Frank Capra championed the underdog when optimism was in short supply. His revered films contributed to an American mythology infused with populist sentiment, which favored small town values and working class people over the rich and powerful. While most of his films were made during the Great Depression, his message remains quite relevant. It helps that Capra worked with some of the most magnificent actors from Hollywood's Golden Age. Here are five of his greatest works, presented in beautiful new digital restorations. See them with your neighbors.