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A Christmas Carol
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A Christmas Carol 1984


From Amazon: In the same year that he directed a handsome version of The Scarlet Pimpernel for television, Clive Donner also made this worthy 1984 small-screen production of the Dickens tale. George C. Scott can't quite muster a decent English accent, but he does bring some new colors to this movie's interpretation of Scrooge, making the character less nasty for the sake of nastiness and more a product of a life of lovelessness. The supporting cast is first-rate, and the production is far more handsome than most TV fare. --Tom Keogh (read more)

Directed By:
No image existsClive Donner
Starring:
No image existsGeorge C. Scott
No image existsFrank Finlay
No image existsAngela Pleasence
Edward WoodwardEdward Woodward
No image existsDavid Warner
No image existsSusannah York
No image existsMichael Carter

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A Christmas Carol Movie Review by Douglas (12/7/2007)

This oft-told story (yes, there was even a Mr. McGoo version) really comes to life with George C. Scott playing Scrooge. He gives the expression "bah humbug" deeper meaning. If Charles Dickens could judge which version best portrayed the feeling he was trying to project, I believe he would have picked this one. Good,...

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