Carol for Another Christmas (1964) Movie poster and book cover compared.

Carol for Another Christmas

Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 1964

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A Christmas Carol
Charles Dickens, 1843

Carol for Another Christmas is a movie directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz in 1964 and inspired by the book A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, first published in 1843. The movie features Sterling Hayden, Ben Gazzara, Steve Lawrence, Robert Shaw, Pat Hingle, Peter Sellers, and others.

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RATING

6.5

/ 10

Movie Poster: Carol for Another Christmas (Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 1964)

8.1

/ 10

Book Cover: A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, 1843)

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AUDIOBOOK

Audiobook cover of A Christmas Carol, the 1843 book by Charles Dickens.

A Christmas Carol

Read by: Derek Miller

Storyline

On Christmas Eve, Daniel Grudge, a rich American industrialist and fierce isolationist long embittered by the loss of his son in World War II, is visited by three ghosts, who lead him to reconsider his attitude toward his fellow man. While the Ghost of , the Ghost of Christmas Future gives him a tour across a desolate landscape where he sees the ruins of a once-great civilization.

Movie vs Book

Poster of Carol for Another Christmas, the 1964 movie by Joseph L. Mankiewicz

Year

1964

Minutes

84

Movie Rate

6.50

Source: IMDb

Movie

Carol for Another Christmas

Country: USA

Year: 1964

Length: 1h24m

Cover of A Christmas Carol, the 1843 book by Charles Dickens

Year

1843

Pages

104

Book Rate

8.14

S: Goodreads

Book

A Christmas Carol

Country: UK

First published in: 1843

Length: 104 pages

Genre: Fiction

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