(390th Page on this Wikia!) The President of the Senate is a minor character in Frank Capra's 1939 film, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.
He was portrayed by Harry Carey.
Why He Rocks
- He really made his limited screen time count.
- He's had some hilarious one-liners within the film, such as "The chair recognizes the... uh... rather strong-lunged junior senator", or "Our young Senator will make a good orator when his voice stops changing."
- He was shown to be very supportive to Jefferson when the time calls for it.
- When Smith was framed for doing a Boy Rangers camp for his own personal gain, the President was one of the only people who continued to support him.
- He's one of the most down-to-earth characters in the film.
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