In 1984, an alternate ending of Christmas Carol was made where Scrooge's encounter with ghosts was not actually a new beginning to his life as a better man. Watch the found footage with caution.
- December 21, 2016
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Scrooge: John Curran
Goose Boy: Tyler Crumley
Voiceover: Sarah Mitchell
Writers/Producers: DW Medoff, Jonathon Pawlowski and Michael Sokol
Director: Jonathon Pawlowski, Michael Sokol
Director of Photography: Kyler Dennis
A/C: Taylor Kyles
Gaffer: Mike Morgan
Sound: Graham Kicklighter
Set Design: Bret Brammer
Still Photography: Holly Kent
Editor: Jonathon Pawlowski
Compositor: Lear Bunda
Original Score: Dan Dombrowsky, Karl Kevad and Cameron Schwartz
Executive Producer: Darren Miller
Props provided by GA Prop Source
December 21, 2016
John Curran: Nine o'clock and daylight.
John Curran: But what day?
- Hey, you there boy.
- Me sir?
- What day is today?
- Today? It's Christmas day of course.
John Curran: Christmas day?
I haven't missed it.
John Curran: The three spirits fixed me overnight.
Thank you spirits.
John Curran: Bah!
Tyler Crumley: Bloody Hell.
- Hello, my fine fella.
- Did you just hit me with a coin?
John Curran: Yes, yes, yes, yes. Do you know the
portra on the next street over but one?
Tyler Crumley: Do you mean the chicken man?
John Curran: Yes, yes. Remarkable boy.
John Curran: Intelligent boy.
Do you know if they've sold the Prize
- Turkey hanging there?
- Oh sure. Me and the other
Tyler Crumley: ten-year-old boys have been just puttering
about for days waiting to see you bite it.
John Curran: How grand? To be tender,
just frolic without any cares in the world.
- Oi! Again?
- Bring me the biggest goose.
John Curran: I intend to present it to
the poorest family I know.
Tyler Crumley: I don't think you know poor people.
John Curran: Such as stupid nimble boy.
John Curran: The Cratchit's, they live on
the first street over but four.
Tyler Crumley: Oh, you mean Rickety Tim?
John Curran: [indistinct talking]... alert boy.
John Curran: Take these coins. Go and buy it!
John Curran: Go and buy it!
Tyler Crumley: Why don't you just give them the money
you're tossing out the window?
John Curran: Go and buy it!
Tyler Crumley: What if Rickety Tim and his family don't
have an oven big enough for the goose?
- Go and buy it!
- An oven?
- Have you lost your jollies?
- I've found my jollies.
John Curran: Thanks to the three ghosts
that visited last night.
Tyler Crumley: How do you know I'm not a ghost?
John Curran: You're not a ghost.
John Curran: You're a delightfully resourceful boy.
Tyler Crumley: [distorted] I'm a ghost.
John Curran: A serial boy.
John Curran: Hey you boy. Where are you?
Tyler Crumley: [softly] I'm right here.
Tyler Crumley: And you're down there.
John Curran: Am I a ghost?
Tyler Crumley: Remarkable old man.
Splendid old man.
Tyler Crumley: Now go buy me a goose.
Sarah Mitchell: [female] Ebenezer Scrooge expired
in his sleep on Christmas eve.
Sarah Mitchell: He was laid to rest
a terrible friend,
Sarah Mitchell: a cruel master, and as bad a
person as the city ever knew.
Sarah Mitchell: And to Rickety Tim, who did die,
screwed with nothing like a father.
Sarah Mitchell: And on his soiled deathbed,
Rickety Tim very darkly observed...
Sarah Mitchell: God hates us. Everyone.