Political manipulation and backroom bargaining are at the heart of Mr. Smith Goes to Washington when the idealistic and naïve leader of a prominent boys' organization (Jimmy Stewart) is sent to the Capitol to replace a recently deceased senator.
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Mr. Smith Goes To Washington is rated G
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Some of director Frank Capra’s other movies include It’s a Wonderful Life (also starring Jimmy Stewart) and Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (also starring Jean Arthur). James Stewart can also be seen in Harvey, Rear Window and The Shop Around the Corner.
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Release Date: 2 December 2014
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington releases to home video in a 75th Anniversary Edition. Fully Restored in 4K, the 1939 movie is presented in Collectible Digibook Packaging, with an essay by film historian Jeremy Arnold. Other bonus extras include:
- 90 minute version of the film (Blu-ray)
- Commentary by Frank Capra Jr.
- Frank Capra’s American Dream feature-length documentary
- Frank Capra Jr. Remembers... Mr. Smith Goes To Washington
- Conversations with Frank Capra Jr.: A Family History
- Conversations with Frank Capra Jr.: The Golden Years
- Frank Capra: Collaboration
- The Frank Capra I Knew
- Original Theatrical Trailer
- Rare International Trailer