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WW2 Frank Capra in uniform
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The attached profile of director Frank Capra was written five years before he directed "It's a Wonderful Life" and gives a tidy account as to the course of his career up until 1942, when he was inducted as a major in the U.S. Army Signal Corps.

Click here to read other 1940s articles about Frank Capra and his film, "It's a Wonderful Life".

       •Watch a Short Film Clip from Capra's W.W. II Documentary WHY WE FIGHT•


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The Director: Frank Capra (Rob Wagner's Script, 1942)

The Director: Frank Capra (Rob Wagner's Script, 1942)

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