The tin fireplace skirts in Scrooge's sitting room are identical to the ones in the flashback to young Ebenezer's school room.
And be good enough to leave me alone during business hours.
Nephew Fred: Seven o'clock on Christmas Eve? That's not business hours, that's drudgery for the sake of it, and an insult to all men of goodwill.
Bob Cratchit: Here, here!
Nephew Fred: Thank you, Bob Cratchit.
Ebenezer Scrooge: Another word from you, ...
Just before The Ghost of Christmas Present and Scrooge fly through the window, you can see the wires that are connected to Albert Finney.
The phrase "Merry Christmas" appears at the end of the movie.
The version shown on network television deletes all of the scarier scenes in the film, including the ghosts Scrooge and Marley are passing during his first visit from Marley, the revelation of the Spirit of the future's face, and the entire hell segment. All of these scenes are restored in the version shown on Turner Classic Movies.