An American Christmas Carol

1979 film directed by Eric Till

An American Christmas Carol is a 1979 film about a miser is given a ghostly chance at redemption on Christmas Eve.

Directed by Eric Till. Written by Jerome Coopersmith.
Charles Dicken's Victorian London becomes America's great Depression in this exciting new film  (taglines)

DialogueEdit

Benedict Slade: Yup, that's me! I always moved in when the moment was good. I could always smell a good business deal.
Ghost of Christmas Past: So could Latham. Look where he ended up.

Benedict Slade: Wait, wait. There is something about this place. Something draws me right to it. The monument looks fairly new, and yet, neglected.
Ghost of Christmas Future: No one visits that grave.
Benedict Slade: Not ever?
Ghost of Christmas Future: Not ever.
Benedict Slade: To lie in a grave, un-loved and un-remembered, is as if the life was never lived.
Ghost of Christmas Future: That is the only... real death.

TaglinesEdit

  • Charles Dicken's Victorian London becomes America's great Depression in this exciting new film
  • Henry Winkler is Scrooge

CastEdit

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