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Most of us associate director Frank Capra with the admittedly wonderful holiday film It's a Wonderful Life, starring Jimmy Stewart. Capra himself, despite making 36 movies, was well aware of our tendency to typecast actors and directors (“One man, one film,” he famously quipped). Here, legendary film critic Richard Schickel reassesses Capra's work and legacy, and argues that the man who brought George Bailey and Bedford Falls to life may have been the greatest of American directors.