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A selfish, cynical television executive is haunted by three spirits bearing lessons on Christmas Eve.

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Frank Cross
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Claire Phillips
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Lew Hayward
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Brice Cummings
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Eliot Loudermilk
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Ghost of Christmas Past
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Ghost of Christmas Present
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Preston Rhinelander
Nicholas Phillips ...
Calvin Cooley
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Herman
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Grace Cooley
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Gramma
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James Cross
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Jacob Marley
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Robert Goulet
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Scrooge
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John Houseman
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Lee Majors
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Ghost of Christmas Present (TV)
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Earl Cross (as Brian Doyle Murray)
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Mary Lou Retton
Al 'Red Dog' Weber ...
Santa Claus
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Mrs. Claus
June Chandler ...
June Cleaver
Michael Eidam ...
Wally Cleaver
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Ted
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Wayne
Sanford Jensen ...
IBC Executive
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IBC Executive (as Jeffrey Joseph)
Dick Blasucci ...
IBC Executive
Peter Bromilow ...
Archbishop
Bill Marcus ...
IBC Guard
Cal Gibson ...
IBC Guard
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Steven Cooley
Tamika McCollum ...
Shasta Cooley
Koren McCollum ...
Randee Cooley
Reina King ...
Lanell Cooley
Paul Tuerpe ...
Stage Manager (as Paul Tuerpé)
Lester Wilson ...
Choreographer
Ron Strang ...
Art Director (as Ronald Strang)
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Lady Censor
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Carpenter
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Carpenter
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IBC Nurse
Ralph Gervais ...
Mouse Wrangler
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Foreman
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Headwaiter
Lisa Mende ...
Doris Cross
Ryan Todd ...
Frank as Child
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Tina
Selma Archerd ...
Mrs. Claus at Party
Jay Byron ...
Man #2 at Party
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Party Guest
C. Ransom Walrod ...
Party Animal
James R. Miller ...
Security Guard at Party
Jennie Lew Tugend ...
Foo-Ling at Party (as Jennie Lew-Tugend)
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Mike the Mailman
Shawn Michaels ...
Stage Manager - 'Frisbee'
Stella Hall ...
Lew Hayward's Secretary
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Belle
Delores Hall ...
Hazel
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Woman in Shelter
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Man in Shelter
Sydna Scott ...
Woman #2 in Shelter
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Wendie Cross
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Guest
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Guest
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Guest
Lauri Kempson ...
Guest
Chaz Conner ...
Ghost of Christmas Future - TV (as Chaz Conner Jr.)
Miro Polo ...
Mary Lou's Coach
Ralph Bruneau ...
Nephew
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Mrs. Rhinelander
James Kindelon ...
Butler (as James E. Kindelon)
Raphael Harris ...
Older Calvin
Wayne A. Finkelman ...
Orderly (as Wayne Finkelman)
Susan Barnes ...
Harpy
Lynne Randall ...
Harpy
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Waiter
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Priest
Dick McGarvin ...
Announcer
Tom Doak ...
Video Tape Director
Sam Drummy ...
Cameraman on Crane
Winfred Tennison ...
Marvin
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Technicians (as Stephen Kahan)
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Technicians
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Technicians (as Henry V. Brown)
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Technician
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Technician
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Street Musicians
Larry Carlton ...
Street Musicians
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Street Musicians
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Street Musicians
The Caroling Company ...
Carolers
Solid Gold Dancers ...
Scroogettes
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jim Hendricks ...
Commander USA (archiveFootage)
Susanne Lavelle ...
(unconfirmed)
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(unconfirmed)
Audrey K. Baranishyn ...
Solid Gold Dancer (uncredited)
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Dog (uncredited)
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Scroogette (uncredited)
Sig Frohlich ...
Sig (uncredited)
J. Mills Goodloe ...
IBC Technician (uncredited)
Robert Hammond ...
Ghost of Christmas Future (uncredited)
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IBC Promo Announcer (uncredited) (voice)
Jamilah Lucas ...
Scroogette (uncredited)
Macarena ...
Scroogette (uncredited)
Mitchell Roche ...
Street Urchin / Caroler (uncredited)
Daniel Shiplacoff ...
Singer (uncredited)
Norman D. Wilson ...
TV Crew (uncredited)

Directed by

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Richard Donner

Written by

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Mitch Glazer ... (written by) &
Michael O'Donoghue ... (written by)
 
Charles Dickens ... (novel "A Christmas Carol") (suggestion)

Produced by

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Richard Donner ... producer
Peter Frankfurt ... production associate
Raymond Hartwick ... co-producer (as Ray Hartwick)
Jennie Lew Tugend ... associate producer
Art Linson ... producer
Stephen J. Roth ... executive producer (as Steve Roth)

