Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)

Naive and idealistic Jefferson Smith, leader of the Boy Rangers, is appointed to the United States Senate by the puppet governor of his state. He soon discovers, upon going to Washington, many shortcomings of the political process as his earnest goal of a national boys' camp leads to a conflict with the state political boss.

Writing:
  • Sidney Buchman
  • Lewis R. Foster
Directing:
  • Frank Capra
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  • Views: 3
  • Release Date: 1939-10-19
  • Language: English
  • Country: US
  • Runtime: 129
  • Revenue: $9,600,000
  • Budget: $1,500,000

Mary Gordon

Woman (uncredited)

Stanley Andrews

Senator Hodges (uncredited)

Hank Mann

Photographer (uncredited)

Eddy Chandler

Reporter (uncredited)

Lorna Gray

Woman at Station (uncredited)

Vera Lewis

Mrs. Edwards (uncredited)

Guy Kibbee

Governor Hopper

Jack Rice

Lang (uncredited)

Lafe McKee

Veteran at Lincoln Memorial (uncredited)

Mabel Forrest

Senate Reporter (uncredited)

Layne Tom Jr.

Boy Ranger (uncredited)

Johnny Russell

Otis Hopper (uncredited)

Mitchell Ingraham

(uncredited)

H.B. Warner

Senate Majority Leader

Al Bridge

Senator Dwight (uncredited)

Eric Mayne

Man in Senate Building (uncredited)

Edmund Cobb

Senator Gower (uncredited)

Wilfred Lucas

Pompous Man (uncredited)

Beulah Bondi

Ma Smith

John Dilson

Secretary (uncredited)

Olaf Hytten

Butler (uncredited)

Frank McLure

Senator (uncredited)

John Russell

Hopper Boy

John Ince

Senator Fernwick (uncredited)

George Lloyd

Hoodlum (uncredited)

Philo McCullough

Senator Albert (uncredited)

Paul Stanton

Flood a Newsman (uncredited)

Carl Stockdale

Senator Burdette (uncredited)

Harry Tenbrook

Bodyguard (uncredited)

Jean Arthur

Clarissa Saunders

Lester Dorr

Taylor's Stooge (uncredited)

Gene Morgan

Reporter (uncredited)

Bert Moorhouse

Man in Senate Building (uncredited)

George Cooper

Waiter (uncredited)

George Chandler

Reporter (uncredited)

Blanche Payson

Committeewoman (uncredited)

Frederick Burton

Senator Dearhorn (uncredited)

Astrid Allwyn

Susan Paine

Robert Emmett Keane

Editor (uncredited)

James Stewart

Jefferson Smith

Claude Rains

Joseph Paine

Edward Arnold

Jim Taylor

Thomas Mitchell

Diz Moore

Eugene Pallette

Chick McGann

Harry Carey

President of the Senate

Ruth Donnelly

Emma Hopper

Grant Mitchell

Senator MacPherson

Porter Hall

Senator Monroe

Pierre Watkin

Senator Barnes

William Demarest

Bill Griffith

Larry Simms

Hopper Boy

Russell Simpson

Kenneth Allen (uncredited)

Frances Gifford

Hopper Girl (uncredited)

Wilson Benge

Hopper's Butler (uncredited)

Dickie Jones

Richard Jones (uncredited)

Frank Puglia

Handwriting Expert (uncredited)

Maurice Cass

Handwriting Expert (uncredited)

Edwin August

Senator (uncredited)

Sam Ash

Senator Lancaster (uncredited)

Brooks Benedict

Senate Clerk (uncredited)

Wade Boteler

Family Man (uncredited)

Dorothy Comingore

Woman at Station (uncredited)

Chester Conklin

Reporter (uncredited)

Gino Corrado

Barber (uncredited)

Ann Doran

Paine's Secretary (uncredited)

Matt McHugh

Reporter (uncredited)

Frank Austin

Inventor (uncredited)

Robert Sterling

Senate Reporter (uncredited)

Dub Taylor

Reporter (uncredited)

Fred 'Snowflake' Toones

Porter (uncredited)

Jack Carson

Sweeney Farrell (uncredited)

Harry C. Bradley

Arthur Kim (uncredited)

Harlan Briggs

Mr. Edwards (uncredited)

Georgia Caine

Third Radio Speaker (uncredited)

Davison Clark

Committeeman (uncredited)

Alec Craig

Speaker (uncredited)

Vernon Dent

Senate Reporter (uncredited)

Byron Foulger

Hopper's Secretary (uncredited)

Helen Jerome Eddy

Paine's Secretary (uncredited)

Joe Devlin

Waiter (uncredited)

Robert Dudley

Reporter (uncredited)

Edward Earle

Reporter (uncredited)

Jack Egan

Reporter (uncredited)

Gladys Gale

Committeewoman (uncredited)

Harry Hayden

First Radio Announcer (uncredited)

Louis Jean Heydt

Soapbox Speaker (uncredited)

Henry Hebert

Senator (uncredited)

Lloyd Ingraham

Committeeman (uncredited)

Milton Kibbee

Senate Reporter (uncredited)

Joe King

Summers (uncredited)

Evalyn Knapp

Reporter (uncredited)

Paul Kruger

Bodyguard (uncredited)

Jack Lindquist

Chorus Member (uncredited)

Arthur Loft

Chief Clerk (uncredited)

Mary MacLaren

Head Sister (uncredited)

George McKay

Reporter (uncredited)

Ben Taggart

Pompous Man (uncredited)

William Newell

Reporter (uncredited)

Robert Middlemass

Radio Announcer #2 (uncredited)

James Millican

Senate Reporter (uncredited)

Howard M. Mitchell

Shoe Salesman (uncredited)

Charles R. Moore

Porter (uncredited)

Frank O'Connor

Senator Alfred (uncredited)

Wyndham Standing

Senator Ashman (uncredited)

Jack Richardson

Senator Manchester (uncredited)

Walter Soderling

Senator Pickett (uncredited)

Victor Travis

Senator Grainger (uncredited)

Craig Stevens

Senate Reporter (uncredited)

Walter Sande

Newspaperman with Pipe (uncredited)

Frank M. Thomas

Hendricks (uncredited)

Harry Strang

Bodyguard (uncredited)

Dave Willock

Senate Guard (uncredited)

Lloyd Whitlock

Schultz (uncredited)

Frederick Vroom

Paine's Friend (uncredited)

Landers Stevens

Committeeman (uncredited)

William Worthington

Committeeman (uncredited)

Edward Biby

Foreign Diplomat (uncredited)
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