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A Christmas Carol (1938)Crotchety miser Ebenezer Scrooge hates Christmas and mistreats his long-suffering employee. But Scrooge learns the error of his ways on Christmas Eve after being visited by four spirits.Keywords:
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Directors of "A Christmas Carol (1938)"Edwin L. MarinBirthdate: 21 February 1899, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
Creators of "A Christmas Carol (1938)"Charles DickensBirthdate: 7 February 1812, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, UKHugo ButlerBirthdate: 4 May 1914, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Critic Reviews of "A Christmas Carol (1938)"EmanuelLevy.ComJuly 18, 2011
Effective adaptation of Charles Dickens novel, well acted by Reginald Owen and the rest of the cast.Common Sense MediaJanuary 02, 2011
A gentle, less scary version of the classic.CinefantastiqueNovember 11, 2009
Although slightly corn-ball, this 1938 production...should appeal to fans of old-fashioned Hollywood-style filmmaking.TV GuideNovember 27, 2007
A great and eternally heart-warming film that can stand an appreciative viewing every year through every decade.Movie MetropolisNovember 23, 2005
The movie is nothing if not sincere, which goes a long way in a sentimental tale like this one.Filmcritic.comNovember 10, 2005
Most viewers will still remember other versions of the film more readily, but this is one worth seeking out 'round holiday time.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsDecember 23, 2004
Edwin L. Marin robustly directs the Charles Dickens classic.Kansas City KansanNovember 01, 2004
Second best version of holiday must-see.Blunt ReviewAugust 26, 2004
This is a timeless ode to Dikie- Look for the Barrymore version too...Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)March 08, 2004
Solid version of the story, but eclipsed by the 1951 film.
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