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Frank Capra - It's A Wonderful Life
Writer, Film Director, Artist
Christmas with Frank Capra is a Holiday tradition. Many people would not think of a holiday going by without seeing "It's A Wonderful Life" and /or "Meet John Doe." The films serve as reminders of that which is the true meaning of Christmas.
However, Frank Capra made more than Christmas movies. His romantic comedies seemed to pair just the right actors and actresses for the stories that were written. Romantic comedies such as, "It Happened One Night," with Claudette Colbert and Clark Gable, "Mr. Smith Goes To Washington" with James Stewart in his memorable performance as the last standing man of honor in the House of Representatives.
Frank Capra movies are true works of art. Scripts were well written, well cast, and well read. Many professionals described his directorial methods as legendary. The purpose of this page is to provide information about Frank Capra and his timeless 'cinemagic.'
The Phone Call Scene: It's A Wonderful Life
It's A Wonderful Life
This clip is a masterpiece. "It's A Wonderful Life" with Donna Reed and Jimmy Stewart in a breathless embrace that began with just one phone call.
A Romantic Wish List
Frank Capra And Romance
A box of dark chocolates, a smooth glass of wine, a movie about a smart chic who falls for a guy who wants to be her hero, and a sweetheart to cuddle and share it all with. "It Happened One Night" is a romantic comedy classic starring Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert. The best part about Frank Capra movies is that they are simply timeless in art.
What better way to say "I love you," than to share a box of chocolates and a Frank Capra movie about war and peace, desperation and hope, with a touch of humanity.
It Happened One Night Movie Poster
Do you have a favorite Frank Capra movie?
The Best Frank Capra Movie - Which do you think is the best Frank Capra Movie?
Frank Capra made so many great movies, and each one was something special. From "Arsenic and Old Lace" to "The Lost Horizon" Frank Capra found ways to tell stories that people could not only relate to, but were touched by. The stories were told in such a way that you want to hear them again. Much like reading a good book that is worth picking up again just to relive its magic. Do you have a favorite? Have you seen any of the Frank Capra classics more than once?
The Master At Work
About The Picture
Director Frank Capra Editing Film for "You Can't Take It with You" at Columbia Studios Premium Photographic Print by Rex Hardy Jr.
Meet John Doe - My Favorite
Frank Capra: The Autobiography
In Days Of Auld Lang Syne
A Perfect Gift Is A Story Well Told
It Is A Wonderful Life
Frank Capra had a gift of knowing how to communicate stories on film in such a way that an audience would embrace each character as though they were family in simpler times. Thank you for taking time out of your day to visit this page of information about one of the best directors ever.
The War Years
© 2007 Tonie Cook