Christmas in July Blogathon 2015: A Christmas Carol (1951)


Check out my review of A Christmas Carol (1951) for Drew’s Christmas in July blogathon over at Drew’s Movie Reviews. Thanks Drew

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Rob from Movierob stops by for the penultimate entry for 2015’s Christmas in July blogathon. He’s reviewing the 1951 A Christmas Carol.  Without further ado, here’s Rob!


A Chrismas Carol (1951) movie poster Growing up in the States, I had many opportunities during the yearly holiday season to see many different adaptations of the timely story of A Christmas Carol.

Although, I always thought I’ve seen most of them, I came across this blog (by Rachel of SmilingLDSGirl) a few months ago that really put all my numbers to shame.

My two favorites of this classic tale have always been the Disney adaptation called Mickey’s Christmas Carol (1983) and Bill Murray’s modernized version of the story in Scrooged (1988).

For some reason, I always avoided one of the first adaptations of this story; the one from 1951. A number of friends (including Mutant over at Cinema Parrot Disco) have stated that this version…

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