Scrooge (1935) and Scrooge (1970) + The Christmas Carol: Charles Dickens’ Short Story as told by Vincent Price (1949)

Marley's ghost, from Charles Dickens: A Christ...

Marley’s ghost, from Charles Dickens: A Christmas Carol. In Prose. Being a Ghost Story of Christmas. With Illustrations by John Leech. London: Chapman & Hall, 1843. First edition. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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LuckyStrike502·Dec 24, 2008

Seymour Hicks plays the title role in the first sound version of the Dickens classic about the miser who’s visited by three ghosts on Christmas Eve. This British import is notable for being the only adaptation of this story with an invisible Marley’s Ghost and its Expressionistic cinematography. This is the uncut 78 minute version.

Scrooge is in the public domain, and you can download it here for free:
http://www.archive.org/details/Scrooge_1935

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SCROOGE 1970 Version Albert Finney

Денис Садовский on May 19, 2014

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Updated: Dec. 22, 2014

The Christmas Carol: Charles Dickens’ Short Story as told by Vincent Price (1949)

XmasFLIX on Dec 31, 2010

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CHRISTMAS IN HELL: The sadness of those who feel alone during the holidays by Rocket Kirchner

A Christmas Journey to Freedom

A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

Christmas, the world’s best kept secret by Rocket Kirchner

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