It's A Wonderful Life
SUMMARY: George Bailey, a desperate and suicidal man, is visited by a guardian angel who shows him how important he has been to those around him in his life.
Some copies for Olathe and Indian Creek are 2-disc color and black and white versions.
Alternate title from container: Frank Capra's It's a wonderful life.
Based on a story by Philip Van Doren Stern.
One side contains a complete, digitally re-mastered feature from the original film negative. The other side contains the exclusive documentary, The Making of It's a wonderful life ; a special tribute to Frank Capra, A personal remembrance, made by Frank Capra, Jr. ; and the original theatrical trailer.
CONTENTS: It's a wonderful life (film) (132 min.) -- Featurette (28 min.).
Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
Audio available in French and Spanish ; subtitles available in English (captioned), French and Spanish.
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(Inscription on 'Tom Sawyer' from Clarence to George) "Remember, George: no man is a failure who has friends."
George Bailey: "...It's this old house. I don't know why we all don't have pneumonia. Drafty old barn! (kicks kitchen chair) Might as well be living in a refrigerator... Why do we have to live here in the first place, and stay around this measly, crummy old town..." Mary Bailey: "George, what's wrong?" George Bailey: "Wrong? Everything's wrong. You call this a happy family -- why do we have to have all these kids?"
Annie: "Boys and girls and music -- why do they need gin?"
Harry Bailey: "A toast to my big brother George: The richest man in town."
Annie (donating to George's community bailout fund): "I been savin' this money for a divorce if ever I get a husband!"
Mr. Potter: "George... I am an old man and most people hate me -- but I don't like them either, so that makes it all even."
Ernie (welcoming George home to his honeymoon suite): "Entré, mon-sewer. Entré."
Clarence: "Strange, isn't it? Each man's life touches so many other lives. When he isn't around he leaves an awful hole, doesn't he?"
George Bailey: "...You... you said... what'd you say a minute ago? They had to wait and save their money before they even ought to think of a decent home. Wait? Wait for what? Until their children grow up and leave them? Until they're so old and broken down that they... Do you know how long it takes a working man to save five thousand dollars? Just remember this, Mr. Potter, that this rabble you're talking about... they do most of the working and paying and living and dying in this community. Well, is it too much to have them work and pay and live and die in a couple of decent rooms and a bath? Anyway, my father didn't think so. People were human beings to him. But to you -- a warped, frustrated old man, they're cattle. Well in my book, my father died a much richer man than you'll ever be!"
George Bailey: "I'm shakin' the dust of this crummy little town off my feet and I'm gonna see the world. Italy, Greece, the Parthenon, the Colosseum. Then, I'm comin' back here to go to college and see what they know. And then I'm gonna build things. I'm gonna build airfields, I'm gonna build skyscrapers a hundred stories high, I'm gonna build bridges a mile long..."
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