Frank Capra cuts Army film as a
Signal Corps Reserve major during World War II.
This photo taken circa 1943.
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- It's a Wonderful Life [1946 film] (Director; Screenwriter) 346 copies, 6 reviews
- The Name Above the Title: An Autobiography 212 copies, 4 reviews
- Arsenic and Old Lace [1944 film] (Director) 133 copies, 4 reviews
- It Happened One Night [1934 film] (Director) 79 copies, 3 reviews
- Mr. Smith Goes to Washington [film] (Director) 74 copies, 3 reviews
- Meet John Doe [1941 film] (Director) 39 copies, 2 reviews
- Lost Horizon [1937 film] (Director) 30 copies, 1 review
- Mr. Deeds Goes to Town [1936 film] 27 copies, 2 reviews
- You Can't Take It With You [1938 film] 25 copies, 1 review
- State of the Union [1948 film] 17 copies, 2 reviews
- The Premiere Frank Capra Collection 14 copies
- Pocketful of Miracles [1961 film] (Director) 11 copies
- Why We Fight: World War II Collector's Set 11 copies, 1 review
- TCM Greatest Classic Films Collection: Comedy 10 copies
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