Is this the definitive version of Charles Dickens’ classic Christmas Carol?
Alaistair Sim is Ebenezer Scrooge, a cold-hearted banker who despite his wealth, refuses charity and loathes the spirit of Christmas. On Christmas Eve, Scrooge is visited by three ghosts who take him on a tour of his life, past, present and future, giving him one final chance at redemption.
The Holly and the Ivy (1952)
Ralph Richardson plays a widowed English parson, who in an attempt to bring is estranged family back together, hosts a traditional Christmas gathering at his country vicarage. A sentimental tale of forgiveness, acceptance and the importance of family.
A gentle but poignant Christmas classic. Is this one of your forgotten favourites?
The Lemon Drop Kid (1951)
When was the last time you watched Bob Hope starring in this race-against-time festive comedy?
Adapted from a Damon Runyon short story, Hope plays The Lemon Drop Kid, a low-level con artist whose failed scam on a big-time gangster puts him against the clock to come up with the $10,000 he owes before Christmas day!
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