1941: At the Movies

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There's no better way to escape from uncertain times by whiling away the hours at the movies. Takeaway film correspondent Rafer Guzman tells us about five movies that have, from the perspective of a moviegoer in 1941, the potential to become classics: Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane," Humphrey Bogart's breakout film, "The Maltese Falcon," Gary Cooper in a prescient war movie, "Sergeant York," and Alfred Hitchcock's "Suspicion."
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