Ticket giveaway: "It's a Wonderful Life"

November 22, 2011
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 There’s no holiday movie like “It’s a Wonderful Life.”

And there’s no place to see it like the big screen.

Once again, UA Circle Centre will be hosting a seasonal screening, Dec. 1, benefiting Indianapolis Downtown Beautification. There’s also lobby refreshments and activities (I’ll be hosting some trivia contests).

Want to go? I’ve got two pairs of tickets to give away. Just enter here with your favorite line, character or moment from the movie (and if you’ve never seen it, make something up).

I’ll pick two winners at random.  

  • Angel bells
    "Everytime the bells ring, an angel will come to you"
  • the big goose in the window.
    free tickets
  • Everyone connects with so many.
    I love the whole movie but it brings tears to my eyes when the people are lined up to help him out. The moment he realizes that just because he never completed his childhood dream, he helped so many more and was loved by so many.
  • Wonderful Life Tickets
    What is it you want, Mary? What do you want? You, you want the moon?! Just tell me...
  • Wonderful life tickets
    Everytime a bell rings, an Angel gets his wings.
  • Every time...
    "Every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings."
  • Favorite moment from Its a Wonderful Life
    My favorite moment in the movie was when George was a young boy working in the drug store. He prevented the pharmacist, Mr. Gower, from filling a prescription incorrectly, even as Mr. Gower struck him on his bad ear. You don't realize how important this scene is until later in the movie.
  • It's a Wonderful Life
    "Teacher says every time a bell rings, an angel gets it wings."
  • Old Man After Dance
    "Why don't you kiss her instead of talking her to death?"
  • A wonderful life
    everytime a bell rings, an angel gets its wings
  • LIne
    My favorite part is when George is having that moonlit conversation with Mary and he first promises to lasso the moon for her.
  • It's a Wonderful Life
    my favorite character is Clarence!
  • The power of a GOOD Kiss
    Well, just come back here, Mister. I'll give her a kiss that'll put hair back on your head!
  • It's a Wonderful Life
    Love the part at the dance where the floor opens up. Also, love Clarence!
  • Another Angel...
    ... gets his wings.
  • it's a wonderful life
    Every time a bell rings an angel gets his wings . ( it's known by many many people)

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