Review and Analysis of George C. Scott's Christmas Carol (1984)

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George C. Scott's Christmas Carol (1984) is a renowned and notable rendition of Charles Dickens's timeless classic, Christmas Carol. It tells a tale of a miserable and lonely man by the name of Ebenezer Scrooge. One Christmas night, cold-hearted Scrooge, who lacked the spirit of Christmas, is visited by three ghosts - the Ghost of Christmas Past, Christmas Present, and Christmas Yet to Come, respectively. The ghost of Christmas Past reminded Scrooge of his solitary childhood …

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…ghost of Marley spooks and strikes fear in the viewer. <Tab/>Many regard George C. Scott's Christmas Carol as one, if not the best version of all time. It is backed by its awarding winning actors, props, scenery, and realism. It is definitely recommended to anyone who has neither seen nor read Christmas Carol. This movie can brighten up any "Scrooge" and give him/her a warm feeling of Christmas spirit.