Corrected entry: When Kane buys the staff of the Chronicle he has a dinner party with dancing girls. Watch the shot where there is a row of girls on each side of the screen with the vaudeville guy in the centre singing. The girl in the very front on the right side puts her hand up with all the others, but seems to forget when to put it down and becomes out of step with everyone else.
Corrected entry: When the arc light flickers out just before Susan's suicide attempt, a newspaper front page stays on the screen long enough so you can read the smaller headlines. One says that something is being done to "curb spectators in Harlem real estate." The word should have been "speculators."
Corrected entry: The film is centered around finding the meaning of the last word that the film's main character Charles Foster Kane says before his death. The problem is that there is no one in the room when he whispers his final word, "Rosebud", from his death bed. The closest person is his nurse who wasn't in the room and could not have heard his whispered statement.
Charles Foster Kane: You know, Mr. Bernstein, if I hadn't been very rich, I might have been a really great man.