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There are no shortages of A Christmas Carol, there seems to be a new version that gets made in a film every few years or so. But we all have a version we like that stands out more than the others.
So, the question I ask today is: what is your favorite version of A Christmas Carol?
The version that stands out more than the others to me is The Muppets Christmas Carol. Thanks to a brilliant performance by Michael Caine as Ebenezer Scrooge, the narrative and comic relief of both Gonzo and Rizzo as well as the musical numbers gives this film more than enough reason to still be an enjoyable watch all of these years later.
So what about you, screenagers? What is your favorite version of A Christmas Carol?
I’ll see you in the trenches.