Music by

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Danny Elfman ... (music score by)

Cinematography by

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Michael Chapman ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Fredric Steinkamp
William Steinkamp

Editorial Department

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Stuart Baird ... post-production consultant
Debra Goldfield ... assistant film editor
Terry Haggar ... color timer
Karl F. Steinkamp ... assistant film editor
Michael T. Wilson ... assistant film editor

Casting By

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David Rubin

Production Design by

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J. Michael Riva

Art Direction by

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Virginia L. Randolph

Set Decoration by

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Linda DeScenna

Costume Design by

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Wayne A. Finkelman ... (as Wayne Finkelman)

Makeup Department

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Thomas R. Burman ... special makeup effects creator and designer
Bari Dreiband-Burman ... special makeup effects creator and designer / supervising makeup artist
Bob Grimaldi ... hair stylist: New York (as Robert Grimaldi)
Edward Jackson ... makeup artist: New York (as Edward Jackson Jr.)
Rolf John Keppler ... special makeup effects artist
John Logan ... crew: The Burman Studio Inc.
Robert Norin ... makeup artist
Stephen Robinette ... hair stylist
Marlene D. Williams ... hair stylist supervisor (as Marlene Williams)

Production Management

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Raymond Hartwick ... unit production manager (as Ray Hartwick)
Roger Paradiso ... unit production manager: New York

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Tommy Burns ... additional second assistant director (as Thomas Burns)
Donald J. Lee Jr. ... second second assistant director: New York
Gaetano Lisi ... first assistant director: second unit, New York
Richard Patrick ... additional second assistant director: New York (as Richard D. Patrick)
Mic Rodgers ... second unit director
Adele Simmons ... additional second assistant director
James W. Skotchdopole ... second assistant director
Chris Soldo ... first assistant director
Gabriela Vázquez ... second second assistant director
Michael Thau ... second unit director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Jack E. Ackerman ... assistant property master
Michael Bird ... property master: New York
Paul J. Campanella ... production painter
Ralph Cava ... scenic chargeperson: New York
Jeff Clark ... sign writer
Anthony Feola ... labor foreperson (as Tony Feola)
David L. Glazer ... assistant property master (as David Glazer)
Alan Hicks ... set decorator: New York (as John Alan Hicks)
Richard Leon ... property person
Tom McCown ... property person
Ric McElvin ... lead person
Erik L. Nelson ... property master (as Erik Nelson)
Lee Orlikoff ... property person
Nancy Patton ... set designer
Tony Piller ... property person
John-Paul Riva ... art department production assistant
Ken Scaife ... construction supervisor
Robert Scaife ... construction coordinator (as Bob Scaife)
Terry Scott ... construction foreperson
Alex Scutti Jr. ... set plasterer (as Alex Scutti)
Tom Southwell ... illustrator (as Thomas Southwell)
Ron Strang ... scenic artist
William James Teegarden ... set designer (as William J. Teegarden)
Matt Thompson ... labor foreperson
Ed Verreaux ... illustrator (as Edward S. Verreaux)
John Villarino ... construction supervisor
Mike Villarino ... construction foreperson (as Michael Villarino)
Dianne Wager ... set designer
Leslie Warren ... art department coordinator (as Leslie C. Warren)
Tom Warren ... art director: New York (as Thomas Warren)
Clyde Zimmerman ... paint foreperson
Michael Denering ... scenic artist (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Rick Alexander ... re-recording mixer (as Dick Alexander)
Carmen Baker ... assistant adr editor (as Carmen Hocson)
Willie D. Burton ... production sound mixer (as Willie Burton)
Virginia Cook-McGowan ... sound editor
Teri E. Dorman ... sound editor
Thom 'Coach' Ehle ... sound stereo consultant: Dolby (as Thom Ehle)
Jay Engel ... supervising adr editor
John P. Fasal ... electronic sound effects (as John Paul Fasal)
Les Fresholtz ... re-recording mixer
Robert W. Harris ... cable person (as Robert Harris)
Robert G. Henderson ... supervising sound editor (as Robert George Henderson)
David M. Horton ... sound editor (as D. Michael Horton)
Joseph A. Ippolito ... sound editor
Marvin E. Lewis ... boom operator (as Marvin Lewis)
Al Mian ... sound mixer: New York
Karen Minahan ... assistant sound editor
Alan Robert Murray ... supervising sound editor
Walter Newman ... sound editor
Greg Orloff ... foley recorded by
Vern Poore ... re-recording mixer
John Roesch ... foley artist
Alicia Stevenson ... foley artist
Winfred Tennison ... additional boom operator
Brooke Henderson Ward ... assistant sound editor
Denise Whiting ... adr editor (as Denise R. Whiting)
Marshall Winn ... sound editor
Ellen Heuer ... foley artist (uncredited)
Carolyn Tapp ... foley recordist (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Albert Delgado ... special effects foreperson
Steven C. Foster ... special effects (as Steven Foster)
Allen Hall ... special effects coordinator (as Allen L. Hall)
Gary L. Karas ... special effects
Joe Montenegro ... special effects
Bill Traynor ... special effects: New York (as William Traynor)
Mike Menzel ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Grant Harper Reid ... location assistant: special effects (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Eric Brevig ... visual effects supervisor
C. Marie Davis ... visual effects editor (as Marie Davis)
Jim Dixon ... network computer animation
David Goldberg ... model shop supervisor (as Dave Goldberg)
Jeff Matakovich ... optical supervisor
Craig Newman ... effects production supervisor
Michael Shea ... motion control photographer (as Mike Shea)
James Monroe Tharp Jr. ... model maker
James Valentine ... rotoscope supervisor
Allen Blaisdell ... visual effects camera operator (uncredited)
George Muhs ... visual effects (uncredited)
Michelle Porter ... visual effects coordinator (uncredited)
Kathleen Quaife-Hodge ... special effects animator (uncredited)
Jody Rogers ... visual effects editor (uncredited)
Michael Talarico ... motion control technician (uncredited)

