Scrooge sentence example
- You 've lost that Loving Feeling Jenny Dowling, alias Scrooge Has Christmas lost its sparkle for you?
- In Scrooge's vision of Tiny Tim's death, Bob remarks on how kind Scrooge's nephew was to him.
- Scrooge is overcome by remorse, and vows to reform and change his life.
- In the Dickens novel, the Ghost of Christmas Past opens Scrooge's heart to the familiar, warm memories he had of the people he loved.
- The ghost then broke Scrooge's heart by showing him how his own negative actions affected those people that he loved.Advertisement
- The film traces the life of Mr. Scrooge, a miserly man who will never see the holidays as any good.
- Most costuming stores have a Jacob Marley or a Scrooge costume and may even have a costume for other members of the Cratchitt family, but finding a costume that is specific to the ghost of Christmas Past isn't easy.
- The ghost took Scrooge to his past, showing him moments of happiness and joy as well as the turning points that set him on his current path.
- The movie's classic scene is when Scrooge gives blessings to his worker's son, Tiny Tim.