When a Rittenhouse sleeper agent in 1941 Hollywood steals the only copy of Citizen Kane, Lucy, Wyatt and Rufus team up with Hedy Lamarr to get it back. Hedy Lamarr turns out to be not only a glamorous movie star but also a scientific wizard whose discoveries led to the invention of Wi-Fi.
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The newspapers which Hearst owned were not only influential, he had many newspaper holdings and when looked at in combination, it was the most widely circulated. In the 21st century, in addition to its newspapers properties, the Hearst Corporation owns television stations and production companies. See more
Rufus explains in the new timeline that Hedy Lamarr retired from acting after becoming a billionaire when the US Navy used her invention during the Cuban Missile Crisis. She had already retired from acting years before frequency hopping had been independently re-discovered. See more
[talking about "Citizen Kane"
Spoiler alert! "Rosebud" is a sled.
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References Jurassic Park
You Made Me Love You
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