Frank Capra

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Noun1.Frank Capra - United States film maker (1897-1991)Frank Capra - United States film maker (1897-1991)
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Which Frank Capra classic is Sir Paul McCartney adapting for his first stage musical?
The former Beatle will bring Frank Capra's beloved 1946 festive fantasy drama to life along with film and theatre producer Bill Kenwright and screen and playwright Lee Hall, who is responsible for its book and lyrics.
The musical is based on Frank Capra's 1946 film starring James Stewart.
As a 57-year resident of Illinois, I can't help but feel that our state is quickly becoming Pottersville, like the scenes from the Frank Capra classic "It's a Wonderful Life" in which George Bailey saw his hometown of Bedford Falls had turned into a community focused on gambling, drinking and illicit behavior.
The film has had a remarkable run on the international festival circuit, being a recipient of more than 20 awards worldwide, including being the only Pakistani film to win 'Best Science Fiction / Fantasy Film' at the Comic-Con International-IFF and the prestigious 'Frank Capra Award' named after acclaimed American filmmaker and 3-time Oscar winner Frank Capra
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Synopsis: "Cry Wilderness" is author and filmmaker Frank Capra's never published, and often speculated about novel of Silver Lake which was his favorite place nestled in the jagged cliffs of the eastern Sierra Nevadas.
For history buffs and movie buffs, the 1942-45 Frank Capra series "Why We Fight" is a masterpiece.
Frank Capra; CRY WILDERNESS; Rare Bird Books (Fiction: Literary) 26.95 ISBN: 9781947856301
Fantle, a professor of film and culture who interviews, writes, and speaks about Hollywood's Golden Age, and Johnson, an editor and writer of movie reviews and features, offer 75 interviews with artists who starred, directed, wrote, choreographed, or composed musical scores for movies and television shows from the Golden Age, such as Steve Allen, Ed Asner, Fred Astaire, Lucille Ball, Milton Berle, Jacqueline Bisset, George Burns, James Cagney, Frank Capra, Hoagy Carmichael, Cyd Charisse, Angie Dickinson, Peter Falk, George Hamilton, Tippi Hedren, Charlton Heston, Bob Hope, Gene Kelly, Martin Landau, Jerry Lewis, Karl Malden, Bob Newhart, Gregory Peck, Debbie Reynolds, Mickey Rooney, Artie Shaw, Robert Wagner, and Eli Wallach.
Frank Capra's classic tells the tale of a smalltown philanthropist whose loan company has gone bust and who is saved from suicide by an elderly angel played by Henry Travers.
Frank Capra Achievement Award recipient Mary Rae Thewlis began her career as a trainee in the DGA's training program before eventually shifting to television, where she gained experience assistant directing on the sets of "Law & Order" and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit." Soon after she became a producer and unit production manager for "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," a gig she held for nearly a decade.