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>One of my astute film students has noticed that in a production still of
>CITIZEN KANE in our text (Film Art, Bordwell& Thompson, p. 15), Orson Welles
>is directing from a wheelchair.  She (and I) ask why?  Was it simply to
>reduce fatigue, or was he injured at some point during production (obviously
>when he wasn't acting himself!). We'd appreciate info.
 
>Mary McComb Asst. Prof. Communication Arts Marist College Poughkeepsie NY
 
 
Hey Mary---
 
He might have just been fooling around with a prop from the film. (Leland sits
in it at the "home" and Kane is pushed around in it in the newsreel)
 
Roger
 
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