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Sunday, December 18, 2016

REVISITING 1970's "SCROOGE" AS ALBERT FINNEY SINGS AND DANCES THRU THE CLASSIC HORROR

1970's British musical adaption of the classic Dickens tale sees the Christmas story come to life in a wonderfully gothic yet colorful way. A G-film for any audience, the songs are
top notch and Finney owns this. All three of the ghost sequences are outstanding and without spoiling suffice it to say the third ghost sequence brings a whole new meaning to the Ghost Of Christmas Future....The Horror!! Pinewoods Rating System - Four Pinewoods

Scrooge Movie Review & Film Summary (1970) | Roger Ebert

The notion of Albert Finney playing Ebenezer Scrooge is admittedly mind-boggling, and so is the idea of A Christmas Carol being turned into a musical. But "Scrooge" works very nicely on its intended level and the kids sitting near me seemed to be having a good time.

Scrooge (1970) Review - DarkMedia

It's the quintessential Christmas story, one that has been told many, many times throughout the years, and each and every retelling has its rabid fans. There have been dramas, comedies, cartoons, and even gender bending adaptations, but for me the very best of them is this pitch black 1970 musical starring Albert Finney and directed ...

THE OUTRIGHT HORROR!!

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