FILM : Scrooge (1951)
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Scrooge (1951) 1951 Alastair Sim, Mervyn Johns, Hermione Baddeley, Jack Warner, Kathleen Harrison, Michael Hordern, George Cole London
Director : Brian Desmond Hurst   Production Company : George Minter Productions, Renown Pictures Corporation  Region : LONDON R-S

An bitter miser is given a chance for redemption when he is haunted by three ghosts on Christmas Eve.

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Also known as 'A Christmas Carol' (US Title)

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Charles Dickens' Scrooge [DVD] [1951]

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Scrooge (1951) - On Christmas Eve, Samuel Wilkins (Clifford Mollison) waits for Ebenezer Scrooge (Alistair Sim) to leave the London Exchange. The Royal Exchange in London EC3, also seen in 'Wanted for Murder', '28 Days Later . . .' and 'A Touch of Class' amongst others.
Scrooge (1951)

scro001. On Christmas Eve, Samuel Wilkins (Clifford Mollison) waits for Ebenezer Scrooge (Alistair Sim) to leave the London Exchange. The Royal Exchange in London EC3, also seen in 'Wanted for Murder', '28 Days Later . . .' and 'A Touch of Class' amongst others.

scro001n. The same location now, by Peter.
(Modern Photo Added: 19-06-2015)

Scrooge (1951) - With no intention of celebrating Christmas, Scrooge makes his way home. St. John's School on Scandrett Street E1 with St. John's church in the background. The area was used for 'The Long Good Friday', 'The Alf Garnett Saga' and 'Emile'.
Scrooge (1951)

scro002. With no intention of celebrating Christmas, Scrooge makes his way home. St. John's School on Scandrett Street E1 with St. John's church in the background. The area was used for 'The Long Good Friday', 'The Alf Garnett Saga' and 'Emile'.

scro002n. Steven Ridgley captures the scene now showing the improvements that have been effected over the years. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 31-08-2015)

Scrooge (1951) - Fezziwig looks from his carriage as the sign is taken from his former business. Cathedral Street in SE1 from, what is now, the junction with Montague Street.
Scrooge (1951)

scro003. Fezziwig looks from his carriage as the sign is taken from his former business. Cathedral Street in SE1 from, what is now, the junction with Montague Street.

Scrooge (1951) - A young Ebenezer Scrooge (George Cole) and Jacob Marley (Patrick Macnee) approach their newly acquired premises. Cathedral Street in SE1. Also seen in 'Murder by Decree' and 'A Study in Terror'.
Scrooge (1951)

scro004. A young Ebenezer Scrooge (George Cole) and Jacob Marley (Patrick Macnee) approach their newly acquired premises. Cathedral Street in SE1. Also seen in 'Murder by Decree' and 'A Study in Terror'.

scro004n. All rebuilt, with nothing original that Peter could see.
(Modern Photo Added: 06-06-2016)

Scrooge (1951) - Mrs. Dilber (Kathleen Harrison) runs to find Scrooge at his office. The now redeveloped Cathedral Street in Southwark.
Scrooge (1951)

scro005. Mrs. Dilber (Kathleen Harrison) runs to find Scrooge at his office. The now redeveloped Cathedral Street in Southwark.

scro005n. Peter provides this comparison.
(Modern Photo Added: 06-06-2016)

Scrooge (1951) - On Christmas morning, Bob Cratchit (Mervyn Johns) goes to find Scrooge after receiving a huge turkey from him. Cathedral Street SE1 with St. Mary Overy's Wharf in the background.
Scrooge (1951)

scro006. On Christmas morning, Bob Cratchit (Mervyn Johns) goes to find Scrooge after receiving a huge turkey from him. Cathedral Street SE1 with St. Mary Overy's Wharf in the background.

Scrooge (1951) - A reformed Scrooge and Tiny Tim (Glyn Dearman) walk hand in hand at the end of the film. Old Barrack Yard SW1. The location was seen in 'Blind Date', 'Street Corner' and 'The Fallen Idol'.
Scrooge (1951)

scro007. A reformed Scrooge and Tiny Tim (Glyn Dearman) walk hand in hand at the end of the film. Old Barrack Yard SW1. The location was seen in 'Blind Date', 'Street Corner' and 'The Fallen Idol'.

scro007n. Steven Ridgley "focused" on this "hidden gem of London" during his recent visit. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 31-08-2015)

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