If there's one film synonymous with Christmas, it's Frank Capra's 1946 fantasy drama “It's A Wonderful Life”! Catch this holiday classic in a setting where it was intended for, the historic Milton Theatre Wednesday, Dec. 4, for two screenings at 3 and 7 p.m.
Up in heaven, a chorus of prayers for help are heard coming from the small town of Bedford Falls. So a despairing man named George Bailey is prevented from committing suicide by the intervention of a funny little old fellow named Clarence Oddbody, "Angel, Second-Class." The angel shows him what others' lives would have been like, and what their town would have been like, if, as he wished, he had never been born. George has an epiphany, cries, "I want to live again!" and is restored to his family and friends who toast him as "the richest man in town". And a tinkling bell on the Baileys' Christmas tree tells George that Clarence's successful mission has won him his wings…
Purchase tickets from $8-10 online at www.MiltonTheatre.com, via phone by calling 302-684-3038 or at the box office. This movie is for all ages.
The Milton Theatre is located in downtown historic Milton on Union Street along the Broadkill River.