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A Christmas Carol (2000 film)

A Christmas Carol
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Directed by Catherine Morshead
Produced by Joshua St. Johnston
Written by Peter Bowker
Starring Ross Kemp, Ray Fearon, Angeline Ball, Mina Anwar
Release date(s) 20 December 2000
Running time approx 72 min.
Language English

A Christmas Carol is a 2000 television movie modern adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. It stars Ross Kemp in the role of Eddie Scrooge.

Plot

Eddie Scrooge is an unscrupulous loan shark living on a poor estate, his business partner Jacob Marley is killed and although Eddie knows why he was killed he does not disclose this information to the police, or Marley's family.

On Christmas Eve Eddie is taught the true meaning of Christmas by the three ghosts of Christmas, past, present and future.

Cast

See also

  • List of A Christmas Carol adaptations

External links

  • Internet Movie Database


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