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Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

Release Date: 1939-10-19 (81 years ago)
James Stewart
Jefferson Smith
James Stewart was:
Jean Arthur
Clarissa Saunders
Jean Arthur was:
Claude Rains
Joseph Paine
Claude Rains was:
Edward Arnold
Jim Taylor
Edward Arnold was:
Guy Kibbee
Governor Hopper
Guy Kibbee was:
Thomas Mitchell
Diz Moore
Thomas Mitchell was:
Eugene Pallette
Chick McGann
Eugene Pallette was:
Beulah Bondi
Ma Smith
Beulah Bondi was:
H.B. Warner
Senate Majority Leader
H.B. Warner was:
Harry Carey
President of the Senate
Harry Carey was:
Astrid Allwyn
Susan Paine
Astrid Allwyn was:
Ruth Donnelly
Emma Hopper
Ruth Donnelly was:
Grant Mitchell
Senator MacPherson
Grant Mitchell was:
Porter Hall
Senator Monroe
Porter Hall was:
Pierre Watkin
Senator Barnes
Pierre Watkin was:
Charles Lane
Nosey
Charles Lane was:
William Demarest
Bill Griffith
William Demarest was:
Dick Elliott
Carl Cook
Dick Elliott was:
Billy Watson
Peter Hopper
Billy Watson was:
Delmar Watson
Jimmie Hopper
Delmar Watson was:
John Russell
Hopper Boy
John Russell was:
Harry Watson
Hopper Boy
Harry Watson was:
Garry Watson
Hopper Boy
Garry Watson was:
Larry Simms
Hopper Boy
Larry Simms was:
H.V. Kaltenborn
Radio Broadcaster
H.V. Kaltenborn was:
Russell Simpson
Kenneth Allen (uncredited)
Russell Simpson was:
Frances Gifford
Hopper Girl (uncredited)
Frances Gifford was:
Colin James Mackey
Narrator (uncredited)
Colin James Mackey was:
Wilson Benge
Hopper's Butler (uncredited)
Wilson Benge was:
Dickie Jones
Richard Jones (uncredited)
Dickie Jones was:
Erville Alderson
Handwriting Expert (uncredited)
Erville Alderson was:
Frank Puglia
Handwriting Expert (uncredited)
Frank Puglia was:
Maurice Cass
Handwriting Expert (uncredited)
Maurice Cass was:
Stanley Andrews
Senator Hodges (uncredited)
Stanley Andrews was:
Al Bridge
Senator Dwight (uncredited)
Al Bridge was:
Edwin August
Senator (uncredited)
Edwin August was:
Edmund Cobb
Senator Gower (uncredited)
Edmund Cobb was:
Sam Ash
Senator Lancaster (uncredited)
Sam Ash was:
Harry A. Bailey
Senator Hammett (uncredited)
Harry A. Bailey was:
Stanley Mack
Senator (uncredited)
Stanley Mack was:
Brooks Benedict
Senate Clerk (uncredited)
Brooks Benedict was:
Wade Boteler
Family Man (uncredited)
Wade Boteler was:
Dorothy Comingore
Woman at Station (uncredited)
Dorothy Comingore was:
Chester Conklin
Reporter (uncredited)
Chester Conklin was:
Gino Corrado
Barber (uncredited)
Gino Corrado was:
Ann Doran
Paine's Secretary (uncredited)
Ann Doran was:
Robert Emmett Keane
Editor (uncredited)
Robert Emmett Keane was:
Matt McHugh
Reporter (uncredited)
Matt McHugh was:
Kathryn Bates
Committeewoman (uncredited)
Kathryn Bates was:
Frank Austin
Inventor (uncredited)
Frank Austin was:
William Arnold
Reporter (uncredited)
William Arnold was:
Tommy Baker
Boy Ranger (uncredited)
Tommy Baker was:
Robert Sterling
Senate Reporter (uncredited)
Robert Sterling was:
Dub Taylor
Reporter (uncredited)
Dub Taylor was:
George Chandler
Reporter (uncredited)
George Chandler was:
