It’s A Wonderful Life II: REVENGE

From Savage Chickens:

Would this mean that he is, to his friends, “Harry Potter”?

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  1. Gregory DiPippo says:


    [Well… business associates, then.]

  2. Supertradmum says:

    Most angels, I hope, are better looking than Clarence. As to who is friends of the angels…too bad Potter did not destroy bells when Moroni came to western New York.

  3. Scott W. says:

    I can’t find it on youtube, but I always like Saturday Night Live’s lost footage from It’s a Wonderful Life where they storm Potter’s house and kick the stuffing out him. :)

  4. AnAmericanMother says:

    Anybody who thinks this could work should read Lafcadio Hearn’s brilliant retelling of a Japanese ghost story: “Of a Mirror and a Bell”.
    Actually, anybody who likes ghost stories, traditional Japanese folklore, and so forth retold in a faintly outre’ Victorian style should read Lafcadio Hearn. He’s an original.

  5. aragonjohn7 says:

    But, how would potter know if the good angels don’t have wings.

    God bless

  6. cathgrl says:

    Scott W.

    You’re looking for the “Lost Ending”?

    Right this way …

  7. jflare says:

    Hmmm. I guess I need to watch “A Wonderful Life” again?
    I didn’t catch the reference to Henry Potter.
    Well, Christmas Day cometh. Perhaps I should take that with me to my folks, let my two god-daughters watch too. Something hopeful and moderately faithful, but not too preachy, might do them quite good….

  8. Random Friar says:

    I’m reminded of the old Jack Webb/Johnny Carson bell clapper theft skit. Now, with Clarence!

  9. Random Friar says:

    @Supertradmum: have we not entertained angels unawares?

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