When George Bailey starts thinking about suicide and his $15,000 life insurance to resolve the $8,000 business money that Uncle Billy "lost," Clarence Oddbody, Angel Second Class, comes on the scene to reveal what Bedford Falls would have been like if George had never been born, as he wished.
George goes to see his mother who runs Ma Bailey's Boarding House. She replies to his insistence that he's George, her son, "George who, if you're looking for a room, there's no vacancy."
This black&white Cat’s Meow keepsake is inspired by the movie “It’s A Wonderful Life”. We’ve created it for you from 3/4” thick wood in shades of white, gray and black (with a little glitter here and there) reflecting the black&white format of this beloved holiday movie.
Add this piece with the other pieces in the collection to create your own Wonderful Life village. Set them on a shelf, mantel, under the tree, or on wainscoting, door/window trim.