Arsenic And Old Lace Script

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Director:Frank Capra
Written by:Joseph Kesselring (Theatre Play), Julius J. Epstein (Screenplay), Philip G. Epstein (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Mortimer Brewster, a newspaper drama critic, playwright and author known for his diatribes against marriage, suddenly falls in love and gets married; but when he makes a quick trip home to tell his two maiden aunts, he finds out his aunts' hobby - killing lonely old men and burying them in the cellar!

State Of The Union Script

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Director:Frank Capra
Written by:Howard Lindsay (Theatre Play), Russel Crouse (Theatre Play), Anthony Veiller (Screenplay), Myles Connolly (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:An industrialist is urged to run for President, but this requires uncomfortable compromises on both political and marital levels.

You Can’t Take It With You Script

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Director:Frank Capra
Written by:Robert Riskin (Scenario Writer), Robert Riskin (Screenplay), George S. Kaufman (Theatre Play), Moss Hart (Theatre Play)

Script Synopsis:Alice, the only relatively normal member of the eccentric Sycamore family, falls in love with Tony Kirby. His wealthy banker father, Anthony P. Kirby, and his snobbish mother, strongly disapprove of the match. When the Kirbys are invited to dinner to become better acquainted with their future in-laws, things do not turn out the way Alice had hoped.

Here Comes The Groom Script

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Director:Frank Capra

Script Synopsis:Foreign correspondent Pete Garvey has 5 days to win back his former fiancée, or he'll lose the orphans he adopted.

Pocketful Of Miracles Script

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Director:Frank Capra
Written by:Harry Tugend (Writer), Hal Kanter (Writer), Jimmy Cannon (Dialogue)

Script Synopsis:Damon Runyon's fairytale, sweet and funny, is told by director Frank Capra. Boozy, brassy Apple Annie, a beggar with a basket of apples, is as much as part of downtown New York as old Broadway itself. Bootlegger Dave the Dude is a sucker for her apples --- he thinks they bring him luck. But Dave and girlfriend Queenie Martin need a lot more than luck when it turns out that Annie is in a jam and only they can help: Annie's daughter Louise, who has lived all her life in a Spanish convent, is coming to America with a Count and his son. The count's son wants to marry Louise, who thinks her mother is part of New York society. It's up to Dave and Queenie and their Runyonesque cronies to turn Annie into a lady and convince the Count and his son that they are hobnobbing with New York's elite.

Platinum Blonde

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Director:Frank Capra
Written by:Harry Chandlee (Story), Douglas W. Churchill (Story), Robert Riskin (Dialogue), Jo Swerling (Adaptation)

Script Synopsis:Anne Schuyler is an upper-crust socialite who bullies her reporter husband into conforming to her highfalutin ways. The husband chafes at the confinement of high society, though, and yearns for a creative outlet. He decides to write a play and collaborates with a fellow reporter.

Mr. Deeds Goes to Town

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Director:Frank Capra
Written by:Clarence Budington Kelland (Story), Robert Riskin (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Longfellow Deeds lives in a small town, leading a small town kind of life. When a relative dies and leaves Deeds a fortune, Longfellow moves to the big city where he becomes an instant target for everyone. Deeds outwits them all until Babe Bennett comes along. When small-town boy meets big-city girl anything can, and does, happen.

Meet John Doe

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Director:Frank Capra
Written by:Richard Connell (Story), Robert Presnell Sr. (Story), Robert Riskin (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:As a parting shot, fired reporter Ann Mitchell prints a fake letter from unemployed "John Doe," who threatens suicide in protest of social ills. The paper is forced to rehire Ann and hires John Willoughby to impersonate "Doe." Ann and her bosses cynically milk the story for all it's worth, until the made-up "John Doe" philosophy starts a whole political movement.

Lost Horizon

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Director:Frank Capra
Written by:James Hilton (Novel), Robert Riskin (Screenplay), Sidney Buchman (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:British diplomat Robert Conway and a small group of civilians crash land in the Himalayas, and are rescued by the people of the mysterious, Eden-like valley of Shangri-la. Protected by the mountains from the world outside, where the clouds of World War II are gathering, Shangri-la provides a seductive escape for the world-weary Conway.

American Madness

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Director:Frank Capra
Written by:Robert Riskin (Author)

Script Synopsis:American Madness is a film from director Frank Capra from 1932. Set during the depression the film depicts a bank trustee involved in a robbery scandal.