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Jimmy Stewart said that out of all the movies he had made, “It’s a Wonderful Life” was his favorite. The Director, Frank Capradescribed the film’s theme as “the individual’s belief in himself” and that he made it “to combat a modern trend toward atheism.”
But in the case of “It’s a Wonderful Life,” something magical happened almost 30 years after the movie was released. Because of a “clerical error” in 1974, the film’s copyright was mistakenly not renewed. Television stations were able to air the film at no cost, catapulting it into the world’s favorites shelf.
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