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A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens Ronald Colman CD, MP3, USB Stick

A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens Ronald Colman CD, MP3, USB Stick
A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens Ronald Colman CD, MP3, USB Stick
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The Beloved 1941 3 Record Set Of Charles Dicken's ''A Christmas Carol'' Adapted By George Wells Starring Ronald Colman As Scrooge, ''With A Supporting Cast, Sound Effects and Music'', And Appearances By Hans Conreid And Gale Gordon! All 6 Sides Of This 78 RPM Classic Presented As An Archival Quality MP3 CD, MP3 Audio Download Or USB Flash Drive! (1941, 27 Minutes Total.) #AChristmasCarol #RonaldColeman #HansConreid #GaleGordon #CharlesDickens #Christmas #Christmastide #ChristmasTime #ChristmasSeason #HolidaySeason #Festivals #Holidays #HolyDays #JesusChrist #JesusOfNazareth #MP3 #CD #AudioDownload #USBFlashDrive


Cast Of Characters:

Scrooge ... Ronald Colman

Bob Cratchit ... Eric Snowden

Tiny Tim ... Barbara Jean Wong

Jacob Marley ... Lou Merrill

1st Ghost ... Hans Conreid

2nd Ghost ... Cy Kendall

3rd Ghost ... Gale Gordon

Fred (Nephew) ... Fred MacKaye

Boy ... Stephen Muller

Belle (Sweetheart) ... Duane Thompson

Mr. Portly ... Ferdinand Munier

Men In Street ... Fred MacKaye, Gale Gordon


"A Christmas Carol. In Prose. Being a Ghost Story of Christmas", commonly known as "A Christmas Carol", is a novella by Charles Dickens, first published in London by Chapman & Hall in 1843 and illustrated by John Leech. A Christmas Carol recounts the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, an elderly miser who is visited by the ghost of his former business partner Jacob Marley and the spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come. After their visits, Scrooge is transformed into a kinder, gentler man. Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol during a period when the British were exploring and re-evaluating past Christmas traditions, including carols, and newer customs such as Christmas cards and Christmas trees. He was influenced by the experiences of his own youth and by the Christmas stories of other authors, including Washington Irving and Douglas Jerrold. Dickens had written three Christmas stories prior to the novella, and was inspired following a visit to the Field Lane Ragged School, one of several establishments for London's street children. The treatment of the poor and the ability of a selfish man to redeem himself by transforming into a more sympathetic character are the key themes of the story. There is discussion among academics as to whether this is a fully secular story, or if it is a Christian allegory. Published on December 19, 1843, the first edition sold out by Christmas Eve; by the end of 1844, thirteen editions had been released. Most critics reviewed the novella favourably. The story was illicitly copied in January 1844; Dickens took legal action against the publishers, who went bankrupt, further reducing Dickens's small profits from the publication. He went on to write four other Christmas stories in subsequent years. In 1849 he began public readings of the story, which proved so successful he undertook 127 further performances until 1870, the year of his death. A Christmas Carol has never been out of print and has been translated into several languages; the story has been adapted many times for film, stage, opera and other media. A Christmas Carol captured the zeitgeist of the mid-Victorian revival of the Christmas holiday. Dickens had acknowledged the influence of the modern Western observance of Christmas and later inspired several aspects of Christmas, including family gatherings, seasonal food and drink, dancing, games and a festive generosity of spirit.

Ronald Colman, English-born actor, starting his career in theatre and silent film in his native country, then emigrating to the United States and having a successful Hollywood film career (February 9, 1891 - May 19, 1958) was born Ronald Charles Colman in Richmond, Surrey, England. Ronald Colman was most popular during the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. He received Oscar nominations for Bulldog Drummond (1929), Condemned (1929) and Random Harvest (1942). Colman starred in several classic films, including A Tale of Two Cities (1935), Lost Horizon (1937) and The Prisoner of Zenda (1937). He also played the starring role in the Technicolor classic Kismet (1944), with Marlene Dietrich, which was nominated for four Academy Awards. In 1947, he won an Academy Award for Best Actor and Golden Globe Award for Best Actor for the film A Double Life. Colman was an inaugural recipient of a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his work in motion pictures. He was awarded a second star for his television work.