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It's A Wonderful Life
Not much to say. Colorized version adds an interesting dynamic. Classic that every family should watch to remind us what's or rather who is important.Published 6 days ago by Christopher O.
I have finally come to appreciate this move more than I ever imagined I would. What made me purchase this after never viewing this previously , was the Special Collector's set at... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Stephanie Williams
great movie- was gift- arrived on time looking forward to enjoyingPublished 11 days ago by Maggie O
What's not to love?! A Christmas classic - though it wasn't well received when it first was released. Good, clear picture and sound. Nice collector package with 2 discs.Published 12 days ago by Simply Elegant
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|Why are most male film actors so short?||
so that they fit into the screen
Dec 18, 2010 by Richard McCaul | See all 3 posts
You're certainly entitled to your preferences but why do we have to "let the past...go?" It's not as though black & white is the equivalent of "broken" or "defective."
Nov 6, 2008 by MacGuffin | See all 301 posts
|Question about It's a Wonderful Life||
It was specified in their business charter. If they closed before 6pm the state could take away their business license. George mentioned that when he was talking to Uncle Billy. Presumably, Potter would make sure their license would be revoked if they closed.
Jan 19, 2010 by MadMikeyD | See all 4 posts
If it were made out of solid gold - it would be a lot more expensive.
Feb 11, 2013 by Amazon Customer | See all 2 posts
|Ooops, Clarence!! Possible Timeline Anomalies in 'It's A Wonderful Life'||
There were 1,450 bank failures in 1932. And Medals of Honor take a long time to vet and be awarded; in rare cases they took forty years or more. There is one definite timeline problem: Clarence says Harry Bailey died at the age of nine, even though his tombstone reads 1911-1919. But then,... Read More
Jan 3, 2009 by Doug Molitor | See all 16 posts
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