Scrooge (1935) 1080p

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Drama | Family
Frame Rate:
24 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
78 min
IMDB Rating:
6.5 / 10 
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Directors: Henry Edwards [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Scrooge, the ultimate Victorian miser, hasn't a good word for Christmas, though his impoverished clerk Cratchit and nephew Fred are full of holiday spirit. But in the night, Scrooge is visited by spirits of another color. Straightforward adaptation of Dickens.—Rod Crawford


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An overlooked film gem

This is a wonderfully dark interpretation of Dicken's classic. It shines as much because of the acting talent of Seymor Hicks. Yet you'll be hard to find a copy unless you go on You Tube which seems to have just about everything anyone could want to know about anything.

A good early version of A Christmas Carol with Seymour Hicks as Ebenezer Scrooge.

Just watched this on the BBC.And I loved it^^I like the songs.And sassy scrooge.Scrooge even got drunk on the ghost of christmas present scene, which was funny to see.It's a nice christmas classic to watch.And I loved the bell perfromance at the end^^Eventhough it's not my favorite scrooge story (cause my fav is the muppets version).But it certainly is high on the list of christmas movies^^So it get's a 9 from me^^Definite recommend to watch this^^

A time capsule of 1935 cinematography

The thing that kept me interested in this movie was how clunky it is. Many of the actors are much too old for their characters, and they all seem to be clinging to their silent movie era acting style. They have long, over-emoted expressions which slows the pace to a crawl.

Some parts are very detailed as to make the viewer almost forget why the scene is happening. And the total non sequitur of the prosperous (meaning fat) Mayor's over the top luxurious dinner made no sense at all.

Much of the filming seemed to be done with very bad cameras. Out of focus, overly high contrast and much too dark to properly see what's happening on the screen.

But the strangest part was how they completely erased Scrooge's past. His lonely childhood in a boarding school, with his sister as his only friend. This is a very important explanation of why present day Scrooge is so angry and bitter. His beloved sister died in childbirth and he deeply resented his nephew because of it.

Still, it's worth watching to see an epoch of the evolution of film. Not much more.
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