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||IMDB Rating: 8.1/10 from 13,892 votes
||Release: 10 December 1954 (Netherlands) /
||Genre: Drama, Fantasy
||Director: Brian Desmond Hurst,
||Stars: Alastair Sim, Brian Worth, Carol Marsh, Ernest Thesiger, Francis De Wolff, George Cole, Glyn Dearman, Hermione Baddeley, John Charlesworth, Kathleen Harrison, Mervyn Johns, Michael Dolan, Michael Hordern, Miles Malleson, Rona Anderson
||Synopsis: Stingy businessman Ebenezer Scrooge is known as the meanest miser in Victorian London. He overworks and underpays his humble clerk, Bob Cratchit, whose little son, Tiny Tim, is crippled and may soon die. He also has nothing to do with his nephew, Fred, because his birth cost the life of his beloved sister. On Christmas Eve, Scrooge has a haunting nightmare from being visited by the ghost of his business partner, Jacob Marley. He is visited by three ghosts and is given one last chance to change his ways and save himself from the grim fate that befell Marley. Written by alfiehitchie
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The blatant plug first: If you haven't seen this film, you have deprived
yourself of one of the great performances of all time. Do not miss the
opportunity, order it, buy it, or just plain rent it at
When I was a boy my father introduced me to this version of Scrooge. I can
remember how we had to all sit very quietly whilst he recorded the
soundtrack from our TV using a mike onto his tape recorder. From there on
in, every year at Christmas the tape would come out and we would listen to
the soundtrack complete with the introduction music to the adverts.
Eventually the tape became a cassette and then we had the
Now I am the owner of this magical film on DVD and there has not been a
pass me by that I haven't sat and watched the film at least
The joy of watching this version has never left me, and as other
commentators have remarked, Alastair Sim as Scrooge, seems to provide
everything that you could want in the part. The transition from miser to
benefactor is handled well, with Sim fighting the spirits all the way:
too old to change". The dizzy happiness of the final scenes in stark
contrast to the character in the opening of the film.
Everytime I see this film I find myself captivated by the way Sim manages
find an inner character to Scrooge, one that has not previously revealed
itself. The young Scrooge played by George Cole, may not be the nasty
grabbing character whilst interacting with his sister, working for
or courting Alice, but he doesn't have that intoxicated happiness, there
still something sour about him.
Perhaps that is what truly makes this film. If the novel is about
and a rediscovery of humanity, then Alastair Sim finds it in abundance
within his portrayal.
I cannot reach the end credits without undergoing some form of renewal
myself. The characterisation carries you with it. I have seen and heard
film at least 50 times and I still smile to myself whilst waiting for the
words : "Cratchit! you're late." the attempt to keep up the old Scrooge
breaking down very quickly.
Perhaps some more people in the world could do with a revelation such as
this Scrooge undergoes. Would it be so bad if we all felt at times that:
don't deserve to be so happy".
The other part I have always enjoyed is that of Kathleen Harrison as Mrs
Dilber. Throughout she plays the put upon house keeper with great style.
comments she makes at Old Joe's are telling in their rightness and her
initial reaction to the transformed Scrooge is bewilderment and terror in
I am relieved to read that I am not alone in this world in being able to
quote almost every line, and some of the these have become catch phrases
my family: "I always know" seems to be a favourite of my father :-)and a
meal cannot pass without "ha'penny extra" being put forward if more bread
So to finish - let the enthusiasm of the other contributors and myself
encourage you to at least try this film. And now to get this in the post:
"I'll send it to Bob Cratchit. Label, label, label, label, must have a
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, Brian Worth
, Carol Marsh
, Ernest Thesiger
, Francis De Wolff
, George Cole
, Glyn Dearman
, Hermione Baddeley
, John Charlesworth
, Kathleen Harrison
, Mervyn Johns
, Michael Dolan
, Michael Hordern
, Miles Malleson
, Rona Anderson
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