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Christmas Blessing

After finding out that George was in dire financial need, his community comes together to give George the greatest gift of all - the love and support of his friends and family.

Themes: Giving, Goodness, Humanity, Money, Generosity, Community, Riches, Gifts, Appreciation, Relationships, Friendship, Helping, Family, Altruism, Christmas


4.7/5 Stars (3 ratings)

Comments (3)

  • Meese (over 2 years ago)

    The value of a single life and the ripple effect of his existence into so many others No matter that they (at the time) referred to it as 'Capracorn', it has remained one of the most important, iconic representations of a 'good man's struggle and decent into despair. The realization that each person's life is dependent on another's... What is true wealth? Measured in the (number of) friends one has.

  • jackieking (over 8 years ago)

    love this movie!

  • greg_cruse (over 8 years ago)

    Easily the best Christmas movie ever made. This scene always gets me teary-eyed.

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"It's A Wonderful Life" movie clips poster

George Bailey spends his entire life giving up his big dreams for the good of his town, Bedford Falls, as we see in flashback. But in the present, on Christmas Eve, he is broken and suicidal over the misplacing of an $8000 loan and the machinations of the evil millionaire, Mr. Potter. His guardian angel, Clarence, falls to Earth, literally, and shows him how his town, family, and friends would turn out if he had never been born. George meant so much to so many people; should he really throw it all away?

MPAA: Not Rated

Principal Cast: James Stewart, Donna Reed and Lionel Barrymore

Director: Frank Capra

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