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    Scrooge (1970)

    Ebenezer Scrooge is a cold-hearted and greedy old miser whose only concern is money and profit and hates everything to do with Christmas. But he has a change of heart after three spirit visitations: Christmas Past, Christmas Present and Christmas Future on Christmas Eve.
    Duration: 113 min
    Quality: SD
    Release: 1970
    IMDb: 7.5
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  • Actors of "Scrooge (1970)"

  • Characters of "Scrooge (1970)"

    Ebenezer Scrooge. Character of Scrooge (1970)
    Played by: Albert Finney
    Spirit of Christmas Past. Character of Scrooge (1970)
    Played by: Edith Evans
    Spirit of Christmas Present. Character of Scrooge (1970)
    Played by: Kenneth More
    Mr. Fezziwig. Character of Scrooge (1970)
    Fred. Character of Scrooge (1970)
    Played by: Michael Medwin
    Bob Cratchit. Character of Scrooge (1970)
    Played by: David Collings
    Belle. Character of Scrooge (1970)
    Played by: Suzanne Neve
    First Collector. Character of Scrooge (1970)
    Played by: Derek Francis
    Fred's Wife. Character of Scrooge (1970)
    Played by: Mary Peach
    Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. Character of Scrooge (1970)
    Played by: Paddy Stone
    Mrs. Fezziwig. Character of Scrooge (1970)
    Played by: Kay Walsh
    Tiny Tim. Character of Scrooge (1970)
    Jacob Marley. Character of Scrooge (1970)
    Played by: Alec Guinness
  • Directors of "Scrooge (1970)"

    Ronald Neame. Director of Scrooge (1970)
    Ronald Neame
    Birthdate: 23 April 1911, London, England, UK
  • Creators of "Scrooge (1970)"

    Charles Dickens. Director of Scrooge (1970)
    Charles Dickens
    Birthdate: 7 February 1812, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, UK
    Leslie Bricusse. Director of Scrooge (1970)
    Leslie Bricusse
    Birthdate: 29 January 1931, London, England, UK
  • Critic Reviews of "Scrooge (1970)"

    Time Out
    June 24, 2006

    A misbegotten musical adaptation of Dickens' much too perennial tale.

    New York Times
    May 09, 2005

    Even Scrooge's fingernails are dirty, and while I don't think that Dickens intended to equate greed with unwashed hands, he probably would not have objected.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    October 23, 2004

    Scrooge works very nicely on its intended level and the kids sitting near me seemed to be having a good time.

    January 01, 2000

    Unlike the great musicals, where you might find yourself humming a tune a few days later, with Scrooge, you'll be lucky if you remember the name of one of the songs a few hours later.

    Common Sense Media
    January 02, 2011

    This musical Scrooge is great for kids.

    Antagony & Ecstasy
    December 06, 2009

    [Finney is] the only element of this production that is really up to much good... the film lacks energy or dramatic thrust.

    TV Guide
    November 27, 2007

    Director Ronald Neame's well-paced film captures the period beautifully, and the acting is superb, with Finney and Alec Guinness, as Marley's ghost, real standouts.

    Las Vegas Review-Journal
    April 21, 2006

    Thank you very much - for this perennial holiday delight.

    New Times
    April 25, 2004

    Lovely. Even better than the Henry Winkler version.

    May 24, 2003

    Although rather hammy at times, Finney holds the screen throughout.
    March 21, 2003

    One of the more delightful versions

    Flick Filosopher
    January 01, 2000

    A roduction that suffers from its theatrical roots and its need to not only make its antihero see the error of his ways but go way overboard in making up for his past.

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