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    Quote Originally Posted by Phoenixx9 View Post
    Yes, me too! I have always watched this whenever it is on television.

    To me, it is the best of what I call "modern" showing---anything after the 1951 classic with Alastair Simm--- up to today. To me, this Albert Finney version was the last excellent one made.
    There was a good TV movie with George C Scott as Scrooge but haven't seen that in a while,

    Meanwhile, All I Want for Christmas from Love Actually. I thought the puppy love between the little girl and the little boy was so charming.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Maiden View Post
    There was a good TV movie with George C Scott as Scrooge but haven't seen that in a while,

    Meanwhile, All I Want for Christmas from Love Actually. I thought the puppy love between the little girl and the little boy was so charming.

    Yes, I saw that, 1984 release, I believe. I was not impressed as George C. Scott lacked emotion. He stated his lines very plainly. A Scrooge howls and bellows his statements! Same for the 1999 version with Patrick Stewart.

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