Glenn tells the story of Frank Capra, who directed some of America’s most famous films, including It’s a Wonderful Life and “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. An immigrant haunted by his own wild success, Capra enlisted in the U.S. Army during World War II at the height of his career. He emerged from that dark experience to make the most unlikely hit film of his life.
May 09, 2018
Glenn speaks with Frank Grunwald, a Holocaust survivor, who's mother and brother died in the Auschwitz gas chambers in 1944.