A charity broadcast
December 13, 1951 - Stars in the Air broadcasts It's a Wonderful Life.
Stars in the Air was a 30-minute Hollywood dramatic anthology program produced by the Screen Guild Theater. The show raised money for the Motion Picture Relief Fund which was founded in 1921 by a group of silent film stars.
Donna Reed and Jimmy Stewart reprised their film roles on the broadcast of It's a Wonderful Life that aired on December 13, 1951.