The Gospel in Dickens
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December 20, 2014

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My favorite has always been the Alistair Sims version. When I was young, I liked his standing on his head, but now that I'm older, I like the pace of and doubts with his conversion.

The earlier 1938 production I think is too heavy-handed with the moralizing. The Sir Patrick Stewart and George C. Scott productions are both well done, but I'm not convinced on the pace of the conversions.

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