PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
A selfish, cynical television executive is haunted by three spirits bearing lessons on Christmas Eve.
This was Bill Murray's first starring role since Ghostbusters (1984). He had been living in Paris, and had seriously considered giving up acting altogether.
Ghost of Christmas Present:
You know I like the rough stuff, don't you, Frank?
Frank's second visit with the Ghost of Christmas Past is in 1968 and he is working for IBC. He meets Claire at this time as well. He was four years old in 1955 which makes him only 17, way too young for such a job.
Dedicated with Love and Affection to Anne Ramsey Roger M. Rothstein Robert Scaife We miss you...
TBS runs an "edited for content" version of this film, that deletes or changes profanity and questionable dialog.
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