SCROOGE LOOSE (1957): CHRISTMAS CAROL-A-THON CONTINUES

Balladeer’s Blog’s 2017 Christmas Carol-A-Thon resumes with this look at one of the WEIRDEST and most pointless renditions of Ebenezer Scrooge outside of Dickens Slash Fiction.

scrooge looseSCROOGE LOOSE (1957) – Scrooge Loose is an 8 minute long Gumby stop-motion animation treat from 1957.

Gumby and his equine pal Pokey spot Ebenezer Scrooge escaping from the book A Christmas Carol and set off in pursuit. The pair are posing as Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson just to make even less sense. What, no Jack the Ripper?

Scrooge, who says “Humbug” as frequenly as the Hulk says “Hulk will smash” bulldozes some children’s toys and replaces other toys with rocks before Gumby/Sherlock lassoes him and bags him in a sack Santa mistakes for his bag of toys and rides off with.  

FOR MORE VERSIONS OF A CHRISTMAS CAROL CLICK HERE:   https://glitternight.com/category/a-christmas-carol-2/

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Filed under A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Bad and weird movies

2 responses to “SCROOGE LOOSE (1957): CHRISTMAS CAROL-A-THON CONTINUES

  1. Abney

    We have been looking for a version of ” A Christmas Carol” done by Warren Graves around 1981?  Do you know where I might find a copy of this?  Thank you.

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