Christmas movies 2014: Films to watch on TV this Christmas

Christmas movies 2014: Films to watch on TV this Christmas

Stalking the Belle Époque: Sunday Viewing: “Scrooge,” 1951

Stalking the Belle Époque: Sunday Viewing: “Scrooge,” 1951

Scrooge (1951) with Alastair Sim - My most favorite Scrooge! Watch from 1:12 minutes and 7 seconds - unless you want to watch the whole movie.

Scrooge (1951) with Alastair Sim - My most favorite Scrooge! Watch from 1:12 minutes and 7 seconds - unless you want to watch the whole movie.

▶ A Christmas Carol [Scrooge] (1951) - Alastair Sim version. An old bitter miser is given a chance for redemption when he is haunted by three ghosts on Christmas Eve. [pinned by PartyTalent.com]

▶ A Christmas Carol [Scrooge] (1951) - Alastair Sim version. An old bitter miser is given a chance for redemption when he is haunted by three ghosts on Christmas Eve. [pinned by PartyTalent.com]

Scrooge. (1951) A Christmas Carol. HD Full Movie.1:26:32- Published on May 26,2013.There have been countless productions of the Charles Dickens tale of redemption,including the latest Jim Carrey version from Disney.However Alastair Sim was born to be the character,none of the films come close to capturing the "essence" of the story than this one.Alistair Sims,absolutely brilliant...

Scrooge. (1951) A Christmas Carol. HD Full Movie.1:26:32- Published on May 26,2013.There have been countless productions of the Charles Dickens tale of redemption,including the latest Jim Carrey version from Disney.However Alastair Sim was born to be the character,none of the films come close to capturing the "essence" of the story than this one.Alistair Sims,absolutely brilliant...

Scrooge "A Christmas Carol" (1951) Original Movie Trailer with Alastair Sim.  Daddy always made sure to watch this with us every Christmas.  Daddy & I both tried to read the book, but found it hard to read old English.

Scrooge "A Christmas Carol" (1951) Original Movie Trailer with Alastair Sim. Daddy always made sure to watch this with us every Christmas. Daddy & I both tried to read the book, but found it hard to read old English.

Scrooge (1951) Alastair Sim--my favorite Scrooge! He was just annoyed and sarcastic..... I can relate to that :)

Scrooge (1951) Alastair Sim--my favorite Scrooge! He was just annoyed and sarcastic..... I can relate to that :)

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