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The Man Who Invented Christmas

Dan Stevens, Christopher Plummer, Jonathan Pryce, Justin Edwards, Morfydd Clark, Donald Sumpter, Miles Jupp, Simon Callow, Miriam Margolyes, Ian McNeice, Bill Paterson, Cosimo Fusco, Annette Badland, Ger Ryan
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His agent John Forster tells author Charles Dickens, “Well, they are mad as snakes, the Yanks.” (0:07)

Dickens stumbles into a graveyard where he hears one man tell another, ”All that money and no one here to mourn him except Old Scratch there.” (0:20)

Forster tells Dickens, “But Charles, this is madness.” (0:24)

Ebenezer Scrooge, imagined by Dickens, tells him, “If I could work my will, every idiot who goes about with 'Merry Christmas' on his lips should be boiled in his own plum pudding.” (0:36)

Scrooge tells Dickens, “Well, it's a market, you idiot.” (0:50)

The Cratchit family grieves the death of Tiny Tim. (1:01)

Scrooge tells Dickens’ maid Tara, Referring to Tiny Tim, “Well of course he is, imbecile.” (1:01)

Scrooge tells Dickens, referring to Shakespeare, “I doubt he ever had a blockage.” (1:03)

Scrooge tells Dickens, ”Admit it, you're blocked.”
Dickens: “I'm not blocked.” (1:07)

Author and critic William Makepeace Thackeray tells Charles Dickens, “Don't tell me you've had a blockage.” (1:09)

Forrester tells Dickens, “Oh, don't be daft. Now, come on, your wife will be worried sick.” (1:11)

Scrooge's maid tells Scrooge, referring to Dickens, “No wonder he looks so depressed.” (1:15)

His wife Kate hears Dickens rage in his office. (1:17)

Kate complains to Dickens about “... trying to guess your mood.” (1:18)