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Remastered ‘You Can’t Take It With You’ Hits Blu-ray In December


Director Frank Capra’s classic screwball comedy You Can’t Take It With Youwhich stars James Stewart debuts on Blu-ray December 8 via Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Digitally restored and mastered in 4K, the Blu-ray also comes with a 24-page collectible Digibook which features rare photos and a new essay from film historian Jeremy Arnold.

The story centers on Alice Sycamore (Arthur), a woman who, though steady as a rock, is part of a family filled with free spirits. When Alice falls for an earnest son (Stewart) from a conceited, wealthy family, sparks fly between the new couple and their respective clan. Released in 1938, the feature won the Academy Award for Best Picture, with Capra taking home a Best Director Oscar.

Special features include commentary from Frank Capra Jr. and author Cathrine Kellison, the original trailer and the featurette “Frank Capra Jr. Remembers…You Can’t Take It With You.”


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