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Scrooge in the Hood (2011)

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Charles Dickens' classic heart warming tale...not really. The Jewish mafia has decided to steal Scrooge's whoring business and ruin the holidays; all the while Scrooge is visited by the ... See full summary »

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Sally
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Abby
Kassandre Casame ...
Freda
Bill Jacques ...
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Jim Baker ...
Mike the Russian
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Charles Dickens' classic heart warming tale...not really. The Jewish mafia has decided to steal Scrooge's whoring business and ruin the holidays; all the while Scrooge is visited by the three ghosts of Christmas, who attempt to show him the errors of his greedy ways. Written by Richard Chandler

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We put the DICK in Charles DICKens! See more »

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Not Rated
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9 December 2016 (USA)  »

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Scrooge: Boy, shut your mouth before I pimp-slap your ass back into your mama's womb.
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A Totally Different Adaption
9 December 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Scrooge in the Hood is a different take on the Charles Dickens classic In this adaption. Scrooge is not a money lender like in all of the other adaptations. This one runs a prostitute business and the Jewish Mafia is trying to take over. This film is definitely not for children. There are the ghosts of past present and future, but there is a lot of language and sex jokes in this one. Richard Chandler is director and writer of this film. I got a good laugh out of this one. Great performances by George Raynor, Tina Krause, and Peter Morse. Richard Chandler who wrote and directed this film appears as the Ghost of Christmas Future. One thing is Richard having Tiny Tim as an adult instead of a child. Looking forward to seeing more work by this writer/director.


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