Fred 'Snowflake' Toones
Porter (uncredited)
Fred 'Snowflake' Toones was:
Jack Carson
Sweeney Farrell (uncredited)
Jack Carson was:
Tommy Bupp
Cheering Boy (uncredited)
Tommy Bupp was:
Dora Clement
Mrs. McGann (uncredited)
Dora Clement was:
Bert Moorhouse
Man in Senate Building (uncredited)
Bert Moorhouse was:
Harry C. Bradley
Arthur Kim (uncredited)
Harry C. Bradley was:
Lynton Brent
Photographer (uncredited)
Lynton Brent was:
Ed Brewer
Senate Reporter (uncredited)
Ed Brewer was:
Harlan Briggs
Mr. Edwards (uncredited)
Harlan Briggs was:
Harry Burkhardt
Senate Reporter (uncredited)
Harry Burkhardt was:
Frederick Burton
Senator Dearhorn (uncredited)
Frederick Burton was:
Georgia Caine
Third Radio Speaker (uncredited)
Georgia Caine was:
Ken Carpenter
Announcer (uncredited)
Ken Carpenter was:
Burr Caruth
Townsend (uncredited)
Burr Caruth was:
Allan Cavan
Ragner (uncredited)
Allan Cavan was:
Eddy Chandler
Reporter (uncredited)
Eddy Chandler was:
Davison Clark
Committeeman (uncredited)
Davison Clark was:
Richard Clucas
(uncredited)
Richard Clucas was:
Shirley Coates
Assistant Bartender (uncredited)
Shirley Coates was:
Eddie Coke
Photographer (uncredited)
Eddie Coke was:
Hal Cooke
Reporter (uncredited)
Hal Cooke was:
Alec Craig
Speaker (uncredited)
Alec Craig was:
Anne Cornwall
Senate Reporter (uncredited)
Anne Cornwall was:
George Cooper
Waiter (uncredited)
George Cooper was:
Georgie Cooper
Committeewoman (uncredited)
Georgie Cooper was:
Jack Cooper
Photographer (uncredited)
Jack Cooper was:
Nick Copeland
Senate Reporter (uncredited)
Nick Copeland was:
Vernon Dent
Senate Reporter (uncredited)
Vernon Dent was:
Maurice Costello
Diggs (uncredited)
Maurice Costello was:
Beatrice Curtis
Paine's Secretary (uncredited)
Beatrice Curtis was:
Lew Davis
Senate Clerk (uncredited)
Lew Davis was:
Dulcie Day
Senate Reporter (uncredited)
Dulcie Day was:
Wally Dean
Paine's Friend (uncredited)
Wally Dean was:
Harry Depp
Hat Salesman / Secretary (uncredited)
Harry Depp was:
Byron Foulger
Hopper's Secretary (uncredited)
Byron Foulger was:
Helen Jerome Eddy
Paine's Secretary (uncredited)
Helen Jerome Eddy was:
Douglas Evans
Francis Scott Key (uncredited)
Douglas Evans was:
Joe Devlin
Waiter (uncredited)
Joe Devlin was:
Clyde Dilson
Reporter (uncredited)
Clyde Dilson was:
John Dilson
Secretary (uncredited)
John Dilson was:
Neal Dodd
Senate Chaplain (uncredited)
Neal Dodd was:
Lester Dorr
Taylor's Stooge (uncredited)
Lester Dorr was:
Robert Dudley
Reporter (uncredited)
Robert Dudley was:
Edward Earle
Reporter (uncredited)
Edward Earle was:
Jack Egan
Reporter (uncredited)
Jack Egan was:
Eddie Fetherston
Senate Reporter (uncredited)
Eddie Fetherston was:
Mabel Forrest
Senate Reporter (uncredited)
Mabel Forrest was:
Gladys Gale
Committeewoman (uncredited)
Gladys Gale was:
Jack Gardner
Reporter (uncredited)
Jack Gardner was:
Mary Gordon
Woman (uncredited)
Mary Gordon was:
June Gittelson
Woman at Station (uncredited)
June Gittelson was:
Lorna Gray
Woman at Station (uncredited)
Lorna Gray was:
Harry Hayden
First Radio Announcer (uncredited)
Harry Hayden was:
