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In one of the first galleries you enter at the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles, there’s a large screen showing clips from “Citizen Kane.” 
Walk behind it, and there almost glowing in a spotlight is one of the film’s most-famous props, the red sled, named Rosebud, one of three balsa wood models made for the picture. The other two were tossed in the furnace during the shooting of the critical last scene of the 1941 Orson Welles classic. 

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