Dickens' classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and three Christmas Ghosts that change his perception of life. Narrated by Vincent Price.
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A very rare example of a 1940s television broadcast still surviving in entirety. In the infancy of television, programs were always broadcast live because videotape recording technology did not yet exist. This is a kinescope recording, also known as a kine or telerecording. It was made by a film camera pointed at a television monitor filming the broadcast. Although crude, it was the only available method to record a live broadcast during the earliest days of television. See more
G. K. Chesterton has said 'In everyone there is a certain thing that loves children, fears death and that likes sunlight: that thing enjoys Dickens.'
Version of The Stingiest Man in Town
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
Traditional English Carol
Sung by The Robert Mitchell Boy Choir
(as The Mitchell Choirboys) See more