Sam leaps into the body of Reginald Pearson, valet to millionaire Michael Blake a hard-nosed businessman. It's Christmas-time and his business plans are to tear down the 4th Street Mission so he can build a new office plaza. Al tells Sam that his mission is to save Blake from his own bah humbug ways. Sam takes him on a trip down memory lane by visiting his old neighborhood where he meets old friends and learns what happened to some of his old friends. Blake also takes an interest in the pretty Salvation Army Captain who runs the Mission. Despite progress, Sam can't quite get Blake to take the final step so he and Al decide the time has come to show him his future. Written by
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Charles Dickens wrote "A Christmas Carol" in 1843. See more
When the Rolls Royce pulls out on to the street right before Sam shows Mr. Blake the box with pictures there are clearly 70's and 80's American automobiles on the street, cars that didn't exist in 1962. See more
[Blake is demanding of Captain Downey and her Salvation Army that they move out of their mission, which is to be destroyed
Dr. Sam Beckett
Sir, maybe she could move into one of your properties, and all the other people could go...
Shut up, Pearson.
Michael G. Blake
Shut up, Calloway.
from the German "Stille Nacht" (uncredited)
Lyrics by Joseph Mohr
Composed by Franz Gruber
(1818) See more