A red Salvation Arm bell sits on a table at a the temporary site of the Bevin Bros. manufacturing in East Hampton, Conn., Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012. The 180-year-old New England company that made the tiny bell that tinkles every time an angel gets its wings in the holiday classic "It's a Wonderful Life" is resuming production months after the factory was destroyed in a fire. The factory, which is now making bells for Salvation Army bell-ringers, is returning with government grants and private investment. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)

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A red Salvation Arm bell sits on a table at a the temporary site of the Bevin Bros. manufacturing in East Hampton, Conn., Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012. The 180-year-old New England company that made the tiny bell that tinkles every time an angel gets its wings in the holiday classic "It's a Wonderful Life" is resuming production months after the factory was destroyed in a fire. The factory, which is now making bells for Salvation Army bell-ringers, is returning with government grants and private investment. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)
A red Salvation Arm bell sits on a table at a the temporary site of the Bevin Bros. manufacturing in East Hampton, Conn., Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012. The 180-year-old New England company that made the tiny bell that tinkles every time an angel gets its wings in the holiday classic "It's a Wonderful Life" is resuming production months after the factory was destroyed in a fire. The factory, which is now making bells for Salvation Army bell-ringers, is returning with government grants and private investment. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)
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