- Casting Gag: Fezziwig's lad is played by Tony Warner, who starred in another Dickens adaptation - Great Expectations (where he was the Young Pip).
- Completely Different Title: The opening credits show that Scrooge was the original title in Britain, but it was changed to A Christmas Carol in America to match the novel.
- Hey, It's That Place!: The exterior of Scrooge and Marley's office is used in the murder of Annie Chapman in A Study in Terror.
- Recycled Set: The street in the scene where Scrooge meets the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, is the same street corner as earlier in the film when Scrooge is going home after having had his dinner and encounters the blind man with his dog. Fences have been added to make it appear to be a dead end street.
Trivia / Scrooge (1951)