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It's A Wonderful Life

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It's a Wonderful Life is a classic film made in 1946 about an angel who shows a business man what it would be like if he were never born. It is often aired during the Christmas season.
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Clarence P. Odbody (played by Henry Travers).
At the end of the movie, Clarence gave George Bailey the book "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" with the inscription, "Remember, George. No man is a failure who has friends."
No. The two are both Christmas classics, but with different story lines. The message the movie Scrooge (A Christmas Carol) conveys is: Keep Christmas in your heart all throughout the year. It's a Wonderful Life, on the other hand, conveys the message that: Every life affects another therefore...
The setting was in a small town called Bedford Falls during the Christmas Holidays.
Joseph Granby played the (voice role) of Joseph and Henry Travers played the role of Clarence Odbody.
Dear George, Remember no man is a failure who has friends. Thanks for the wings! Love Clarence.
It's A Wonderful Life was released long before there was a movie ratings system. If it were released today, it would most likely be rated G.
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Yes, he played George Bailey.
Clarence wrote an inscription in the book he gave George. It said, "Remember, George. No man is a failure who has friends."
The genre of the 1946 movie version of ' It's a Wonderful Life ' is: fantasy, drama, romance.
George Bailey was the main character in It's A Wonderful Life. Other prominent characters were his wife, Mary, and his guardian angel, Clarence.
Mr. Potter was the mean banker who was trying to take over the Bailey Building & Loan, thus controlling all of the town's money.
Clarence gave George the book he carried, "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer," with an inscription that said, "Remember, George. No man is a failure who has friends."
The film is the 1945 feature 'The Bells of St. Mary's', which starred Bing Crosby and Ingrid Bergman.
== Answer ==   yes   == Answer ==   Mr. Wonderful to my knowledge is not deceased. There is an article about him on the internet under kayfabememories.com if you would like to read about him.   ANSWER   No he is still very much alive.
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First off the word is angel. His name was Clarence Oddbody
None. Frank Capra's classic 1946 comedy-drama, which has become a Christmastime favorite, was nominated for five Academy Awards, but did not win anything. It received nominations for Best Picture, Best Director (Capra), Best Actor (James Stewart), Best Film Editing (William Hornbeck) and Best Sound...
George loses his hearing as a child when he jumps into an icy pond to save his brother Harry.
Clarence received his angel's wings in It's A Wonderful Life for helping George Bailey.
George's guardian angel in It's a Wonderful Life is: Clarence Oddbody.
The movie did not win any Oscars, but it was nominated for five: Best PictureBest Actor - James StewartBest Director - Frank CapraBest Sound, RecordingBest Film Editing
He sustained an ear infection after saving his brother Harry in an accident on a frozen pond. As a result, George lost the hearing in the ear.
every time a bell rings, an angel gets its wings
The snow was a combination of foamite, soap, and water that was  pumped through a wind machine.
No. It's A Wonderful Life was an original screenplay. It was not based on a book.
Donna Reed was 25 years old when It's a Wonderful Life was made.
It's a Wonderful Life was released in 1946, and the film was set in  present day at the time.
They sing the traditional American song, "Buffalo Gals".
The movie received decent reviews from critics with The New York Times declaring that James Stewart deserved an Oscar for the role. However, the film was considered a box office disappointment at the time, garnering only $3.3 million.
The mean banker in the movie is Mr. Potter. He is brilliantly portrayed by Lionel Barrymore.
Twice. NBC now has exclusive rights to the film.
Ernie Bishop. Played by the late, great Frank Faylen. In later years, Faylen would play Dobie's father, Herbert T. Gillis.
Clarence is the apprentice angel, and the head angel that he talks to in the movie is named Joseph.
Bert the police officer is played by Ward Bond.
It's a Wonderful Life takes place in the fictional town of Bedford Falls, New York.
It's A Wonderful Life is set in the town of Bedford Falls.
The primary characters are George and Mary Bailey, the angel Clarence, and the antagonist of the story, Mr. Potter.
The film was predicated upon the short story 'The Greatest Gift ' by Philip Van Doren Stern .
It is essentially a reverse- take-off on the Scrooge theme- both involve businessmen- in (Life)- a banker, and in Scrooge a loan-shark or pawnbroker- both have morbid sub-themes- and occur in the Christmas Season.l There are those who argue that ( It"s a wonderful life) is in a sense an inverse of...
In those days, when a family member died, you wore the stripe to show people you were in mourning. He did it after his father died.
If George left the Building and Loan, it would die.
James Stewart, who was nominated as Best Actor of 1947 for his performance in the Frank Capra fantasy.
It's a Wonderful Life takes place in the fictional town of Bedford  Falls, New York.
It wasn't really a dream. Clarence, the angel, showed George Bailey  what his life would have been like if he had never existed. If it  wasn't for George Bailey, the evil Mr. Potter would have taken over  the whole town, George's brother would have died as a child, the  people of the town would...
Buffalo Gals Won't You Come Out Tonight.
Janie is practicing 'Hark The Herald Angel Sing' on the piano over and over again.
The film It's a Wonderful Life came out in 1946 .
Clarence is reading the The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain.
Clarence was the apprentice angel who helped Jimmy Stewart's character, George Bailey.
The main characters in It's a Wonderful Life were George Bailey and  his wife Mary. Other important characters were George's mother,  brother, and Uncle Billy. There were George and Mary's children -  Pete, Janie, Zuzu, and Tommy. And don't forget the evil Mr. Potter,  George's nemesis.
Hre never really lights a cigar, but in a ritual he has obviously performed since child hood, he pull a cigar LIGHTER and wishes for a million dollars. Contraptions like that were part and parcel in drugstores around the 1900's, and young boys wold make up games with them until the storekeepers ran...
It's a raven, and he's Uncle Billy's pet. Really, Frank Capra had used Jimmy the Raven in "You Can't Take It With You" in 1938 and just liked him so much that he tried to find a spot for him in whatever film he could.
"The Greatest Gift" written by Philip Van Doren Stern
Cary Grant was originally earmarked for the role of George Bailey. However, when Frank Capra inherited the movie, he wrote the script to fit Jimmy Stewart.
Yes. Bert was a police officer, played by Ward Bond. Ernie was a cab driver played by Frank Faylen.
"Every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings."
"I wish I had a million dollars . . . Hot dog!"
Lionel Barrymore was disabled, having broken his hip twice due to his debilitating arthritis. By this point in his career, he was confined to a wheelchair. This didn't hinder his acting career, though. He simply played his roles in a wheelchair or remained seated.