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A Christmas Carol (2009)

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Coming Out at 4 November 2009 in theaters

Animation, Drama, Family

A Christmas Carol is 3D computer-animated fantasy film written and directed by Robert Zemeckis. It is a film adaptation of Charles Dickens’s 1843 story of the same name and stars Jim Carrey in a multitude of roles, including Ebenezer Scrooge and the three ghosts who haunt Scrooge.

The film also features a supporting cast consisting of Gary Oldman, Colin Firth, Bob Hoskins, Robin Wright and Cary Elwes. Produced through the process of motion capture, a technique Zemeckis used in his previous films The Polar Express (2004) and Beowulf (2007), it is Disney’s third feature film retelling of A Christmas Carol, following 1983’s Mickey’s Christmas Carol and 1992’s The Muppet Christmas Carol. It is also the first of only two films produced by ImageMovers Digital, followed by Mars Needs Moms (2011).

In 1843, on Christmas Eve, Ebenezer Scrooge, a miserly old businessman, does not share the merriment of Christmas. He declines his cheerful nephew Fred’s invitation to a Christmas dinner party, and rejects two gentlemen’s offer to collect money for charity. His loyal employee Bob Cratchit asks Scrooge to allow him to have a day off on Christmas Day to spend time with his family, to which Scrooge reluctantly agrees before leaving. In his house, Scrooge encounters the ghost of his deceased business partner Jacob Marley, who warns him to repent his wicked ways or he will be condemned in the afterlife like he was, carrying heavy chains forged from his own greediness. Jacob informs Scrooge that he will be haunted by three spirits, who will guide him out of his misery.

Director: Robert Zemeckis

Writers: Charles Dickens, Robert Zemeckis

Stars: Jim Carrey, Gary Oldman, Colin Firth, Steve Valentine, Bob Hoskins, Robin Wright, Cary Elwes

Cast:

Jim CarreyScrooge / Ghost of Christmas Past / Scrooge as a Young Boy / Scrooge as a Teenage Boy / Scrooge as a Young Man / Scrooge as a Middle Aged Man / Ghost of Christmas Present / Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
Steve ValentineFunerary Undertaker / Topper
Daryl SabaraUndertaker’s Apprentice / Tattered Caroler / Beggar Boy / Peter Cratchit / Well Dressed Caroler
Sage RyanTattered Caroler
Amber Gainey MeadeTattered Caroler / Well Dressed Caroler
Ryan OchoaTattered Caroler / Beggar Boy / Young Cratchit Boy / Ignorance Boy / Young Boy with Sleigh
Bobbi PageTattered Caroler / Well Dressed Caroler
Ron BottittaTattered Caroler / Well Dressed Caroler
Sammi HanrattyBeggar Boy / Young Cratchit Girl / Want Girl
Julian HollowayFat Cook / Portly Gentleman #2 / Business Man #3
Gary OldmanBob Cratchit / Marley / Tiny Tim
Colin FirthFred
Cary ElwesPortly Gentleman #1 / Dick Wilkins / Mad Fiddler / Guest #2 / Business Man #1
Robin WrightFan / Belle
Bob HoskinsFezziwig / Old Joe
Jacquie BarnbrookMrs. Fezziwig / Fred’s Sister-In-Law / Well Dressed Caroler
Lesley ManvilleMrs. Cratchit
Molly C. QuinnBelinda Cratchit
Fay MastersonMartha Cratchit / Guest #1 / Caroline
Leslie ZemeckisFred’s Wife
Paul BlackthorneGuest #3 / Business Man #2
Michael HylandGuest #4
Kerry HoytAdult Ignorance
Julene ReneeAdult Want
Fionnula FlanaganMrs. Dilber
Raymond OchoaCaroline’s Child
Callum BlueCaroline’s Husband
Matthew HenersonPoulterer
Aaron RapkeWell Dressed Caroler
Sonje FortagWell Dressed Caroler / Fred’s Housemaid
Aliane BaquerotDancer
Seth BellistonDancer
Troy Edward BowlesDancer
Sam J. CahnDancer
Kelly ConnollyDancer
John R. CorellaDancer
Kelly CrandallDancer
Sheri GriffithDancer
Beckie KingDancer
Keith KuhlDancer
Allison LeoDancer
Tarah PaigeDancer
John ToddDancer
Patrick WetzelDancer
Eva La DareDancer
Andreas BeckettCapture
Jacquelyn DowsettDancer
Suzanne C. RobertsonBelle / Fan / Tiny Tim / Cratchit Children Skin Texture Reference

Sources: imdb & wikipedia

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