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    Mr. Smith Goes To Washington (Columbia, 1939). Midget Window Card (8" X 14"). This film, which is considered to be one of Frank Capra's greatest cinematic achievements, was originally planned as "Mr. Deeds Goes to Washington" with Gary Cooper considered to reprise his role as Longfellow Deeds. For whatever reason, the project took a turn and the result is history. This film garnered 11 Academy Award nominations and Jefferson Smith is perhaps the role, next to George Bailey, that James Stewart is most identified with. This gorgeous midget window card displays wonderful portraits of the cast. The condition is unused and in near mint condition. If it were not for the fact that a rubber stamp was used in the imprint area, we would grade as mint. Near Mint.

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    July, 2005
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