You Can't Take It with You

You'll love them all for giving you the swellest time you've ever had!

Categories: Comedy, Romance, Drama
Alice, the only relatively normal member of the eccentric Sycamore family, falls in love with Tony Kirby. His wealthy banker father, Anthony P. Kirby, and his snobbish mother, strongly disapprove of the match. When the Kirbys are invited to dinner to become better acquainted with their future in-laws, things do not turn out the way Alice had hoped.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1938-08-23
Run time: 126 minute / 2:6
Budget: $1,644,736
Revenue: $7,433,101
Director: Frank Capra
Writer: Robert Riskin
Production Company : Columbia Pictures
Production Country: United States of America





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Jean Arthur
as Alice Sycamore
Lionel Barrymore
as Grandpa Martin Vanderhof
James Stewart
as Tony Kirby
Edward Arnold
as Anthony P. Kirby
Mischa Auer
as Boris Kolenkhov
Ann Miller
as Essie Carmichael
Spring Byington
as Penny Sycamore
Samuel S. Hinds
as Paul Sycamore
Donald Meek
as Mr. Poppins
H.B. Warner
as Mr. Ramsey
Halliwell Hobbes
as Mr. DePinna
Dub Taylor
as Ed Carmichael
Mary Forbes
as Mrs. Anthony P. Kirby
Lillian Yarbo
as Rheba
Eddie "Rochester" Anderson
as Donald
Clarence Wilson
as John Blakely
Josef Swickard
as Professor
Ann Doran
as Maggie O'Neill
Christian Rub
as Schmidt
Bodil Rosing
as Mrs. Schmidt
Charles Lane
as Henderson
Harry Davenport
as Judge
Irving Bacon
as Henry - the Head Waiter (uncredited)
Ward Bond
as Mike - the Detective (uncredited)
James Burke
as Chief Detective (uncredited)
Eddy Chandler
as Plainclothes Policeman (uncredited)
Anne Cornwall
as Miss Jones - Blakely's Secretary (uncredited)
Nell Craig
as Blakely's Inquisitive Office Worker (uncredited)
Edgar Dearing
as Bill - Plainclothes Policeman (uncredited)
Pat Flaherty
as Police Guard at Courtroom Entrance (uncredited)
Robert Greig
as Lord Melville (uncredited)
Kit Guard
as Inmate Wearing Black Cap (uncredited)
John Hamilton
as Kirby's Dining Guest (uncredited)
Edward Hearn
as Court Attendant (uncredited)
Russell Hicks
as Kirby's Attorney (uncredited)
Edward Keane
as Board Member (uncredited)
Pert Kelton
as Inmate (uncredited)
Edwin Maxwell
as Kirby's Attorney (uncredited)
Frank McLure
as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Charles McMurphy
as Guard (uncredited)
James Millican
as Policeman (uncredited)
Edward Peil Sr.
as Neighbor Helping with Move (uncredited)
Ian Wolfe
as Kirby's Secretary (uncredited)
Eugene Anderson Jr
as Bobby (uncredited)
Stanley Andrews
as Attorney to Kirby at Arraignment (uncredited)
William Arnold
as Reporter (uncredited)
Johnny Arthur
as Kirby's Office Aide (uncredited)
Frank Austin
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Harry A. Bailey
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Joseph E. Bernard
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Beatrice Blinn
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Charles Brinley
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Beatrice Curtis
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Betty Farrington
as Neighbor (uncredited)
John Ince
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Stella LeSaint
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Margaret Mann
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Tina Marshall
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Eva McKenzie
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Fred Parker
as Neighbor (uncredited)
George C. Pearce
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Ed Randolph
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Frances Raymond
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Bert Starkey
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Dorothy Vernon
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Bess Wade
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Gladys Blake
