deserted, and snow is falling.
MRS. BAILEY'S VOICE
Help my son George tonight.
George is a good guy. Give him a break, God.
I love him, dear Lord. Watch over him tonight.
Please, God. Something's the matter with Daddy.
Hello, Joseph, trouble?
George Bailey. Yes, tonight's his crucial night. You're right,
That's why I came to see you, sir. It's that clock-maker's turn
Oh �� Clarence. Hasn't got his wings yet, has he? We've passed
him up right along.
Because, you know, sir, he's got the I.Q. of a rabbit.
as Clarence speaks:
You sent for me, sir?
Splendid! Is he sick?
No, worse. He's discouraged. At exactly ten-forty-five PM
throwing away God's
Oh, dear, dear! His life! Then I've only got an hour to dress.
What are they wearing now?
What's that book you've got there?
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.
Clarence, you do a good job with George Bailey, and you'll get
Poor George . . . Sit down.
Sit down? What are . . .
him, don't you?
Well, naturally. Of course.
Well, keep your eyes open. See the town?
The stars fade out from the screen, and a light,
indistinguishable blur is seen.
Where? I don't see a thing.
Oh, I forgot. You haven't got your wings yet. Now look, I'll help
you out. Concentrate. Begin to see something?
of young boys on top of a snow-covered hill.
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