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From book to screen

While in the midst of Stave 1, I have come to realize something very odd. It seems that the Muppet Christmas Carol, (to my knowledge) is the most accurate in dialog between the characters.. and I think that if you let go of the fact that they have TWO Marley's, it may well be the most accurate on screen rendition. Is it possible anyone else came to this conclusion? Perhaps you might have found one that was more accurate?
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Registered: ‎10-19-2006
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Re: From book to screen

I think you would be interested to read the thread called 'Movies' in this forum. Several people did come to the same conclusion as you have! And Barbara has been watching various different versions, and giving us her impressions and reviews of them.
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