Introduce your family and friends to the traditions of a Victorian Christmas with the latest motion picture adaptation of the engrossing holiday classic, A Christmas Carol.
A Christmas Carol, a Victorian classic, was written by Charles Dickens in 1843. The story is centered on Christmas Eve in Victorian London and corresponds with a nostalgic renewal of Christmas traditions in the early Victorian era. During this same time period, a young Queen Victoria and her husband reintroduced Windsor Castle to forgotten Christmas traditions; Prince Albert is said to have popularized the decorated Christmas tree, ornately dressed with colored wax candles and artificial snow.
In this animated magical retelling of Charles Dickens’ beloved tale, Jim Carrey plays the infamous skinflint Ebenezer Scrooge who, on Christmas Eve in Victorian London, is visited by several mysterious Christmas ghosts who come calling in the night.
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