Orson Welles was a director at RKO whose films included Citizen Kane, The Magnificent Ambersons, and the unfinished project It’s All True. He also wrote, acted in, and did some uncredited directing work on Journey Into Fear. After the studio re-edited The Magnificent Ambersons and cancelled It’s All True, Welles left RKO.
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The “Citizen Kane” director returns with a similarly ambitious follow-up, starring Tim Holt, Agnes Moorehead, and Joseph Cotten.
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