A forgotten populist precursor to Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, this 1932 comedy stars Lee Tracy as a freshman congressman the script describes as “a one-man vigilante committee who is in Washington to destroy the Scribes and Pharisees.” When the Scribes and Pharisees try to put him out of office by staging a fixed recount of his election, he calls on a few old army buddies—in town for the Bonus March—for an armed showdown. James Cruze directed; with Constance Cummings.