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Basics Critics:86Viewers:79Rusty:82
Category: Action/Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi/FantasyNotable as: Christmas movieSub-Category: fantasy film, children's film, costume drama, drama film, Christmas film, film based on literatureRuntime: 86 minutesColor: colorLanguage: EnglishCountry: United KingdomDirector: Brian Desmond HurstScreenwriter: Noel LangleyBased on: A Christmas CarolMusic: Richard AddinsellCinematography: C.M. Pennington-RichardsStars: Mervyn Johns, Alastair Sim, Michael Dolan, Hermione Baddeley, Francis de Wolff, Brian Worth, Michael Hordern, Kathleen Harrison, Peter Bull Producer: Brian Desmond HurstStudio: United Artists CorporationAward details: (details at IMDb)

Scrooge is a 1951 film adaptation of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol. It starred Alastair Sim as Ebenezer Scrooge and was directed by Brian Desmond Hurst, with a screenplay by Noel Langley. It was released as A Christmas Carol in the United States. The film also features Kathleen Harrison in an acclaimed turn as Mrs. Dilber, Scrooge's charwoman. George Cole stars as the younger version of Scrooge, Hermione Baddeley as Mrs. Cratchit, Mervyn Johns as Bob Cratchit, Clifford Mollison as Samuel Wilkins, a debtor, Jack Warner as Mr. Jorkin, a role created for the film, Ernest Thesiger as Marley's undertaker and Patrick Macnee as young Jacob Marley. Michael Hordern plays Marley's ghost, as well as old Marley. Peter Bull serves as narrator, by reading portions of Dickens' words at the beginning and end of the film; he also appears on-screen as one of the businessmen cynically discussing Scrooge's funeral.

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