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Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Frank Capra
Release Date: 17 October 1939
Movie rating: 8.2
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What is the movie Mr. Smith Goes to Washington about?
Jean Arthur as Saunders, James Stewart playing Jefferson Smith, Claude Rains as Senator Joseph Paine, Edward Arnold as Jim Taylor... These are only some of the actors that we can see in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. It is one of the classics from 1939, rated 8.3 on IMDb, and directed by Frank Capra. The writers are Sidney Buchman and Lewis R. Foster. The movie tells a story of Boy Rangers and one of their members Jefferson Smith. He is a little bit naive, and that is what can cause him a lot of problems. That is for sure. He joins the governor of his state, who gets reunited with the state's senior senator. Joseph Paine is his name and he is his childhood hero. Mr. Smith gets into a conflict with the state's political boss Jim Taylor. He tried to corrupt Smith and destroy him through a scandal. Many say that this is the scenario that we can see every day in our lives. It is one of the reasons why Mr. Smith Goes to Washington has gotten so popular and it the fact that it is an older movie doesn't change anything. It is one of the movies that you will love to watch, even if you are not into watching the movies that are about politics.
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Unfortunately, you will not find any Mr. Smith Goes to Washington HD wallpapers here; these are just the screenshots of the movie. They catch some moments of the movie, so you can get a better idea about the movie before watching it. Click on the image for a larger view.
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