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BONNIEBONNEAU SparkPoints: (29,320)
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1/8/13 4:42 P

ty for ur posts, i had no idea, i thought may b 20 ish ..
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1/3/13 4:35 P

I don't know how many there are but the main TV channels in UK must have shown umpteen of them over Christmas this year!

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1/2/13 5:14 P

ty for ur posts,
wow over 200 versions !!

i did not know Marlo Thomas did a christmas movie ! cool
i will have to look into that. and a dog named christmas ? sounds very warm & fuzzy .

and thanks for the history update, about b&w .
merci !

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12/30/12 2:39 P

If you're looking for a fun holiday movie, try Bill Murray's Scrooged. That's a non traditional version of a Christmas Carol. If you'd like another traditional version, watch the one with George C Scott. That was very close to the book. Extremely well done. Do you like musicals ? Try Scrooge with Albert Finney. Also excellent.

If you want to have some fun, try a Muppet's Christmas Carol with Michael Caine.

PS - During the 1950s, movies could be in black and white or color. Depended on the budget of the picture. Even TV shows from the 1960s could still be in black and white. Color TVs weren't cheap. so, B/W was much more common.




Edited by: ARCHIMEDESII at: 12/30/2012 (14:41)
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12/30/12 2:23 P

However many there are, I was disappointed that they didn't show Marlo Thomas in her version of A Wonderful Life. November Christmas and a Dog Named Christmas, are exceellent shows.

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12/30/12 12:33 P

There are actually 200 versions of Christmas Carol on film.

BONNIEBONNEAU SparkPoints: (29,320)
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12/30/12 10:16 A

I just watched 2 , one from 1955 , but it was in black & white , i thought they had color back then ?

and i watched one from TNT , with Patrick Stewart in it - VERY GOOD !

r there more ??

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