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Janet Holywell (Character)
from The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)
- A Christmas Carol (2009) Played by Leslie Zemeckis (as Fred's Wife)
... aka "A Christmas Carol: An IMAX 3D Experience" - USA (IMAX version)
... aka "Disney's A Christmas Carol" - USA (complete title)
... aka "Disney's Christmas Carol" - Japan (English title)
- A Carol of Christmas (2005) Played by Tatjana Saysoff (as Fred's Wife)
- The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992) Played by Robin Weaver (as Clara)
- A Christmas Carol (1984) (TV) Played by Caroline Langrishe
- A Christmas Carol (1977) (TV) Played by Maev Alexander (as Fred's Wife)
- Scrooge (1970) Played by Mary Peach (as Fred's Wife)
- "Fredric March Presents Tales from Dickens"
... aka "Tales from Dickens" - UK (original title)
- A Christmas Carol (1959) TV episode, Played by Patricia Cree (as Fred's wife)
- A Christmas Carol (1951) Played by Olga Edwardes (as Fred's Wife)
... aka "Scrooge" - UK (original title)
- A Christmas Carol (1950) (TV) Played by Ann Wrigg (as Fred's Wife)
- Scrooge (1935) Played by Eve Gray (as Fred's wife)
Fred Holywell: Uncle Ebenezer, this is my wife Janet. Janet this is Uncle Ebenezer.
Janet Holywell: It's a pleasure.
Ebenezer Scrooge: More like a surprise, wouldn't you say?
Janet Holywell: Well, that too.
Fred Holywell: That's quite true. Quite honestly, it is a surprise. At least yesterday, you made it quite clear, it seemed to me at least, that you had no intention of accepting my annual invitation.
Ebenezer Scrooge: I made other things clear too, didn't I, Fred? That Christmas was a humbug - a waste of time and money. A false and commercial festival, devoutly to be ignored.
Fred Holywell: Yes, basically, that was it.
Ebenezer Scrooge: Well, I've come for three reasons. First, to beg your pardon for the things I said about Christmas. That was a humbug, Fred.
Fred Holywell: Was it?
Ebenezer Scrooge: I didn't know it then, but I know it now. Secondly, I've come to meet your wife.
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