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Ten versions of A Christmas Carol … but which one is the greatest?

Introduction

Is there a tale that has been re-told as many times as A Christmas Carol? The first short film adaptation came out in 1901, just 58 years after the novel was published… (More)

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When I began to compile the ten most important and beloved versions of A Christmas Carol, I knew little if anything about this film… (More)

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Just three years after Scrooge, MGM released A Christmas Carol starring Reginald Owen as Ebenezer Scrooge… (More)

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When critics and fans alike talk about the best version of A Christmas Carol, there are three that come up the most consistently… (More)

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With as many versions of A Christmas Carol as there are, it was only a matter of time until someone turned it into a musical… (More)

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An adaptation of A Christmas Carol is something of a right of passage for a cartoon, like you’ve made it as a series… (More)

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Seeing as how Ebenezer Scrooge is one of the pinnacles of British literature, the list of acclaimed British thespians… (More)

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I have to admit I’m excited, because today we’re going to be talking about one of… (More)

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Who doesn’t love the Muppets? They’ve been a pop culture institution for years… (More)

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Well, here we are at the last week of A Christmas Carol‘s Movie Match-Up. We’ve seen the good, the bad, and the Finney, but we still have two to go… (More)

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This is a weird pairing. I’m not going to give some big introduction or set-up, except that this is a weird pairing… (More)

Final Thoughts

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