Passed | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
A man needing money agrees to impersonate a nonexistent person who said he'd be committing suicide as a protest, and a political movement begins.
Although the film seemed poised to make a handsome profit for Frank Capra and Robert Riskin, under federal laws at the time they were required to pay taxes on the income before the profits even came in. Without studio overhead and a steady stream of pictures to keep money ... ...
Long John Willoughby:
Hey, stop worryin', Colonel, fifty bucks ain't gonna ruin me.
The Colonel: I've seen plenty of fellas start out with fifty bucks and wind up with a *bank* account!
Beany: Hey, what's wrong with a bank account, anyway?
The Colonel: And let me tell you, Long John, when you become a ...
During the montage showing John Doe Clubs gaining in popularity, closeups of a map are shown with flags being pinned up for every new club. At the end of the montage, the camera pulls back to show a map of the entire US. However, the final map has substantially fewer flags pinned to it than what was shown during the closeups.
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Lost Horizon (1937)
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