Capra

(redirected from Frank Capra)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Capra

genus of wild goats and ibexes, e.g. C. falconeri (markhor) and C. ibex (Alpine ibex).
References in periodicals archive ?
13, 2005, should read: Presenters for this year's awards included Debbie Allen (Fame), Frank Capra, Jr.
2) no caption (''The Premiere Frank Capra Collection'')
Directed by Frank Capra and starring James Stewart as George Bailey, it tells the story of George, a man whose imminent suicide on Christmas Eve leads to him encountering his very own guardian angel, Clarence Odbody, specially sent to redeem George's peace of mind and change his perspective on life.
Presented in chronological order, these interviews feature such noted directors as Billy Wilder, Frank Capra, Federico Fellini, William Friedkin, John Schlesinger, Robert Wise, Robert Linklater and Martha Coolidge.
All you have to do is walk by the art deco storefront of Montrose Bowl or pass the gritty daytime darkness of Avignone's Bar to feel like you're on the set of a Frank Capra picture.
There's a yearning among the public for family values and feel good movies that used to be produced by Frank Capra 50 years ago," says Charles E.
I am a fan of Jimmy Stewart, the actor, and Frank Capra, the director.
A REMAKE of the Frank Capra classic comedy Mr Deeds Goes To Town, the success of this new version depends on how much you like American comedian Adam Sandler.
Shining Hours/Forgiving Rhyme," about a postwar jam session in a Texas suburb - two African-Americans, two Irish-Americans, a Jewish refugee from Germany, and a wide-eyed kid - as refracted years later through memories of Norman Rockwell, is almost too perfect, Walter Benjamin as Frank Capra, and why not?
But The Client is a relic of an earlier, more innocent time, watched mostly by an aging demographic: people who remember Frank Capra and miss him.
Comments by Stevens' colleagues--directors John Huston, Fred Zinnemann, Frank Capra, Alan Pakula, and Rouben Mamoulian; producer Pandro S.
For 1938's classic "You Can't Take It With You," Stewart teamed for the first time with Frank Capra, the director who guided him during several of his most memorable performances.