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Mr. Smith Goes To Washington (1939)

Episode #80

Columbia Pictures Corporation released Mr. Smith Goes To Washington on October 19,1939. Frank Capra directed the film starring James Stewart, Jean Arthur, and Claude Rains.

‘Mr. Smith Goes To Washington’ Plot Synopsis

When Jefferson Smith is appointed a US Senator, the idealistic Washington outsider plans to make changes for the better. However, the people pulling the strings in his party and State plan for him to be compliant and stay out of the way of their plans; whether legal, ethical, or not. Unfortunately for Smith, a well-intentioned deed sets off a dramatic chain of events that sets him at odds with not only his colleagues, but with bullying power brokers, and the entire Senate.

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Columbia Pictures Corporation released Mr. Smith Goes To Washington on October 19,1939. Frank Capra directed the film starring James Stewart, Jean Arthur, and Claude Rains.

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