History Funny / MrSmithGoesToWashington

19th Aug '17 7:28:00 PM katzos
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-->'''Jeff:''' "What's that? What's that?! Oh...movie house."

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-->'''Jeff:''' "What's that? What's that?! Oh...movie house.""
** This may also count as HilariousInHindsight given that James Stewart had the exact opposite reaction to a movie house at the end of ''Film/ItsAWonderfulLife''
21st Nov '16 4:00:28 AM BobTanaka
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* Poor {{adorkable}} Smith fidgeting with his hat when he is flustered to be talking to the attractive Susan Paine. The camera keeps focus squarely on the ''hat'' for the whole scene.

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* Poor {{adorkable}} Smith fidgeting with his hat when he is flustered to be talking to the attractive Susan Paine. The camera keeps focus squarely on the ''hat'' for the whole scene.scene.
* While Jeff and Saunders are riding in a cab, Jeff is still trying to pick out monuments:
-->'''Jeff:''' "What's that? What's that?! Oh...movie house."
7th Aug '14 9:18:43 PM Jeduthun
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* Smith is justifiably upset when the Paparazzi mock him in the papers, but you've gotta admit, "His First Whiff of Washington" is ActuallyPrettyFunny.

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* Smith is justifiably upset when the Paparazzi mock him in the papers, but you've gotta admit, "His First Whiff of Washington" is ActuallyPrettyFunny.ActuallyPrettyFunny.
* Poor {{adorkable}} Smith fidgeting with his hat when he is flustered to be talking to the attractive Susan Paine. The camera keeps focus squarely on the ''hat'' for the whole scene.
1st Mar '14 6:42:47 AM Jeduthun
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* When Jeff first arrives in Washington, he leaves his escort for a dazzled sight-seeing tour. Meanwhile, Payne, Saunders, and everyone else is going nuts with worry and frustration. So, when Jeff finally makes his way into his office and nervously pokes his head in the door, Saunders's first reaction is to bark at him to beat it.

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* When Jeff first arrives in Washington, he leaves his escort for a dazzled sight-seeing tour. Meanwhile, Payne, Saunders, and everyone else is going nuts with worry and frustration. So, when Jeff finally makes his way into his office and nervously pokes his head in the door, Saunders's first reaction is to bark at him to beat it.it.
* Smith is justifiably upset when the Paparazzi mock him in the papers, but you've gotta admit, "His First Whiff of Washington" is ActuallyPrettyFunny.
30th Apr '13 3:29:00 PM NateTheGreat
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* The pigeon's!

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* The pigeon's!pigeons!
31st Dec '12 8:53:57 AM BobTanaka
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* When Jeff first arrives in Washington, he leaves his escort for a dazzled sight-seeing tour. Meanwhile, Payne, Saunders, and everyone else is going nuts with worry and frustration. So, when Jeff finally makes his way into his office and nervously pokes his head in the door, Saunders's first reaction is to bark at him to beat it.
* The scene at the Lincoln Memorial when Jefferson Smith overhears a little boy standing next to an elderly man (probably the boy's grandfather) and reading the "Gettysburg Address". During this, an elderly black man walks up and takes off his hat. Knowing the year the movie was made it is very possible that both men, white and black, were old enough to remember those events. Its even possible the black man may have been born a slave.
** The above is probably more a [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming CMoH]].

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* When Jeff first arrives in Washington, he leaves his escort for a dazzled sight-seeing tour. Meanwhile, Payne, Saunders, and everyone else is going nuts with worry and frustration. So, when Jeff finally makes his way into his office and nervously pokes his head in the door, Saunders's first reaction is to bark at him to beat it.
* The scene at the Lincoln Memorial when Jefferson Smith overhears a little boy standing next to an elderly man (probably the boy's grandfather) and reading the "Gettysburg Address". During this, an elderly black man walks up and takes off his hat. Knowing the year the movie was made it is very possible that both men, white and black, were old enough to remember those events. Its even possible the black man may have been born a slave.
** The above is probably more a [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming CMoH]].
it.
25th Nov '12 6:24:11 PM appleleaf
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** THe above is probably more a [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming CMoH]].

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** THe The above is probably more a [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming CMoH]].
25th Nov '12 6:23:56 PM appleleaf
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* The scene at the Lincoln Memorial when Jefferson Smith overhears a little boy standing next to an elderly man (probably the boy's grandfather) and reading the "Gettysburg Address". During this, an elderly black man walks up and takes off his hat. Knowing the year the movie was made it is very possible that both men, white and black, were old enough to remember those events. Its even possible the black man may have been born a slave.

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* The scene at the Lincoln Memorial when Jefferson Smith overhears a little boy standing next to an elderly man (probably the boy's grandfather) and reading the "Gettysburg Address". During this, an elderly black man walks up and takes off his hat. Knowing the year the movie was made it is very possible that both men, white and black, were old enough to remember those events. Its even possible the black man may have been born a slave.slave.
** THe above is probably more a [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming CMoH]].
14th Nov '12 9:53:45 PM KFMarion
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* When Jeff first arrives in Washington, he leaves his escort for a dazzled sight-seeing tour. Meanwhile, Payne, Saunders, and everyone else is going nuts with worry and frustration. So, when Jeff finally makes his way into his office and nervously pokes his head in the door, Saunders's first reaction is to bark at him to beat it.

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* When Jeff first arrives in Washington, he leaves his escort for a dazzled sight-seeing tour. Meanwhile, Payne, Saunders, and everyone else is going nuts with worry and frustration. So, when Jeff finally makes his way into his office and nervously pokes his head in the door, Saunders's first reaction is to bark at him to beat it.it.
*The scene at the Lincoln Memorial when Jefferson Smith overhears a little boy standing next to an elderly man (probably the boy's grandfather) and reading the "Gettysburg Address". During this, an elderly black man walks up and takes off his hat. Knowing the year the movie was made it is very possible that both men, white and black, were old enough to remember those events. Its even possible the black man may have been born a slave.
25th Oct '12 3:28:36 PM BobTanaka
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-->'''Senator Macpherson:''' You wouldn't care to put that to a vote, would you, Senator?

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-->'''Senator Macpherson:''' You wouldn't care to put that to a vote, would you, Senator?Senator?
* When Jeff first arrives in Washington, he leaves his escort for a dazzled sight-seeing tour. Meanwhile, Payne, Saunders, and everyone else is going nuts with worry and frustration. So, when Jeff finally makes his way into his office and nervously pokes his head in the door, Saunders's first reaction is to bark at him to beat it.
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