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Mr. Smith Goes To Washington

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Frank Capra's classic comedy-drama established James Stewart as a lead actor in one of his finest (and most archetypal) roles. The film opens as a succession of reporters shout into telephones announcing the death of Senator Samuel Foley. Read More
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Jefferson Smith
Clarissa Saunders
Sen. Joseph Paine
Jim Taylor
Diz Moore
Gov. Hubert Hopper
Chick McGann
Ma Smith
Senator Fuller
President of the Senate
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