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    A reporter's fraudulent story turns a tramp into a national hero in Meet John Doe (1941), directed by Frank Capra.

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Meet John Doe -- (Original Trailer)
Meet John Doe trailer
Meet John Doe -- (Original Trailer)
A reporter's fraudulent story turns a tramp into a national hero in Meet John Doe (1941), directed by Frank Capra.>
Guest Programmer: John Singleton -- (TCM Promo)
Director John Singleton joins Robert Osborne as Guest...
Guest Programmer: John Singleton -- (TCM Promo)
Director John Singleton joins Robert Osborne as Guest Programmer, introducing Lassie Come Home, Meet John Doe, High Noon, Gunga Din and Psycho, at 8pm EDT Tuesday, September 30th.>
Meet John Doe (1941) -- (Movie Clip) It's...
Significant SPOILER here, as "John Doe" (Gary Cooper)...
Meet John Doe (1941) -- (Movie Clip)...
Meet John Doe (1941) -- (Movie Clip) It's Worth Living For!
Significant SPOILER here, as “John Doe” (Gary Cooper) contemplates jumping after all, power broker Norton (Edward Arnold) and his men offering cynical advice, and Ann (Barbara Stanwyck) breaks down in a desperate last attempt, nearing the climax of Frank Capra’s Meet John Doe, 1941. >
Meet John Doe (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Tear Down All...
"John Doe" (Gary Cooper) delivers his first radio address,...
Meet John Doe (1941) -- (Movie Clip)...
Meet John Doe (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Tear Down All The Fences!
"John Doe" (Gary Cooper) delivers his first radio address, written by Ann (Barbara Stanwyck), who invented his persona, to listeners including his pal "the colonel" (Walter Brennan), editor Connell (James Gleason) and evil magnate Norton (Edward Arnold) in Frank Capra's Meet John Doe, 1941. >
Meet John Doe (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Matter of...
Gary Cooper, having agreed to become the fictional and...
Meet John Doe (1941) -- (Movie Clip)...
Meet John Doe (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Matter of Principle!
Vagrant Gary Cooper, having agreed to become the fictional and suicidal "John Doe," dines with pal "The Colonel" (Walter Brennan) as journalists Ann (Barbara Stanwyck) and Connell (James Gleason) plan their campaign, in Frank Capra's Meet John Doe, 1941.>
Meet John Doe -- (Movie Clip) Opening, Streamlined
Opening titles followed by a searing exercise in newsroom...
Meet John Doe -- (Movie Clip) Opening, Streamlined
Opening titles followed by a searing exercise in newsroom house-cleaning, featuring Ann (Barbara Stanwyck) pleading with Connell (James Gleason) in Frank Capra's Meet John Doe, 1941.>
Barbara Stanwyck -- (Movie Promo) by Laura Dern
Actress Laura Dern offers this personal appreciation of...
Barbara Stanwyck -- (Movie Promo) by Laura Dern
Actress Laura Dern offers this personal appreciation of TCM's December, 2012 Star Of The Month, Barbara Stanwyck.>
Meet John Doe (1941) -- (Movie Clip) What Does He...
Not yet revealed to the public, ex-minor leaguer Willoughby...
A reporter's fraudulent story turns...
Meet John Doe (1941) -- (Movie Clip) What Does He Do All Day?
Not yet unveiled as the bogus "John Doe," ex-pitcher Willoughby (Gary Cooper) killing time on the newspaper’s dime, with pal “the colonel” (Walter Brennan), reporter Beany (Irving Bacon) playing along, infiltrator Mike (Pat Flaherty) sowing doubt, in Frank Capra’s Meet John Doe, 1941. >
Meet John Doe (1941) -- (Movie Clip) The Greed,...
Staff-slashing editor Connell (James Gleason) doesn't know...
Meet John Doe (1941) -- (Movie Clip) The...
Meet John Doe (1941) -- (Movie Clip) The Greed, The Lust, The Hate, The Fear
Staff-slashing editor Connell (James Gleason) doesn’t know that Ann (Barbara Stanwyck), whom he fired the day before, invented “John Doe,” whose suicidal letter she featured in her final column, cueing her brilliant speech to win back her job, in Frank Capra’s Meet John Doe, 1941. >
Robert Osborne Intro -- Meet John Doe (1941)
Robert Osborne introduces Meet John Doe, 1941.
Robert Osborne Intro -- Meet John Doe...
Robert Osborne Intro -- Meet John Doe (1941)
Robert Osborne introduces Meet John Doe, 1941. >
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