A Christmas Carol (1910 film)
A Christmas Carol, is a 1910 silent short film directed by J. Searle Dawley for Edison. It runs 13 minutes and is one of the earliest film adaptations of Charles Dickens' famous 1843 novella. It featured Marc McDermott as Ebenezer Scrooge and Charles S. Ogle as Bob Cratchit.
|A Christmas Carol|
|Directed by||J. Searle Dawley|
|Story by||Charles Dickens|
|Based on||A Christmas Carol|
by Charles Dickens
|Starring||Marc McDermott |
Charles S. Ogle
|Distributed by||Edison Manufacturing Company|
The day before Christmas, Ebenezer Scrooge refuses to contribute to the Charity Relief Committee, and then rudely rejects his nephew Fred when he visits Scrooge in his office. When Scrooge returns home, he sees the ghost of his former business partner Jacob Marley, who warns him of the punishment he will suffer in the next life if he does not change his ways. That night, Scrooge is visited by three more spirits, who show him his past, present, and future him.
- Marc McDermott as Ebenezer Scrooge
- Charles S. Ogle as Bob Cratchit
- William Bechtel, uncredited
- Viola Dana, uncredited 13-year-old child
- Carey Lee, uncredited
- Shirley Mason, uncredited 10-year-old child
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