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A Christmas Carol (2000)

In this modern day adaptation of Charles Dickens classic novel, a mean loan shark is the subject of a haunting, attempting to make him see the error of his ways.

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Eddie's Dad
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Joyce
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Bob Cratchett
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Bella
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Jacob Marley
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Julie
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Sue Cratchett
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Jude (as Joanne McIntosh)
Shezwae Powell ...
Mrs Marley
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In this modern day adaptation of Charles Dickens classic novel, a mean loan shark is the subject of a haunting, attempting to make him see the error of his ways.

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20 November 2000 (UK)  »

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Ben Tibber reprised his role as Tiny Tim Cratchit from A Christmas Carol (1999). See more »

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Version of An All Dogs Christmas Carol (1998) See more »

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25 December 2005 | by See all my reviews

I actually stumbled upon this version from 2000 by accident. It was Christmas morning, 2002 and I was laying in bed looking for something to watch. I just happened to click on one of the local public stations out of Long Island and immediately became transfixed. I wasn't even sure of what I was watching. Then it struck me. A modern day Christmas Carol, complete with the British accents! What a treasure. The only negative thing I can say about this film is that it's next to impossible to find it playing on TV here in the states. It's also not available in any media form (VHS / DVD).

This is my favorite version of the Dickens classic and every cold-hearted anti holiday Grinch would be served well by one viewing.

If anyone knows where I can find this, please email me!!!! Thanks


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