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George H.W. Bush Narrates 'It's A Wonderful Life'
On Christmas Eve, George Bush meets George Bailey.
The former president, No. 41, lends his voice to a special broadcast of Frank Capra's "It's a Wonderful Life," having recorded a detailed oral description of the Christmas classic for the visually impaired.
The Los Angeles Times, which first reported the story, points out that it was George H.W. who signed the Americans With Disabilities Act in 1990.
The 1946 film -- starring Jimmy Stewart as Bailey, a down-and-out man whose guardian angel visits him at Christmas -- will air on NBC Dec. 24. Bush's narration will appear via simulcast on the Second Audio Program (SAP) channel.
It's part of a fund-raising effort by RP International to help save the School for the Blind in Van Nuys, Calif., the Times said.
You can watch a clip of the former president recording his narration on the RP International website.
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