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Scrooge's Rock 'N' Roll Christmas (1984)

Not Rated | | TV Movie 23 December 1984
Scrooge's Rock 'N' Roll Christmas.

Director:

Lou Tedesco

Writer:

Rex Sparger
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Credited cast:
The Association The Association ... Magic Snow Globe Singers / Partiers
Lee Benton ... The Girl
Bridget Bridget ... Magic Snow Globe Singer
Jack Elam ... Scrooge
Bobby Goldsboro Bobby Goldsboro ... Magic Snow Globe Singer
Mike Love ... Magic Snow Globe Singer / Partier / Customer
Mary MacGregor Mary MacGregor ... Magic Snow Globe Singer
Paul Revere & The Raiders Paul Revere & The Raiders ... Magic Snow Globe Singers / Partiers (as The Raiders)
Paul Revere Paul Revere ... Magic Snow Globe Singer / Partier
Merrilee Rush Merrilee Rush ... Magic Snow Globe Singer
Three Dog Night Three Dog Night ... Magic Snow Globe Singers / Partiers
Dean Torrence Dean Torrence ... Magic Snow Globe Singer / Partier
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Scrooge's Rock 'N' Roll Christmas.

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 December 1984 (USA) See more »

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Soundtracks

Jingle Bell Rock
Written by Joe Beal and Jim Boothe
Performed by Michael Love & Dean Torrence
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OMG -- Worst Xmas Special EVER
24 December 2006 | by mschaferSee all my reviews

I just caught this abomination on a local public TV station (which obviously got it very cheap). It looks like someone's community college senior video project -- the video quality is poor, the lighting is bad, etc. The great Jack Elam (I'm sad to say) and the blond girl are awful, acting-wise. The musical artists (all of whom were, to be blunt, quite washed up in 1984; I mean, the Association? 3 Dog Night?) all lip-sync VERY badly, and Bobby Goldsboro appears to be wearing Tony Orlando's old hair! I have no recollection of even being aware of this thing in '84, and I'd be astounded if this actually aired on a network, or even in syndication. Some camp value, to be sure, but utterly horrendous!


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