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The comedy troupe Upright Citizens Brigade re-edit and redub Frank Capra's "It's a Wonderful Life." After 50 years of annual performances, George Bailey is sick of being in the film. He desperately wants to be the star of an action film, but everyone else wants him to stop ad-libbing and just play his role.

  1. David Zieff

    Director

  2. Matt Besser

    Writer

  3. Matt Walsh

    Writer

  4. Amy Poehler

    Writer

  5. Ian Roberts

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jay Martel

    George Bailey (voice)

  2. Amy Poehler

    Amy Poehler

    Mary Hatch (voice)

  3. Matt Besser

    Matt Besser

    Mr. Potter (voice)

  4. Matt Walsh

    Matt Walsh

    Clarence (voice)

  5. Ian Roberts

    Ian Roberts

    Uncle Billy (voice)

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Escape from It's a Wonderful Life

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  • December 18, 1996
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 50m

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