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How many versions are there of "A Christmas Carol?

I have seen at least 20 this year alone but since it came out in 1856 I thought there should be at least 2 or 3 more out there eh?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    1.1901 directed by Walter R. Booth

    2.1908 with Thomas Ricketts

    3.1910 with Marc McDermott

    4.1913 with Sir Seymour Hicks

    5.1914 with Charles Rock

    6.1916 with Rupert Julian

    7.1922 with H. V. Esmond

    8.1923 with Russell Thorndike

    9.1926 ?

    10.1928 with Bransby Williams

    11.1935 with Sir Seymour Hicks again - My Third Favorite

    12.1938 with Reginald Owen - My Second Favorite

    13.1943 with William Podmore

    14.1947 with John Carradine

    15.1948 with Dennis King

    16.1949 with Taylor Holmes

    17.1950 with Bransby Williams

    18.1951 with Alastair Sim - My Favorite

    19.1951 with Ralph Richardson

    20.1952 with Malcolm Keen

    21.1953 with Noel Leslie

    22.1954 with Fredric March

    23.1956 with Basil Rathbone

    24,1957 with John McIntire

    25.1958 with Basil Rathbone again

    26.1964 with Sterling Hayden

    27.1964 with Cyril Ritchard

    28.1969 with Sid James

    29.1970 with Ron Haddrick

    30.1970 with Albert Finney - Believe it or not, I've never seen this.

    31.1971 with Alistair Sim - animated

    32.1977 with Michael Hordern

    33.1978 with Warren Graves

    34.1978 with Walter Matthau - Rankin/Bass Production

    35.1981 with William Paterson

    36.1982 with Henry Winkler

    37.1982 with Richard Hilger

    38.1984 with Jack Elam

    39.1984 with George C. Scott - My Fourth Favorite

    40.1988 with Rowan Atkinson as Ebenezer Blackadder

    41.1988 with Robert Guillaume

    42.1997 with Jack Palance

    43.1999 with Patrick Stewart - My Seventh Favorite

    44.2000 with Ross Kemp

    45.2001 with Simon Callow

    46.2001 with Dean Jones

    47.2004 with Kelsey Grammer

    plus

    48.Mickey's Christmas Carol - My Sixth Favorite

    49.Muppet's Christmas Carol - My Fifth Favorite

    50.Alvin and the Chipmunks Christmas Carol

    51.Animaniac's Christmas Carol

    52.Flinstone's Christmas Carol

    53.Sesame Street Christmas Carol

    54.Looney Tunes Christmas Carol

    55.Jetson's Christmas Carol

    56.Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol

    57.Bill Murray's Scrooged

    58.Lionel Barrymore portrayed Scrooge from 1934 through 1953 on the radio.

    59. The actual book by the best writer ever, Charles Dickens,

    actually the book is my favorite,

    two operas based on Christmas Carol and countless stage adaptations,

    and coming in 2009 Jim Carrey will be starring in a motion capture animated version, a la The Polar Express.

    I rather enjoy Dicken's Christmas Carol, if you haven't figured that out by now.

    There's more but I'm tired of doing this.

    • David5 years agoReport

      Seriously, wow that's a lot of versions

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  • 4 years ago

    The very best is Michael Caine and the Muppets with Kermit as the dutiful Bob Cratchit and Miss Piggy as his feisty wife, the Muppets do Dickens with Michael Caine as the miserly Scrooge. Musical-comedy adaptation of Dickens' classic "A Christmas Carol" featuring the Muppets. Miser Ebenezer Scrooge learns the true meaning of Christmas and reforms his heartless and money-grubbing ways after being visited on Christmas Eve by four Ghosts: his old business partners Jacob and Marley, the Ghost of Christmas Past, the Ghost of Christmas Present, and the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. --Feature-film directorial debut for Brian Henson, the 29-year-old son of the late puppeteer Jim Henson. Brian Henson began working as a puppeteer at his father's studio at age seventeen and took over as president and CEO of Jim Henson Productions following his father's death in 1990. BB

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    7

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  • fuzz
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Quite a few. I like Scrooge the Musical the best. I can't remember the actor's name who played Scrooge but it's a good one. Of course good deeds don't erase past bad deeds. Therefore, Scrooge would still go to hell. The only solution for bad behavior is that it has to be paid for. So each person must pay for his or her sin, in hell, or there has to be a substitute. That's what Jesus Christ's death on the cross was all about. He endured God's wrath for us. If we turn from our sins and put our faith and trust in Him for our salvation, then, and only then, will we go to heaven. Jesus rose again, which proved He won the victory over sin and death, and that He was God in human flesh, just like He said (John 8:57-58, etc.).

    Source(s): Romans 3:23; 6:23; 5:8; 10:9-10 The Ten Commandments define sin. They are found in Exodus 20.
    • Luz7 years agoReport

      But we are redeemed by the blood of the Lamb. If forgiveness isn't found in God, Jesus His son, the why would people repent. The Son died so that we my have that chance.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I'm not sure exactly..

    But I do know that it's way too many than need be!

    And It's sooo played out!

    I can't even take watching any versions even once anymore!

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  • 1 decade ago

    I think there is about 5.I don't really know.

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  • ally
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    i'm not sure, but my favourite is the muppet christmas carol

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  • 1 decade ago

    i'll think 10

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I have o idea, there's alot though.

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