SONG FROM SCROOGE (1970): THANK YOU VERY MUCH

Before you know it Christmas Carol-A-Thon 2017 will be over so let’s cram in as much as we can before the 25th. Here’s another individual song from one of the many versions of A Christmas Carol that I’ve reviewed over the years. From Scrooge (1970) it’s Thank You Very Much, which SHOULD have been sung by Bob Cratchit but instead goes to the guy from the Schizoid Man episode of The Prisoner.

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4 responses to “SONG FROM SCROOGE (1970): THANK YOU VERY MUCH

  1. Garrett Kieran

    I don’t think Bob Cratchit would sing this type of song. Remember, in it’s initial performance, they’re thanking Scrooge for dying, and I doubt if Bob would take that attitude no matter what who it was.

    This song deservedly won an OSCAR nomination, and at the ceremony, it was sung by four performers in different languages.

    • Hello! I would have been fine with Bob Cratchit singing it at the end and the other guy singing the darker version that came first. After all, everybody joins in singing it at the end anyway.
      Anyway that was a nice touch about the four performers at the Oscars. I didn’t know that.

  2. There’s no mention of Christmas in the lyrics.

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