A Christmas Carol, is a 1910 silent film which runs 17 minutes and one of the earliest film adaptations of Charles Dickens' famous 1843 novella. It starred Marc McDermott as Ebenezer Scrooge and Charles Ogle as Bob Cratchit. ...more on Wikipedia about "A Christmas Carol (1910 film)"
A Christmas Carol is a 1938 film adaptation of Charles Dickens's novelette. The movie starred Reginald Owen as Scrooge and Gene and Kathleen Lockhart as the Cratchits. Terry Kilburn, better known for his portrayal of Colley in Goodbye, Mr. Chips, costarred as Tiny Tim and a young June Lockhart appeared as one of the Cratchit daughters. ...more on Wikipedia about "A Christmas Carol (1938 film)"
A Christmas Carol ( 1971) is an animated cartoon adaptation of Charles Dickens' venerable novella. It was animated and directed by Richard Williams, and starred Alastair Sim as the voice of Ebenezer Scrooge (a role Sim had previously performed in the 1951 live-action film Scrooge). Michael Redgrave narrated the story. ...more on Wikipedia about "A Christmas Carol (1971 film)"
A Christmas Carol is a 1984 television movie adaptation of Charles Dickens' famous 1843 novella. It was directed by Clive Donner (who had been an editor on an earlier film version of the story, 1951's Scrooge) and stars George C. Scott in an acclaimed performance as Ebenezer Scrooge. ...more on Wikipedia about "A Christmas Carol (1984 film)"
A Christmas Carol is a 1999 television movie adaptation of Charles Dickens' famous 1843 novella. It was directed by David Hugh Jones and stars Patrick Stewart as Ebenezer Scrooge. ...more on Wikipedia about "A Christmas Carol (1999 film)"
A Christmas Carol (2003) is an anime version of Charles Dickens's Christmas story A Christmas Carol. The film was produced by Jetlag Productions and distributed in the United States by Goodtimes Entertainment. It was written by Jack Olesker and directed by Toshiyuki Hiruma Takashi. The voice cast includes Tony Ail, Nathan Aswell, Cheralynn Bailey, Kathleen Barr, Gary Chalk, Lillaim Calson, Ian Corlett, Michael Donovan, Kent Gallie, Phil Hayes, Roger Kelly, Ellen Kennedy, Terry Klassen, Joanne Lee, Andrean Libman, and Tom McBeath. ...more on Wikipedia about "A Christmas Carol (2003 film)"
A Christmas Carol, also known as A Christmas Carol: The Musical, is a 2004 television movie filmatization of a 1994 stage musical of the same name, with songs written by Alan Menken (music) and Lynn Ahrens (lyrics). The musical is an adaptation of Charles Dickens' famous 1843 novella of the same name, produced by Hallmark Entertainment for NBC. It was directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman and features Kelsey Grammer as Ebenezer Scrooge, Jason Alexander as Jacob Marley, and Jennifer Love Hewitt as Emily. ...more on Wikipedia about "A Christmas Carol (2004 film)" The text you are reading is from www.shortopedia.com
Blackadder's Christmas Carol ( 1988) is a one-off episode of Blackadder, a parody of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol. It is set between Blackadder the Third (1987) and Blackadder Goes Forth (1989), and narrated by Hugh Laurie. Produced by the BBC, it was first broadcast on BBC One on Friday December 23 1988, and has been re-broadcast several times since then, sometimes on BBC Two. ...more on Wikipedia about "Blackadder's Christmas Carol"
Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol is an eight minute animated short film produced by Warner Bros. Television and released in 1979 by Warner Bros. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol"
Mickey's Christmas Carol is a twenty-four minute animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and originally released in the United Kingdom on October 20, 1983 by Buena Vista Distribution. On December 16, 1983, the film was released in the United States, in front of a re-issue of The Rescuers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mickey's Christmas Carol"
Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol (first aired December 18, 1962) was the first episode of a TV animated series entitled The Famous Adventures of Mr. Magoo, which placed the Mr. Magoo character into various well-known stories. It was produced by the UPA animation studio in its fading days, as the studio found it could not adapt to the rigors of mass-producing cartoons for television. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol"
Scrooge ( 1951) is one of the best-known and most acclaimed film adaptations of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol. ...more on Wikipedia about "Scrooge (1951 film)"
The 1970 movie Scrooge was a musical film adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic 1843 story, A Christmas Carol. It was filmed in London, directed by Ronald Neame and starred Albert Finney in the title role. The film's musical score was composed by Leslie Bricusse and Ian Fraser. With eleven musical arrangements interspersed throughout (all retaining a traditional British air about them), the award-winning motion picture is considered by many to be a faithful musical retelling of the original, with one exception noted below. ...more on Wikipedia about "Scrooge (1970 film)"
Scrooged is a hit 1988 comedy film based on Charles Dickens' classic story, A Christmas Carol, and follows the Dickens story closely, but sets it in modern times. It features an all-star cast: Bill Murray, Karen Allen, Bob "Bobcat" Goldthwait, John Forsythe, Carol Kane, David Johansen, John Houseman, and Robert Mitchum. It also features a number of cameo appearances by Olympic gymnast Mary Lou Retton, musicians Larry Carlton, Miles Davis, David Sanborn, and Paul Shaffer, actor/singer Robert Goulet, and actors Jamie Farr, Buddy Hackett, Lee Majors, and Pat McCormick. ...more on Wikipedia about "Scrooged"
The Muppet Christmas Carol was the fourth feature film to star The Muppets, and the first produced after the death of Muppets creator Jim Henson. Released in 1992, it is one of many film adaptations of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Muppet Christmas Carol"
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