A Christmas Carol – The 1st Film Version

Scrooge; or Marley’s Ghost (1901) – Walter R. Booth

“Scrooge; or, Marley’s Ghost” is the oldest known film adaptation of Charles Dickens’ 1843 novel “A Christmas Carol”. Only about half of the original film has survived. It was shown to King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra at Sandringham House in December 1901 in a Royal Command Performance.

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One Response to “A Christmas Carol – The 1st Film Version”

  1. Matt Stewart Says:

    1901… wow. So long ago, I would love to get my hands on a film like this, Thanks for sharing!


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