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.. In all, there are at least 28 film versions of the tale. Scrooge / Ghost of Christmas Past / Scrooge as a Young Boy / Scrooge as a Teenage Boy / Scrooge as a Young Man / Scrooge as a Middle Aged Man / Ghost of Christmas Present / Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come Steve Valentine . A carol is mentioned within the narrative as part of the exposition of Scrooge's character,. Scrooge and the Ghost of Christmas Present also visit Fred's Christmas party, where Fred speaks of his uncle with pity. May it haunt their houses pleasantly, and no one wish to lay it. ^ Stephen Skelton, A Christmas Carol: Special Church Edition (2007); interview: Skelton, Stephen.

Scott, and the 1999 version starring Patrick Stewart. moshun What's with Jim Carrey's odd accent??? nadiamirkov Americanisms! Hungerhill Zemeckis' animations don't blink! SouthofSideways Great in 3D Manfonse Scrooge and the Poulterer towards the end of the movie steveb2685 Discuss A Christmas Carol (2009) on the IMDb message boards Getting Started Contributor Zone Contribute to This Page Edit page Write review Create a character page for: Young Boy with Sleigh Business Man #3 Guest #2 Business Man #1 ----------- more. Dickens Fast Facts The Novels A Christmas Carol Characters Dickens Glossary Illustrations Timeline Reading Dickens Dickens the Journalist Dickens on Stage Dickens on Film Dickens' London Dickens London Map Dickens Rochester Map Dickens & Christmas Family and Friends Dickens in America Dickens on the Web Shop Dickens Bibliography Site Awards/Honors FAQ & Email It is interesting to note that the now famous scene, Bob Cratchit with Tiny Tim on his shoulder, was not illustrated in the original version. The last two people I heard speak of it were women; neither knew the other, or the author, and both said, by way of criticism, 'God bless him!'" Thackeray wrote about Tiny Tim, "There is not a reader in England, but that little creature will be a bond of union between the author and him; and he will say of Charles Dickens, as the woman just now, 'GOD BLESS HIM!' What a feeling this is for a writer to inspire, and what a reward to reap!".[36]. Stave Three[edit]. Stave One[edit]. When Scrooge asks the ghost to show anyone who feels any emotion over the man's death, the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come can only show him an emotion of pleasure, from a poor couple indebted to the man momentarily rejoicing that his death gives them more time to pay off their debt. Dickens describes the apparition thus: "Marley's face.

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