Alec Guinness, Albert Finney, Richard Beaumont, David Collings, Frances Cuka, Edith Evans, Michael Medwin, Kenneth More, Laurence Naismith, Suzanne Neve, Mary Peach, Anton Rodgers, Karen Scargill, and Kay Walsh in Scrooge (1970)

Scrooge (1970)

1h 53min. // A musical retelling of Charles Dickens’ classic novel about an old bitter miser taken on a journey of self-redemption, courtesy of several mysterious Christmas apparitions.

 

Directed by: Ronald Neame

Writing Credits: Charles Dickens (story), Leslie Bricusse (screenplay)

Starring: Albert Finney (as Ebenezer Scrooge), Edith Evans (as Ghost of Christmas Past), Kenneth More (as Ghost of Christmas Present) and Alec Guinness (as Jacob Marley’s Ghost)

 

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Awards:

WON. Golden Globes, USA 1971. Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical. Albert Finney.

NOMINATED. Golden Globes, USA 1971. Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical.

NOMINATED. Golden Globes, USA 1971. Best Screenplay – Motion Picture. Leslie Bricusse.

NOMINATED. Golden Globes, USA 1971. Best Original Score – Motion Picture. Leslie Bricusse, Ian Fraser and Herbert W. Spencer.

NOMINATED. Golden Globes, USA 1971. Best Original Song – Motion Picture. Leslie Bricusse for the song: “Thank You Very Much”.

NOMINATED. Academy Awards, USA 1971. Best Art Direction-Set Decoration. Terence MarshRobert Cartwright and Pamela Cornell.

NOMINATED. Academy Awards, USA 1971. Best Costume Design. Margaret Furse.

NOMINATED. Academy Awards, USA 1971. Best Music, Original Song. Leslie Bricusse for the song: “Thank You Very Much”.

NOMINATED. Academy Awards, USA 1971. Best Music, Original Song Score. Leslie Bricusse, Ian Fraser and Herbert W. Spencer.

NOMINATED. BAFTA Awards 1971. Best Art Direction. Terence Marsh.

NOMINATED. Laurel Awards 1971. Best Comedy Performance, Male. Albert Finney.

 

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Albert Finney in Scrooge (1970)

Alec Guinness and Albert Finney in Scrooge (1970)

 

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