There is no reference to the actual cost of the Turkey in the original book only to the reward the boy would have for getting the Poulter to come to his home
It was released as Mickey's Christmas Carol. Released in 1983, it was the first new Mickey Mouse animation to be released in 30 years.
This is one .Scrooge, talking to Marley's ghost, and says "There's more of gravy than the grave about you!"
In the book there is no one named Agnes, however in at least one movie adaptation Agnes is Scrooge's nephew's wife.
A merry merry christmas!
"A Christmas Carol" (1910)
Its Bob (Robert) Cratchit
The first movie version of A Christmas Carol was made in 1910, with Marc McDermott as Ebeneezer Scrooge
When scrooge read his name on the head stone in the cemetery
The one from the future.
Scrooge's dead business partner's name was Jacob Marley.
"A Christmas Carol" (1910). Stars Marc McDermott.
He is rich, greedy in the beginning of the movie, but is caring at the end.
Yes, sort of. In the movie you can see a puppet that looks similar to the Scrooge from the, "Christmas Carol" BTW I'm referring to the recent movie.
Michael Caine, who plays Ebenezer Scrooge.