TV Movie | PG | | Drama, Family, Fantasy
An old bitter miser who rationalizes his uncaring nature learns real compassion when three spirits visit him on Christmas Eve.
George C. Scott noticeably plays a slightly different version of Ebenezer Scrooge in the film. In this version Scrooge has a slightly dark sense of humor such as laughing at his nephew when he claims Christmas is humbug as well as refusing to dine with him and at ... ...
... His wealth is quite useless to him, really. He doesn't do any good with it; he doesn't even make HIMSELF comfortable with it.
Ebenezer Scrooge: I haven't SQUANDERED it, if that's what you mean by "making myself comfortable!"
Ghost of Christmas Present: You mustn't argue with those in the ...
The brass cornet and tuba in the beginning are 20th century inventions.
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