The Magnificent Ambersons
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July 8, 2017
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It depicts the sad, rapid industrial growth of the Midwest.
Welles, who grew up in Kenosha, Wisconsin and later in Illinois, understood what life was like in this part of the country and the novel allowed him to delve into his roots and examine his personal past. Surviving many risks and crises, this film is still revered today, almost 60 years later, as yet another great work of art by Orson Welles...
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Surviving many risks and crises, this film is still revered today, almost 60 years later, as yet another great work of art by Orson Welles.
After finishing up Citizen Kane, Welles’ search for a second film to fulfill his contract with the Hollywood studio RKO radio pictures was a hard one. He first wanted to make The Pickwick Papers with W...
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