An American Christmas Carol

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An American Christmas Carol is a 1979 film about a miser is given a ghostly chance at redemption on Christmas Eve.

Directed by Eric Till. Written by Jerome Coopersmith.
Charles Dicken's Victorian London becomes America's great Depression in this exciting new film  (taglines)

Dialogue[edit]

Benedict Slade: Yup, that's me! I always moved in when the moment was good. I could always smell a good business deal.
Ghost of Christmas Past: So could Latham. Look where he ended up.

Benedict Slade: Wait, wait. There is something about this place. Something draws me right to it. The monument looks fairly new, and yet, neglected.
Ghost of Christmas Future: No one visits that grave.
Benedict Slade: Not ever?
Ghost of Christmas Future: Not ever.
Benedict Slade: To lie in a grave, un-loved and un-remembered, is as if the life was never lived.
Ghost of Christmas Future: That is the only... real death.

Taglines[edit]

  • Charles Dicken's Victorian London becomes America's great Depression in this exciting new film
  • Henry Winkler is Scrooge

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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