Mine is the one with George C. Scott. It was filmed in Shrewsbury, which seems to give it more authenticity. And, of course, Scott is an excellent actor!
Would you believe my favorite is the version with Mr. Magoo! I loved the songs.
I LOVED that version as a kid!
I love the classic version. But the Magoo version as well.
Scrooged. Bill Murray.
Alastair Sim version.
I like the Jim Carey 3D version. The 3D effect was so pronounced that I felt I was inside the story. Tons of animations in the last year have attempted 3D and seem pretty lame to me in comparison.My favorite non-animated version is with George C. Scott.
The black and white Alastair Sim version is my favorite. Watching it has become a Christmas tradition in my family.
Dose the Muppet version count?If so that's my favourite one, however Bah Hum Duck comes a close second.
by Brian L. Powell5 years ago
I just got through watching "The Man Who Came to Dinner"; and, I realized it was one of those movies that I have to see around Christmas.
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS2 years ago
Whenever I think of my childhood—I think about the wonderful movies that graced the screen both the “silver screen” and the TV screen. Even as my own children were growing up; we spent many warm...
by goldiekc6 years ago
"Charlie Brown Christmas" while we are decorating the tree; "White Christmas" and "A Christmas Carol" (the one with Alistair Sim)are part of my tradition every year. Bonus movies that...
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