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    Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (Columbia, 1939). One Sheet (27" X 41") Style B.
    Frank Capra directs James Stewart in one of his most beloved roles as Jefferson Smith, a naive young man appointed to fill a vacant Senate seat. He quickly learns the realities of Washington politics when he befriends a cynical reporter played by Jean Arthur, and goes up against a political machine led by his personal hero, another senator played by Claude Rains. An honest man in a sea of corruption, Smith's simple goodness and integrity win the day in the end. A perennial favorite, the film boasts two different versions of the one sheet, both of which are always in high demand. The is only the second style B Heritage has presented, and it shines with the star power of Stewart and Arthur. Restoration has addressed pinholes in the corners, and a small chip in the lower vertical fold. Touchup has been applied to the folds. Very Fine on Linen.




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