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  1. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington is a 1939 American political comedy-drama film directed by Frank Capra, starring Jean Arthur and James Stewart, and featuring Claude Rains and Edward Arnold. The film is about a newly appointed United States Senator who fights against a corrupt political system, and was written by Sidney Buchman , based on Lewis R. Foster 's unpublished story "The Gentleman from ...

  2. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington: Directed by Frank Capra. With Jean Arthur, James Stewart, Claude Rains, Edward Arnold. A naive youth leader is appointed to fill a vacancy in the U.S. Senate.

  3. When the idealistic young Jefferson Smith (James Stewart) winds up appointed to the United States Senate, he gains the mentorship of Senator Joseph Paine (Claude Rains). However, Paine isn't as ...

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › MrMr. - Wikipedia

    Mister, usually written in its contracted form Mr. or Mr, is a commonly used English honorific for men without a higher, honorific, or professional title, or any of various designations of office. The title 'Mr' derived from earlier forms of master , as the equivalent female titles Mrs , Miss , and Ms all derived from earlier forms of mistress .

  5. www.imdb.com › name › nm0001008Frank Capra - IMDb

    Frank Capra, Director: It's a Wonderful Life. One of seven children, Frank Capra was born on May 18, 1897, in Bisacquino, Sicily. On May 10, 1903, his family left for America aboard the ship Germania, arriving in New York on May 23rd.

  6. 20/07/2022 · The first was Mr. Zelensky Goes to Washington, a parody of Capra’s Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, about a media figure made into a folk hero, and the second was Meet Juan Guaid ...

  7. Getting To The Capitol Located at the center of Washington, D.C., the U.S. Capitol and other buildings on Capitol Hill are easily accessible via public transportation. Prohibited Items In order to ensure the safety of visitors and staff and to preserve the collections, facilities and historic buildings and grounds, some items are prohibited at the U.S. Capitol.