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September 05, 2017

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so excited! the trailer looks amazing!

I kind of want to see this. It looks pretty Hollywoodesque and probably not that accurate, but, if I'm honest, I think I'd enjoy it more than, say, "The Invisible Woman." (I've never been one to renounce movies I enjoy because they're inaccurate to the historical people and events that inspired them anyway.)

Christopher Plummer as Scrooge sounds pretty awesome.

It looks good. I don't usually go to movies but this one may get me out! Is that the guy from Downton Abbey who played Matthew? Thanks for keeping us aware of all things Dickensian!

Yes, it is. And you're most welcome. :-) Thanks for reading!

Thanks, Gina. By the way, seeing that you look for adaptations of Dickens, I thought you might be interested in my self published graphic novel adaptation of A Christmas Carol. In fact, I would be happy to send you a complimentary copy if you are ok with providing a mailing address. Otherwise, you could have a look at a few photos of the book and some pages that I posted on my Facebook page. Just look for BooInk on FB. I have been selling the book at Christmas craft fairs and by word of mouth for a couple of years. Folks love it! Sincerely, Steve Vossos.

I've e-mailed you, Steve!

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