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It's a Wonderful Life

It's a wonderful laugh! It's a wonderful love!

Categories: Drama, Family, Fantasy /
A holiday favourite for generations... George Bailey has spent his entire life giving to the people of Bedford Falls. All that prevents rich skinflint Mr. Potter from taking over the entire town is George's modest building and loan company. But on Christmas Eve the business's $8,000 is lost and George's troubles begin.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1946-12-20
Run time: 130 minute / 2:10
Budget: $3,180,000
Revenue: $9,644,124
Director: Frank Capra
Writers: Frank Capra, Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett.
Production Companies : RKO Radio Pictures, Liberty Films (II)
Production Country: United States of America


James Stewart
as George Bailey
Donna Reed
as Mary Hatch Bailey
Lionel Barrymore
as Henry F. Potter
Henry Travers
as Clarence
Thomas Mitchell
as Uncle Billy Bailey
Ward Bond
as Bert
Frank Faylen
as Ernie Bishop
Beulah Bondi
as Ma Bailey
Todd Karns
as Harry Bailey
Mary Treen
as Cousin Tilly
Charles Williams
as Cousin Eustace
Gloria Grahame
as Violet Bick
Frank Albertson
as Sam Wainwright
H.B. Warner
as Mr. Gower
Virginia Patton
as Ruth Dakin Bailey
Samuel S. Hinds
as Peter Bailey
Lillian Randolph
as Annie
Sheldon Leonard
as Nick
Sarah Edwards
as Mrs. Hatch
Charles Halton
as Carter (uncredited)
William Edmunds
as Giuseppe Martini
Argentina Brunetti
as Mrs. Martini
Carol Coombs
as Janie Bailey
Karolyn Grimes
as Zuzu Bailey
Larry Simms
as Pete Bailey
Jimmy Hawkins
as Tommy Bailey
Robert J. Anderson
as Little George
Jean Gale
as Little Mary
Jeanine Ann Roose
as Little Violet
Ronnie Ralph
as Little Sam
Georgie Nokes
as Little Harry Bailey
Danny Mummert
as Little Marty Hatch
Frank Hagney
as Potter's Bodyguard
Ray Walker
as Joe at Luggage Shop
Charles Lane
as Real Estate Salesman
Jean Acker
as Townswoman (uncredited)
Sam Ash
as Nervous Banker (uncredited)
Brooks Benedict
as Military Officer in Montage (uncredited)
Joseph E. Bernard
as Townsman (uncredited)
Ernie Adams
as Ed (uncredited)
Edward Keane
as Tom at Building & Loan
Stanley Andrews
as Mr. Welch (uncredited)
Al Bridge
as Sheriff (uncredited)
Marian Carr
as Jane Wainwright (uncredited)
Adriana Caselotti
as Singer at Martini's (uncredited)
Michael Chapin
as Young George's Friend (uncredited)
Tom Chatterton
as Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Cheatham
as Cop Arresting Violet (uncredited)
Harry Cheshire
as Dr. Campbell (uncredited)
Edward Clark
as Building & Loan Board Member (uncredited)
Tom Coleman
as Building & Loan Customer (uncredited)
Ellen Corby
as Ms. Davis (uncredited)
Lew Davis
as High School Teacher at Poolside (uncredited)
Helen Dickson
as Woman at Graduation Dance (uncredited)
Dick Elliott
as Man on Porch (uncredited)
Tom Fadden
as Tollhouse Keeper (uncredited)
Jack Bailey
as One of Vi's Suitors (uncredited)
Frank Fenton
as Violet's Boyfriend (uncredited)
Eddie Fetherston
as Horace (uncredited)
Sam Flint
as Relieved Banker in Potter's Office (uncredited)
Dick Gordon
as Photographer with Sheriff (uncredited)
Harry Holman
as Mr. Partridge (uncredited)
Carl Switzer
as Freddie Othello (uncredited)
Garry Owen
as Bill-Poster (uncredited)
J. Farrell MacDonald
as Man Whose Grandfather Planted Tree (uncredited)
Moroni Olsen
as Senior Angel (voice) (uncredited)
Harold Landon
as Marty Hatch (uncredited)
Arthur Stuart Hull
as Mr. Randall (uncredited)
Mark Roberts
as Mickey (uncredited)
Charles C. Wilson
as Charlie (uncredited)
Milton Kibbee
as Building & Loan Board Member (uncredited)
Art Howard
as Building & Loan Board Member (uncredited)
Bert Howard
as Building & Loan Board Member (uncredited)
Herbert Heywood
as Building & Loan Depositor (uncredited)
Eddie Kane
as Building & Loan Depositor (uncredited)
Mike Lally
as Building & Loan Customer (uncredited)
Wilbur Mack
as Building & Loan Customer (uncredited)
Philip Morris
as Building & Loan Customer (uncredited)
Meade 'Lux' Lewis
as Pianist in Nick's Place (uncredited)
Suzanne Ridgeway
as Nick's Waitress (uncredited)
Cy Schindell
as Nick's Bouncer (uncredited)
Jack Gordon
as Bar Patron (uncredited)
Jack Lomas
as Bar Patron (uncredited)
Bob O'Connor
as Bar Patron (uncredited)
Constantine Romanoff
as Bar Patron (uncredited)
John Indrisano
as Man in Fantasy (uncredited)
Effie Laird
as Townswoman (uncredited)
Bert Moorhouse
as Man with Sheriff (uncredited)
Larry Wheat
as Building & Loan Board Member (uncredited)
George Noisom
as School Dancer (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor
as Military Officer in Montage (uncredited)
Franklin Parker
as Photographer / Reporter (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan
as Nick's Bartender (uncredited)
Almira Sessions
as Potter's Secretary (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan
as Man in Fantasy (uncredited)
Max Wagner
as Cashier / Nick's Assistant Bouncer (uncredited)
Lane Chandler
as (uncredited)
Monya Andre
as (uncredited)
Buz Buckley
as (uncredited)
Lee Frederick
as (uncredited)
Harry Denny
as (uncredited)
Herschel Graham
as (uncredited)
Carl Kent
as (uncredited)
Charles Meakin
as (uncredited)
Netta Packer
as (uncredited)
Cedric Stevens
as (uncredited)
Joseph Granby
as (voice) (uncredited)
Frank Capra Screenplay

Frank Capra Director

Frank Capra Producer

Dimitri Tiomkin Original Music Composer

Costume & Make-Up
Gordon Bau Makeup Artist

Clem Portman Sound

Russell A. Cully Special Effects

William Cameron Menzies Art Direction

Joseph F. Biroc Director of Photography

Michael Wilson Additional Writing

Emile Kuri Set Decoration

Philip Van Doren Stern Original Story

Joseph Walker Director of Photography

William Hornbeck Editor

Jack Okey Art Direction

Frances Goodrich Screenplay
Albert Hackett Screenplay

Jo Swerling Additional Writing
Lila Finn Stunts

Costume & Make-Up
Eugene Joseff Costume Design

Richard Van Hessen Sound

Arthur S. Black Jr. Assistant Director

Daniel Hays Special Effects

Paul Marquardt Orchestrator

Phil Stern Still Photographer

John Aalberg Sound

Visual Effects
Russell Shearman Special Effects Supervisor

Homer Plannette Gaffer

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