Louis Jean Heydt
Soapbox Speaker (uncredited)
Louis Jean Heydt was:
John Ince
Senator Fernwick (uncredited)
John Ince was:
Frank Jaquet
Senator Byron (uncredited)
Frank Jaquet was:
Philo McCullough
Senator Albert (uncredited)
Philo McCullough was:
Wright Kramer
Senator Carlton (uncredited)
Wright Kramer was:
Henry Hebert
Senator (uncredited)
Henry Hebert was:
Fred Hoose
Senator (uncredited)
Fred Hoose was:
Richard Kipling
Senator (uncredited)
Richard Kipling was:
Roger Haliday
Senate Guard (uncredited)
Roger Haliday was:
Wilfred Hari
House Boy (uncredited)
Wilfred Hari was:
Philip Hurlic
Boy Ranger (uncredited)
Philip Hurlic was:
Olaf Hytten
Butler (uncredited)
Olaf Hytten was:
Lloyd Ingraham
Committeeman (uncredited)
Lloyd Ingraham was:
Mitchell Ingraham
(uncredited)
Mitchell Ingraham was:
Dick Jensen
Hoodlum (uncredited)
Dick Jensen was:
John Lester Johnson
Butler (uncredited)
John Lester Johnson was:
Eddie Kane
Reporter (uncredited)
Eddie Kane was:
Donald Kerr
Reporter (uncredited)
Donald Kerr was:
Milton Kibbee
Senate Reporter (uncredited)
Milton Kibbee was:
Joe King
Summers (uncredited)
Joe King was:
Evalyn Knapp
Reporter (uncredited)
Evalyn Knapp was:
Paul Kruger
Bodyguard (uncredited)
Paul Kruger was:
Bobby Larson
Boy Ranger (uncredited)
Bobby Larson was:
Billy Lechner
Boy Ranger (uncredited)
Billy Lechner was:
Jackie Lowe
Boy Ranger (uncredited)
Jackie Lowe was:
P.H. Levy
Rabbi (uncredited)
P.H. Levy was:
Vera Lewis
Mrs. Edwards (uncredited)
Vera Lewis was:
Jack Lindquist
Chorus Member (uncredited)
Jack Lindquist was:
George Lloyd
Hoodlum (uncredited)
George Lloyd was:
Arthur Loft
Chief Clerk (uncredited)
Arthur Loft was:
Jack Low
Hoodlum (uncredited)
Jack Low was:
Jimmie Lucas
Photographer (uncredited)
Jimmie Lucas was:
Mary MacLaren
Head Sister (uncredited)
Mary MacLaren was:
Hank Mann
Photographer (uncredited)
Hank Mann was:
Margaret Mann
Nun (uncredited)
Margaret Mann was:
Eric Mayne
Man in Senate Building (uncredited)
Eric Mayne was:
Ralph McCullough
Assistant Bartender (uncredited)
Ralph McCullough was:
George McKay
Reporter (uncredited)
George McKay was:
Lafe McKee
Veteran at Lincoln Memorial (uncredited)
Lafe McKee was:
Ben Taggart
Pompous Man (uncredited)
Ben Taggart was:
Field Norton
Pompous Man (uncredited)
Field Norton was:
Wilfred Lucas
Pompous Man (uncredited)
Wilfred Lucas was:
Sammy McKim
Boy Ranger (uncredited)
Sammy McKim was:
James McNamara
Reporter (uncredited)
James McNamara was:
William Newell
Reporter (uncredited)
William Newell was:
Robert Middlemass
Radio Announcer #2 (uncredited)
Robert Middlemass was:
James Millican
Senate Reporter (uncredited)
James Millican was:
Howard M. Mitchell
Shoe Salesman (uncredited)
Howard M. Mitchell was:
Charles R. Moore
Porter (uncredited)
Charles R. Moore was:
Gene Morgan
Reporter (uncredited)
Gene Morgan was:
Robert Morgan
Senate Clerk (uncredited)
Robert Morgan was:
Ray Nichols
Boy Ranger (uncredited)
Ray Nichols was:
Alex Novinsky
Foreign Diplomat (uncredited)
Alex Novinsky was:
Frank O'Connor
Senator Alfred (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor was:
