TV Movie | PG | | Drama, Family, Fantasy
An old bitter miser who makes excuses for his uncaring nature learns real compassion when three ghosts visit him on Christmas Eve.
The word "humbug" is misunderstood by many people, which is a pity since the word provides a key insight into Scrooge's hatred of Christmas. The word "humbug" describes deceitful efforts to fool people by pretending to a fake loftiness or false ... ...
... Watch, bed-curtains, blankets... So what's your offer for all these?
Old Joe: One pound-sterling, five crowns and three schillings. Not a hay-penny more if I was to be boiled for it.
Mrs. Dilber: You're hardened, Joe, and no mistake!
Old Joe: I'm ALWAYS kind to the ladies! ...
When Bob Cratchit finishes work on Christmas Eve and picks up Tiny Tim it is still light as the sky is blue. But England is in the north hemisphere meaning it should be dark at that time of year. It would only be light at night in summer not winter.
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