Yahoo España Búsqueda web

Search results

  1. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington is a 1939 American political comedy-drama film directed by Frank Capra, starring Jean Arthur and James Stewart, and featuring Claude Rains and Edward Arnold. The film is about a naive, newly appointed United States senator who fights against government corruption, and was written by Sidney Buchman , based ...

  2. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (en España y en Argentina, Caballero sin espada; en el resto de Hispanoamérica, El señor Smith va a Washington) [3] es una película de comedia dramática de 1939, dirigida por Frank Capra y protagonizada por Jean Arthur, James Stewart y Claude Rains como actores principales.

  3. With Jean Arthur, James Stewart, Claude Rains, Edward Arnold. A naive youth leader is appointed to fill a vacancy in the U.S. Senate. His idealistic plans promptly collide with corruption at home and subterfuge from his hero in Washington, but he tries to forge ahead despite attacks on his character.

  4. Caballero sin espada es una película dirigida por Frank Capra con James Stewart, Jean Arthur, Claude Rains, Edward Arnold .... Año: 1939. Título original: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. Sinopsis: Jefferson Smith (James Stewart), un joven ingenuo e idealista, que parece fácilmente manipulable, es nombrado senador.

  5. Mr. Smith Goes To Washington. James Stewart takes on the powers-that-be in our nation's capitol in Frank Capra's timeless classic. Nominated for eleven 1939 Oscars (r), including best picture. 3,715 IMDb 8.1 2 h 9 min 1939. X-Ray HDR UHD 13+. Comedy · Drama · Emotional · Fun. Available to rent or buy. Rent. HD $3.99. Buy. HD $12.99. More purchase.

  6. Watchlist. When the idealistic young Jefferson Smith (James Stewart) winds up appointed to the United States Senate, he gains the mentorship of Senator Joseph Paine (Claude Rains).

  7. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, American dramatic film, released in 1939, by director Frank Capra that angered the political establishment but won wide acclaim from the public and film industry. The story concerns Jefferson Smith (played by James Stewart), a hokey, idealistic youth leader who is.