Stunts

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Gene Harrison ... stunts
Larry Nicholas ... stunts
Hugh Aodh O'Brien ... stunts (as Hugh A. O'Brien)
Mic Rodgers ... stunt coordinator / stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Walt Berry ... lamp operator
Anthony Brook ... first assistant photographer: New York (as Anthony S. Brooke)
Aaron Caughran ... assistant camera
Ted Churchill ... Steadicam operator: New York
James A. Dolan ... best boy
George Dunagan ... lamp operator
Brad Emmons ... lamp operator
Raymond Fortune ... best boy
Michael Genne ... camera operator (as Michael A. Genne)
Adam Glick ... set lighting technician
Louis Goldman ... still photographer: New York
Larry Hezzelwood ... first assistant photographer
Petr Hlinomaz ... electrician
Ed Jackson ... grip
David Katz ... video assist operator
Billy Kerwick ... grip
Kevin J. Lang ... chief rigging electrician
Al LaVerde ... first company grip (as Alexander LaVerde)
Brian McAward ... second assistant camera
Steven C. McGee ... assistant chief lighting technician (as Steve McGee)
Peter Norman ... additional director of photography: New York
Paul Postelnicu ... second assistant photographer: New York
Tom Priestley Jr. ... camera operator: New York
Richard Quinlan ... chief lighting technician: New York (as Richard J. Quinlan)
Ed Quinn ... first company grip: New York (as Edwin Quinn)
P. Scott Sakamoto ... first assistant photographer (as Scott Sakamoto)
Phelt M. Saucier ... lamp operator (as Phelt Saucier)
John R. Shannon ... still photographer (as John Shannon)
Stephen St. John ... steadicam operator
Ty Suehiro ... grip
Monte Swann ... 24-frame playback operator
Gary Tandrow ... chief lighting technician (as Gary B. Tandrow)
Michael Thau ... video supervisor & layout
Joseph Trammell ... video assistant: New York (as Joe Trammell) / video playback operator
Rand R. Vargas ... second company grip
Greg Walters ... second assistant photographer (as Gregory Walters)
Clay H. Wilson ... dolly grip (as Clay Wilson)
Stephen Ashley Blake ... cinematographer: second unit (uncredited)
Michael Paris ... still photographer (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Lisa Beach ... casting assistant
Franklyn Warren ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jennifer Butler ... costumer
Philip Maldonado ... costumer
Antonio Martínez ... costumer
Jennifer L. Parsons ... costume supervisor (as Jennifer Parsons)
Nava R. Sadan ... assistant costumer (as Nava Sadan)
Guy Tanno ... costumer: men, New York
Rose Trimarco ... costumer: women, New York (as Rose Cuervo)

Location Management

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Vibeke Arntzen ... location liaison: New York
Lynn Kuwahara ... location manager (as Lynn M. Kuwahara)
Bruce Roberts ... location aide
Chris Schutsky ... location assistant

Music Department

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David Anderle ... music supervisor
Bob Badami ... music editor
Steve Bartek ... orchestrator
Tom Boyd ... musician: oboe soloist
George Doering ... musician
Robert Fernandez ... music scoring mixer
Jimmy Iovine ... music supervisor
Steven Scott Smalley ... additional orchestrations
Shirley Walker ... music conducted by
Dan Goldwasser ... soundtrack producer (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Dan Anglin ... transportation coordinator
Ron Hinsley ... transportation captain
Harry J. Leavey ... transportation captain: New York (as Harry Leavey)

