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December 15, 2007

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Brett McCoy

Thanks for sharing! I clearly remember seeing that on TV back in the early 70s and loving the artwork, it was so ethereal and slightly creepy.

Tom Minton

Dick Williams "A Christmas Carol" is, as far as I can tell, the sole animated program to win both the Oscar (1972) and the Emmy. It was initally broadcast on ABC in December of 1971. One would think this distinction alone would merit a DVD release.

yesyesyes

Got it on VHS but didn't think anything of it until it wasn't available the next year & asking from 2-300 dollars on Amazon. Remember seeing it on TV (once?) & it stuck with me until 10 or so years ago when I bought it for my wife. Bonus: has Alastair Sim's voice as Scrooge

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