The Man Who Invented Christmas #FilmReview #BriFri — 5 Comments

  1. This year we watched the George C Scott version but I am adding this version for the holidays. One of my favorites is with Alastair Simms. This sounds delightful, and God bless us everyone!

  2. One of my favourite Christmas tales ever – probably ever since took part in a dramatic version at school. We watched ‘The Man Who Invented Christmas’ recently – and it’s fun. You even wonder whether some of it might be true! I smell a potential future classic – perhaps not in the league of ‘Scrooge’ or ‘It’s a wonderful life’ – but not bad, not bad at all. In return, I’m offering you a summary of everything about Christmas in Britain. And (for the moment) it’s free. I ask you, what can you get for nothing threse days?

  3. I’ve been on a Christmas book binge – not so many films – but tied to Dickens is Dickensian – it’s been running on PBS here – it’s a mash up of ALL the Dickens books – and the murder of Marley is a featured element in the earlier scenes. I’m still of two minds on it -but it’s been interesting to spot out characters from his work.

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