History Film / AChristmasCarolTheMusical

4th Jan '16 10:43:06 AM Inspeps
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* ScaryBlackMan: The Ghost Of Christmas Present, when he's not being jolly.
4th Jan '16 10:33:42 AM Inspeps
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* MsFanservice: The Ghost Of Christmas Past in this version is a young blonde woman with a ''very'' short dress that shows that ShesGotLegs.
4th Dec '15 9:15:15 PM Karalora
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* EconomyCast: As in the corresponding stage play, members of an ensemble play a number of roles.

* EconomyCast: As in the corresponding stage play, members of an ensemble play a number of roles.
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* EconomyCast: As in GorgeousPeriodDress: All over the corresponding stage play, members of an ensemble play a number of roles.Fezziwigs' party.
3rd Dec '15 4:26:35 PM Pamina
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* AdaptationExpansion: The Past sequence rewrites Scrooge's childhood: rather than being from a well-off family but neglected in boarding school, in this version he came from a poor family, his father was sent to debtor's prison, and he was forced into child labor in a shoe factory. This version also gives us more of Young Scrooge's increasingly ruthless business dealings, showing him rejecting the Fezziwigs' application for a loan, and later shows the death of Jacob Marley as well.
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* AdaptationExpansion: The Past sequence rewrites Scrooge's childhood: rather childhood to more closely resemble Charles Dickens's own. Rather than being from a well-off family but neglected in boarding school, in this version he came from a poor family, his father was sent to debtor's prison, and he was forced into child labor in a shoe factory. This version also gives us more of Young Scrooge's increasingly ruthless business dealings, showing him rejecting the Fezziwigs' application for a loan, and later shows the death of Jacob Marley as well.
3rd Dec '15 4:24:28 PM Pamina
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* AdaptationExpansion: The Past sequence shows Scrooge's father being sent to debtor's prison, Scrooge rejecting the Fezziwigs' application for a loan, and the death of Jacob Marley.
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* AdaptationExpansion: The Past sequence shows rewrites Scrooge's childhood: rather than being from a well-off family but neglected in boarding school, in this version he came from a poor family, his father being was sent to debtor's prison, Scrooge and he was forced into child labor in a shoe factory. This version also gives us more of Young Scrooge's increasingly ruthless business dealings, showing him rejecting the Fezziwigs' application for a loan, and later shows the death of Jacob Marley.Marley as well.
2nd Dec '15 8:08:28 PM Pamina
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* GenderFlip: The Ghosts of Christmas Past and Yet to Come are both of AmbiguousGender in the book, but both obviously female here - a common adaptational choice for Past, but rarer for Yet to Come.
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* GenderFlip: The Ghosts of Christmas Past and Yet to Come are both of AmbiguousGender in the book, but both obviously female here - a common adaptational choice for Past, but rarer for here. Yet to Come.Come is also portrayed as an ethereal elderly WomanInWhite, rather than the dark hooded Grim Reaper-like figure of tradition.
2nd Dec '15 8:05:54 PM Pamina
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* GenderFlip: The Ghosts of Christmas Past and Yet to Come are both of AmbiguousGender in the book, but both obviously female here - a common adaptational choice for Past, but rarer for Yet to Come.

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* RaceLift: The Ghost of Christmas Present is black.
2nd Dec '15 8:00:49 PM Pamina
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* HotterAndSexier: Jane Krakowski as the Ghost of Christmas Past.
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* HotterAndSexier: Jane Krakowski as the a leggy, scantily-clad Ghost of Christmas Past.Past, who even does a pole dance on Scrooge's bedpost.
2nd Dec '15 7:56:50 PM Pamina
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* HotterAndSexier: Jane Krakowski as the Ghost of Christmas Past.
2nd Dec '15 7:52:55 PM Pamina
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** A musical passage during the same ball briefly quotes "Thank You Very Much" from ''Scrooge (1970)'', to which this adaptation is arguably a SpiritualSuccessor.
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** A musical passage during the same ball briefly quotes "Thank You Very Much" from ''Scrooge (1970)'', to which this adaptation is arguably a SpiritualSuccessor.SpiritualSuccessor. *TragicBromance: Unlike other versions, this ''Carol'' portrays Scrooge and Jacob Marley as having been genuinely good friends. The first thing Marley's ghost does upon appearing is burst into tears and hug Scrooge, and later, Scrooge is distraught at having to relive Marley's death in the Past sequence. Ruthless though he already was beforehand, we get the sense that Marley's death was the last straw that fully hardened Scrooge's heart.
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