous gothic-style shot of Xanadu. "The costliest monument of a man to himself. The home of newspaper magnate Charles Foster Kane.

Orson Welles received his only acting nomination for playing none other than Charles Foster Kane in Citizen Kane. Description from actoroscar.blogspot.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Inscrutable CITIZEN KANE

Cidadão Kane / Citizen Kane Directed by Orson Welles Written by Herman J. Mankiewicz and Orson Welles

Declaration of Principles

from the film "Citizen Kane" Mr. Kane has decided it "might be fun to run a newspaper" and next makes a promise to the readers of the New York Daily Inquirer.

JFK Jr. (John John) salutes his father's casket on November 25, 1963...his 3rd birthday.

the body of President Kennedy is laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery. Kennedy Jr salutes as his father's processional passes by.

Gothic Mina Victorian Bustle Gown Wedding by RomanticThreads..I dont know about romantic but I like the pic

Winona Ryder as Mina in Bram Stoker's Dracula This photo is meant to look Victorian, so it's in black and white, and you don't know that the dress is blood red. Eiko Ishioka won the Academy Award for Costume design for this movie.

"Rosebud" - Citizen Kane

"Rosebud" - Citizen Kane

Glasgow Tenement housing by Martin~H, via Flickr A good example of Glasgow tenement architecture built in the style of Charles Rennie MacKintosh and Alexander Greek Thomson, on the Banks of the River Cart. Snuff Mill Bridge is in the foreground. This is near to where Mary Queen of Scots watched the Battle of Cathcart.

Glasgow Tenement housing on the Banks of the River Cart. Snuff Mill Bridge is in the foreground. This is near to where Mary Queen of Scots watched the Battle of Cathcart.

The stand-off: Robert Mitchum & Lillian Gish in Night of the Hunter (1955, dir. Charles Laughton)

The stand-off: Robert Mitchum & Lillian Gish in Night of the Hunter ("Mensageiro do Diabo", Film-Noir.

The Necropolis, Glasgow--Day 4 I know it's a cemetery...but it is a beautiful one...

The Necropolis, Glasgow by Jake Faulkner, via

Night of the Hunter. 1955, dir. Charles Laughton.

the-night-picture-collector: “ “Charles Laughton, Billy Chapin in Night of the Hunter, 1955 ” ”

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