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- Cast: David Ruprecht, Matt Koester, and Shannon Moore
- Director: Steven F. Zambo
- Producer: Frank R. Datzer, Elizabeth M. Zambo, & Steven F. Zambo
- Languages: English
- Release Date: 9/19/09
- Run Time: 115 minutes
- Subtitles: English
- Region Code: A See More
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Mr. Scrooge To See You
The former miserly, Christmas hating businessman Scrooge was forever changed by his ghostly Christmas Eve adventure. Now, a year after his life changing journey Scrooge is visited once again by the ghost of his former partner Jacob Marley. Sent on a journey into the future Scrooge must help a young cutthroat businessman, Timothy Cratchit VI, a similar lesson on generosity and the true meaning of Christmas. Mr. Scrooge To See You, a comedic follow up story to Charles Dickens' classic. Starring David Ruprechet, Matt Koester, and Shannon Moore.
One year after his life changing encounter with the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future Ebenezer Scrooge (played by David Ruprechet) is a changed man. His generosity knows no bounds, and his Christmas spirit is unmatched by any citizen of the town. In fact, Mr. Scrooge has even brought on his former assistant Bob Cratchit as his new partner. The man from Mr. Scrooge To See You could hardly be recognized as the miserly, Christmas grouch from a year before. His adventures, it seems, are far from over, however. One evening the ghost of his former partner Jacob Marley arrives and whisks Ebenezer Scrooge from his home in London, 1844 to New Britain, Wisconsin, 2013. It turns out that the current leader of the financial institution "Scrooge and Cratchit"í«? might need to learn the same lesson as Scrooge did. Timothy Cratchit VI (played by Matt Koester) seems to be causing misery left and right with as much miserly tendencies as his former predecessor. In a new time and place Ebenezer Scrooge must discover a way to teach Timothy Cratchit VI a lesson on the true spirit of Christmas, or see his long standing institution crumble in the same mess of greediness and selfishness that once plagued him.
170 years in the future, Ebenezer Scrooge from Mr. Scrooge To See You must not only help Timothy Cratchit VI discover the true meaning of Christmas, but must also battle a whole new world of "future"í«? mumbo jumbo. As he encounters tea bags, ketchup bottles, cell phones, television, and a whole new world of common speech, Ebenezer Scrooge finds himself with another project as well-- a young woman named Belle (Shannon Moore) who could do with a bit of Christmas joy herself.
Mr. Scrooge To See You is a heartwarming, comedic holiday movie the entire family can enjoy together. A follow up story to Charles Dickon's classic tale A Christmas Carol, the film Mr. Scrooge To See You continues the story of Tiny Tim, Ebenezer Scrooge, Jacob Marley, and Bob Cratchit in an all new adventure of Christmas spirit into the future.
The Classic "A Christmas Carol"í«?
Ebenezer Scrooge-- the scrooge of all scrooges, a man with a heart as cold as ice and an unhealthy sense of greed. The miserly old businessman pinches his pennies, mistreats his poverty stricken assistant Bob Cratchet, and generally tires to stamp out the Christmas spirit everywhere he walks. When he is visited by the ghost of his former partner, as well as the ghost of Christmas Past, the ghost of Christmas Present, and the ghost of Christmas Future, however, Ebenezer Scrooge is taken on a whirlwind journey of his life and is taught the true meaning of generosity and the Christmas spirit. A Christmas classic, based on the book by Charles Dickens,, A Christmas Carol sets the stage for the film Mr. Scrooge To See You.
The fun film Mr. Scrooge To See You is also filled with valuable reminders and themes the entire family can learn from. While Mr. Scrooge To See You holds some of the same valuable lessons that Dickens' classic A Christmas Carol does-- compassion, generosity, Christmas joy, and the importance of kindness-- it also teaches new lessons for viewers of all ages. In Mr. Scrooge To See You viewers are reminded of the importance of teaching new generations the lessons we ourselves have learned. "Handing down wisdom,"í«? so to speak. As Ebenezer Scrooge seeks to teach Timothy Cratchit VI the lessons he learned, families can remember the importance of listening to the wisdom of those that come before you. Viewers will also be reminded that Christmas joy and generosity is not confined to one time and place, but is a timeless part of the holiday. Families will also be reminded in the film Mr. Scrooge To See You that although the ways we live and the ways we celebrate may change, the central part of Christmas is the story of Jesus-- and that faith is something that remains constant throughout generations. A heartwarming, hilarious story the film Mr. Scrooge To See You will reinforce the lessons on kindness, compassion, and generosity that viewers learned in Dickens' classic A Christmas Carol while also introducing new lessons of faith, the true meaning of Christmas, and the wisdom and teaching of generations.
An Imaginative Continuation
Filled with may moments of humor where Mr. Scrooge faces off against the quirks, technology, and living of modern day America the film Mr. Scrooge To See You is sure to entertain viewers of all ages. Mr. Scrooge To See You is also full of valuable themes, character traits, and lessons families can discuss and learn together in an entertaining way. Viewers familiar with Charles Dickens' classic story will love the continuation of the tale as Mr. Scrooge is whisked off across time and space to impart his newly learned lessons on a new "scrooge,"í«? while those unfamiliar with the classic A Christmas Carol will enjoy the humorous story and positive themes that fill the film Mr. Scrooge To See You.
Mr. Scrooge To See You has not been rated by the Motion Picture Association of America. This film received the "Family Approved"í«? award for all ages from the Dove Foundation. As always, it is recommend that parents preview all content to determine what is suitable for their children, but the film Mr. Scrooge To See You is generally considered appropriate for most audiences.