as Mary (uncredited)
Joe Bordeaux
as Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks
as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Stanley Brown
as Newsboy (uncredited)
Gloria Browne
as Child Dancer (uncredited)
Wallis Clark
as Bill Hughes (uncredited)
Chester Clute
as Hammond (uncredited)
Nick Copeland
as Barber (uncredited)
Dick Curtis
as Strongarm Man (uncredited)
Sidney D'Albrook
as Trustee (uncredited)
Lew Davis
as Reporter (uncredited)
Lester Dorr
as Reporter (uncredited)
Jack Gardner
as Reporter (uncredited)
William Lally
as Reporter (uncredited)
Gene Morgan
as Reporter (uncredited)
Vernon Dent
as Expressman (uncredited)
Kay Deslys
as Woman (uncredited)
Florence Dudley
as Woman (uncredited)
Almeda Fowler
as Woman (uncredited)
Alice Keating
as Woman (uncredited)
Georgia O'Dell
as Woman (uncredited)
Dagmar Oakland
as Woman (uncredited)
Rosemary Theby
as Woman (uncredited)
Homer Dickenson
as Man (uncredited)
Oliver Eckhardt
as Man (uncredited)
Sterrett Ford
as Man (uncredited)
Jesse Graves
as Man (uncredited)
Louis King
as Man (uncredited)
Bob Kortman
as Man (uncredited)
Ralph McCullough
as Man (uncredited)
Clive Morgan
as Man (uncredited)
Cy Schindell
as Man (uncredited)
Harry Semels
as Man (uncredited)
Ernest Shields
as Man (uncredited)
S.S. Simon
as Man at Jail (uncredited)
Victor Travis
as Man (uncredited)
Roland Dupree
as Child Dancer (uncredited)
Edward Earle
as Bank Manager (uncredited)
Jim Farley
as Police Sergeant (uncredited)
Eddie Fetherston
as Worried Neighbor (uncredited)
James Flavin
as Jailer (uncredited)
Byron Foulger
as Kirby's Assistant (uncredited)
Dick French
as Bank Clerk (uncredited)
Carlton Griffin
as Bank Clerk (uncredited)
Dick Rush
as Bank Guard (uncredited)
Bruce Sidney
as Bank Clerk (uncredited)
Harry Stafford
as Bank Clerk (uncredited)
Carlie Taylor
as Bank Clerk (uncredited)
Joe Geil
as Child Dancer (uncredited)
Billy Wolfstone
as Child Dancer (uncredited)
Chuck Hamilton
as Guard (uncredited)
Oscar "Dutch" Hendrian
as Ice Man (uncredited)
Harry Hollingsworth
as Doorman (uncredited)
Paul Irving
as Office Manager (uncredited)
Boyd Irwin
as Attorney to Kirby at Arraignment (uncredited)
Eddie Kane
as Attorney to Kirby (uncredited)
Frank Mills
as Trustee (uncredited)
Bruce Mitchell
as Policeman in Park (uncredited)
Wedgwood Nowell
as Diner (uncredited)
Blanche Payson
as Matron (uncredited)
Lee Phelps
as Bailiff (uncredited)
Hilda Plowright
as Lady Melville (uncredited)
Doris Rankin
as Mrs. Leach (uncredited)
Ky Robinson
as Court Policeman (uncredited)
Frank Shannon
as Mac (uncredited)
C.L. Sherwood
as Drunk (uncredited)
Edwin Stanley
as Executive (uncredited)
Bert Stevens
as Court Bailiff (uncredited)
Laura Treadwell
as Kirby's Dining Guest (uncredited)
John Tyrrell
as Strongarm Man (uncredited)
Walter Walker
as Governor Leach (uncredited)
Pierre Watkin
as Attorney to Kirby (uncredited)
Pat West
as Expressman (uncredited)
Larry Wheat
as Kirby's Secretary (uncredited)
Alex Woloshin
as Russian General in Jail (uncredited)
Bess Flowers
as Martin's Neighbor in Courtroom
Directing
Frank Capra Director

Production
Frank Capra Producer

Sound
Dimitri Tiomkin Music

Camera
Joseph Walker Director of Photography

Writing
Robert Riskin Screenplay
Robert Riskin Scenario Writer

Art
Stephen Goosson Art Direction

Editing
Gene Havlick Editor

Writing
Moss Hart Theatre Play

Art
Lionel Banks Art Department Coordinator

Sound
Morris Stoloff Music
George Parrish Orchestrator
Edward Bernds Sound Editor

Camera
Irving Lippman Still Photographer

Writing
George S. Kaufman Theatre Play

Costume & Make-Up
Bernard Newman Costume Design
Irene Costume Design

Writing
Charles C. Coleman Dialogue

Directing
Arthur S. Black Jr. Assistant Director

Sound
Max Reese Orchestrator

Crew
Garry A. Harris Sound Recordist

Costume & Make-Up
William Knight Makeup Artist





















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