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A Tribute to It's a Wonderful Life

No matter how many times we watch this movie we still cry when George Bailey is confronted with the evidence that he really is the richest man in idyllic Bedford Falls. Ironically, this classic Frank Capra/James Stewart collaboration was largely ignored by the movie watching public until 1973 when a clerical error allowed it to slip into public domain status and the television networks re-ran it again and again virtually for free. It was then that it was discovered and categorized as the "quintessential holiday movie." We believe its message applies year-round and as such we give you our Tribute to It's A Wonderful Life.

It's a Wonderful Life DVD Spotlight

It's a Wonderful Life (60th Anniversary Edition) , - this special DVD offers great extras including two "making of" documentaries.

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Mr. Smith. Mr. Bailey. Mr. Dodd. Mr. Everyman. Mr. Stewart. You'll find them all in our Tribute to James Stewart.

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It's a Wonderful Life

Clarence ( Henry Travers ):

"You see George, you really had a wonderful life."

George suffers from a physical disability, what is it?