Clarence (1990 film)

Clarence is a 1990 made-for-television film directed by Eric Till.[1][2][3] It is a sequel to the 1946 film It's a Wonderful Life following the character of Clarence Odbody from that film.

Based onIt's a Wonderful Life
Screenplay byLorne Cameron
Directed byEric Till
StarringRobert Carradine
Kate Trotter
Music byLouis Natale
Charles T. Cozens
Country of originUnited States
New Zealand
Original language(s)English
Executive producer(s)Terry Botwick
Michael MacMillian
Harry Young
Producer(s)Mary Kahn
Seaton McLean (supervising producer)
Larry Raskin (associate producer)
Don Reynolds (production executive: South Pacific Pictures)
Production location(s)Toronto
CinematographyGlen MacPherson
Editor(s)Bruce Lange
Running time87 minutes
Production company(s)Atlantis Films
The Family Channel
NorthStar Entertainment Group
South Pacific Pictures
Television New Zealand
DistributorThe Family Channel
Original networkThe Family Channel
Picture formatColor
Audio formatDolby
Original releaseNovember 24, 1990


The film is set in December 1989. The only continuing character from the original film is the guardian angel, Clarence, played here by Robert Carradine. The plot is very similar to the 1946 film, with Kate Trotter playing Rachel Logan, the human who needs Clarence's assistance.



The film was made for TV and did not have a theatrical release. It was first broadcast on The Family Channel on November 24, 1990.


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