Frank Otto
Fisk (uncredited)
Frank Otto was:
Joe Palma
Hoodlum (uncredited)
Joe Palma was:
Spencer Quinn
(uncredited)
Spencer Quinn was:
Tom Quinn
Senate Reporter (uncredited)
Tom Quinn was:
Ed Randolph
Senate Reporter (uncredited)
Ed Randolph was:
Charles Regan
Hoodlum (uncredited)
Charles Regan was:
Jack Rice
Lang (uncredited)
Jack Rice was:
Wyndham Standing
Senator Ashman (uncredited)
Wyndham Standing was:
Ferris Taylor
Senator Carlisle (uncredited)
Ferris Taylor was:
Jack Richardson
Senator Manchester (uncredited)
Jack Richardson was:
Walter Soderling
Senator Pickett (uncredited)
Walter Soderling was:
Harry Stafford
Senator Atwater (uncredited)
Harry Stafford was:
Victor Travis
Senator Grainger (uncredited)
Victor Travis was:
Carl Stockdale
Senator Burdette (uncredited)
Carl Stockdale was:
Robert Walker
Senator Holland (uncredited)
Robert Walker was:
Henry Roquemore
Senator (uncredited)
Henry Roquemore was:
Craig Stevens
Senate Reporter (uncredited)
Craig Stevens was:
Paul Stanton
Flood a Newsman (uncredited)
Paul Stanton was:
Johnny Russell
Otis Hopper (uncredited)
Johnny Russell was:
Walter Sande
Newspaperman with Pipe (uncredited)
Walter Sande was:
Frank M. Thomas
Hendricks (uncredited)
Frank M. Thomas was:
Harry Strang
Bodyguard (uncredited)
Harry Strang was:
Harry Tenbrook
Bodyguard (uncredited)
Harry Tenbrook was:
Dave Willock
Senate Guard (uncredited)
Dave Willock was:
Lloyd Whitlock
Schultz (uncredited)
Lloyd Whitlock was:
John Tyrrell
(uncredited)
John Tyrrell was:
Frederick Vroom
Paine's Friend (uncredited)
Frederick Vroom was:
Charles Sullivan
Cab Driver (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan was:
Arthur Thalasso
Doorman (uncredited)
Arthur Thalasso was:
Edward Thomas
Butler (uncredited)
Edward Thomas was:
Laura Treadwell
Mrs. Taylor (uncredited)
Laura Treadwell was:
Layne Tom Jr.
Boy Ranger (uncredited)
Layne Tom Jr. was:
Myonne Walsh
Jane Hopper (uncredited)
Myonne Walsh was:
Billy Wayne
Reporter (uncredited)
Billy Wayne was:
Max Waizmann
Photographer (uncredited)
Max Waizmann was:
John Ward
Photographer (uncredited)
John Ward was:
Jane Loofbourrow
Committeewoman (uncredited)
Jane Loofbourrow was:
Blanche Payson
Committeewoman (uncredited)
Blanche Payson was:
Emma Tansey
Committeewoman (uncredited)
Emma Tansey was:
Bess Wade
Committeewoman (uncredited)
Bess Wade was:
Florence Wix
Committeewoman (uncredited)
Florence Wix was:
Eleanor Wood
Committeewoman (uncredited)
Eleanor Wood was:
Jesse Graves
Black Committeeman (uncredited)
Jesse Graves was:
Gus Glassmire
Angry Committee Member (uncredited)
Gus Glassmire was:
Larry Steers
Committeeman (uncredited)
Larry Steers was:
Landers Stevens
Committeeman (uncredited)
Landers Stevens was:
William Worthington
Committeeman (uncredited)
William Worthington was:
Edward Biby
Foreign Diplomat (uncredited)
Edward Biby was:
Count Stefenelli
Foreign Diplomat (uncredited)
Count Stefenelli was:
David Wade
(uncredited)
David Wade was:
Frank McLure
Senator (uncredited)
Frank McLure was:
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