History YMMV / AChristmasCarolTheMusical

18th Apr '18 9:53:32 AM ChipGoffOfROR
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** The last event the Ghost of Christmas Past brings Scrooge to see is the death of Jacob Marley. Poor Scrooge can't do a thing he's forced to rewatch Marley collapse and die in his past-self's arms.
-->'''Scrooge''': "He was my only friend..."
18th Mar '18 10:09:16 PM lalalei2001
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* NightmareRetardant: This film has one of the least fearsome Ghosts of Christmas yet to Come of any adaptation of ''A Christmas Carol''.

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* NightmareRetardant: This film has one of the least fearsome Ghosts of Christmas yet Yet to Come of any adaptation of ''A Christmas Carol''.
18th Mar '18 10:05:18 PM lalalei2001
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* NightmareRetardant: This film has one of the least fearsome Ghosts of Christmas yet to come of any adaptation of ''A Christmas Carol''.

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* NightmareRetardant: This film has one of the least fearsome Ghosts of Christmas yet to come Come of any adaptation of ''A Christmas Carol''.
18th Mar '18 8:38:02 PM tyrekecorrea
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* NightmareRetardant: This film has one of the least fearsome Ghosts of Christmas yet to come of any adaptation of ''A Christmas Carol''.
8th Mar '18 11:41:26 AM lalalei2001
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* TearJerker: In the future, as Scrooge begs for another chance, he sees everyone he spurned singing "God Bless Us Everyone" as a sign of forgiveness. Then he sees the spirits of his mother and sister, and Scrooge himself joins in with the song.

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* TearJerker: TearJerker:
** Scrooge is utterly despondent at the future he sees, asking how it can be when he's learned so much and his heart is so full.
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In the future, as Scrooge begs for another chance, he sees everyone he spurned singing "God Bless Us Everyone" as a sign of forgiveness. Then he sees the spirits of his mother and sister, and Scrooge himself joins in with the song.
4th Mar '18 7:51:17 PM lalalei2001
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* NarmCharm: Kelsey Grammer's performance, especially his singing, is overdone at times but a lot of fun.



* TearJerker: In the future, as Scrooge begs for another chance he sees everyone he spurned singing "God Bless Us Everyone" as a sign of forgiveness. Then he sees the spirits of his mother and sister, and Scrooge himself joins in with the song.

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* TearJerker: In the future, as Scrooge begs for another chance chance, he sees everyone he spurned singing "God Bless Us Everyone" as a sign of forgiveness. Then he sees the spirits of his mother and sister, and Scrooge himself joins in with the song.
2nd Mar '18 10:18:09 AM lalalei2001
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* CrackIsCheaper: The DVD version is out of print and tends to go for anywhere from 30 dollars to 60.
10th Feb '18 11:16:04 PM lalalei2001
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* NightmareFuel: In the movie, Mrs. Mops selling Scrooge's goods to Old Joe includes a shot of her yanking the shirt off of Scrooge's dead body, letting the viewer see his upper half and face. Her role up to that point had been as a kind person with comic relief, making her spiteful glee at his death even worse.

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* NightmareFuel: In the movie, Mrs. Mops and the undertaker selling Scrooge's goods to Old Joe includes a shot of her yanking the shirt off of pillow out from under Scrooge's dead body, letting the viewer see his upper half and face. Her Mops' role up to that point had been as a kind person with comic relief, making her spiteful glee at his death even worse.
9th Feb '18 8:26:30 PM lalalei2001
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* NightmareFuel: In the movie, Mrs. Mops selling Scrooge's goods to Old Joe includes a shot of her yanking the shirt off of Scrooge's dead body, letting the viewer see his upper half and face. Her role up to that point had been as a kind person with comic relief, making her spiteful glee at his death even worse.
9th Feb '18 8:22:35 PM lalalei2001
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* HoYay: Scrooge and Marley already had some of this in the book, but the musical and especially the film version take it even further. Here, besides being business partners, they're genuinely good friends to the point where Scrooge seems more upset at Marley dying than his fiancee leaving him. The first thing Marley's ghost does upon appearing is burst into tears and hug his "dear, dear Scrooge," and his younger self does a lot of staring when Scrooge is with Emily.

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* HoYay: Scrooge and Marley already had some of this in the book, but the musical and especially the film version take it even further. Here, besides being business partners, they're genuinely good friends to the point where Scrooge seems more upset at Marley dying than his fiancee leaving him. The first thing Marley's ghost does upon appearing is burst into tears and hug his "dear, dear Scrooge," he looks nostalgic and puts a hand over his heart when talking about the Ghost of Christmas Past (who in this version shows Scrooge his partnership with Marley among other things), and his younger self does a lot of staring when Scrooge is with Emily.
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