Characters and Character Evaluation

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Characters and Character Evaluation There may be no more iconic American character than George Bailey in Billy Wilder’s It’s a Wonderful Life . George Bailey is also unique in American cinema because one not only sees his growth from a boy to a man and father but also sees his growth in body and mentality from child to adult. He is also a well rounded character who experiences the highs and lows of life and whose emotions run the gamut from joy to despair. George Bailey also progresses, through the two or so hours of this film, through all five personality trait clusters. Toward the beginning of the film George has great openness. He is planning to leave his town of Bedford Falls, New York and travel the world. He seeks adventure and wants to experience Africa, Europe, and the jungles, the desert, and may unique experiences. George Bailey speaks often about wanting to see all of the great art and architecture in the world and has a tremendous agreeableness in that he easily makes friends and seeks to help all whom he can. In
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2011 for the course PSY 230 taught by Professor ??? during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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