Other crew

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Kristen Andersen ... accounting clerk
Rebecca Baehler ... assistant: Bill Murray
Alexander B. Collett ... assistant: Richard Donner
Patti Dalzell ... script supervisor (as Patricia Dalzell)
James Fred Donelson ... crew: Video Image (as Fred Donelson)
Tad Driscoll ... accounting assistant
Mary Fellows ... production assistant
Anthony Goldschmidt ... title design by
Rhonda C. Gunner ... video displays: Video Image
Greg Harms ... crew: Video Image
Richard Harner ... production assistant
Craig Harris ... craft service
Tory Herald ... clip clearances
Jillian Hessel ... ballet choreographer
Ellen M. Hillers ... production coordinator: New York (as Ellen Hillers)
Gloria Hoffman ... studio teacher
Richard E. Hollander ... video displays: Video Image
Michele Imperato ... assistant production office coordinator
Aaron Katz ... crew: Video Image
David Katz ... crew: Video Image (as Dave Katz)
Mike Keeler ... crew: Video Image
Jan Kemper ... script supervisor
Kool Moe Dee ... misc crew
Shari Leibowitz ... production office coordinator
Pete Martinez ... crew: Video Image
Gregory L. McMurry ... video displays: Video Image (as Gregory L. McMurray)
William J. Meshover ... assistant: Stuart Baird (as William Meshover)
Cynthia Neber ... secretary: Richard Donner
Scott Nimerfro ... video coordinator
Lou Phillips ... production auditor (as Louis B. Phillips)
Jeffrey Pittle ... parking wrangler
June Popowich ... assistant: Bill Murray
Steven Ritt ... dog trainer
Patti Roberts-Nelson ... assistant: art linson (as Patti Roberts Nelson)
Marsha Robertson ... unit publicist
Carolyn Rothstein ... production secretary
Ilyse Selwyn ... secretary: Richard Donner
Bruce Shultz ... crew: Video Image
Jerry Smith ... crew: Video Image
Mark Snovell ... research coordinator
Tim Sullivan ... production assistant
Marla Tate ... clip clearances
Susan Towner ... assistant production auditor
Jim Vatis ... production assistant (as James Vatis)
John C. Wash ... video displays: Video Image
Lester Wilson ... "solid gold" choreography
Greg Knapp ... set medic (uncredited)

Thanks

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Anne Ramsey ... dedicatee
Roger M. Rothstein ... dedicatee (as Roger Rothstein)
Robert Scaife ... dedicatee (as Bob Scaife)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Francis Xavier Cross is a cynical, mean spirited television executive, he treats his loyal assistant with contempt. He just sacked a member of staff on Christmas Eve for simply disagreeing with him, and he's alienated himself from his brother who still insists on inviting Frank to Christmas dinner despite him refusing to go every year. However, Frank is forced to learn the true meaning of Christmas when he's visited by three ghosts. Written by Iantjambo

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Taglines Bill Murray is back among the ghosts. Only this time, it's three against one. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Scrooge: A Christmas Carol (United States)
  • Fantômes en fête (France)
  • Die Geister die ich rief (Germany)
  • Los fantasmas atacan al jefe (Spain)
  • Benim Gecem (Turkey, Turkish title)
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  • 101 min
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Budget $32,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Bill Murray and Director Richard Donner reportedly did not enjoy working together, creating a lot of tension on-set. When asked by film critic Roger Ebert if he had any disagreements with Donner, Murray replied: "Only a few. Every single minute of the day. That could have been a really, really great movie. The script was so good. There's maybe one take in the final cut movie that is mine. We made it so fast, it was like doing a movie live. He kept telling me to do things louder, louder, louder. I think he was deaf." See more »
Goofs After the encounter with the Ghost of Christmas Past, Frank decides to visit Claire at work. The business card she gave him says "Operation Reach Out" but the doors Frank walks into say "Operation Outreach". See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Cocoon: The Return/Full Moon in Blue River/Scrooged/Hanna's War/Buster (1988). See more »
Soundtracks Brown Eyed Girl See more »
Crazy Credits About a third of the way through the closing credits, Bill Murray appears with the word "Scrooged" across the screen in front of him. He looks down and brushes the front of his jacket a few times, with each brush a couple of the letters in the title chase off the screen as if he's brushing them off his jacket. See more »
Quotes Frank Cross: It's Christmas Eve! It's... it's the one night of the year when we all act a little nicer, we... we... we smile a little easier, we... w-w-we... we... we cheer a little more. For a couple of hours out of the whole year, we are the people that we always hoped we would be!
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