Merry Christmas in July! Were you able to keep up with the daily posts during the month-long
marathon? In case you were late to the party this summer, here's
your chance to catch up. Below is a complete list
of links to each of the discussions on creative TV & film adaptations of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol."
This month-long list of adaptations is NOT an exhaustive list by far. From the dozens and dozens of adaptations of "A Christmas Carol," I purposefully selected thirty that featured a variety of programming and interpretations. A complete list of TV and film adaptations of "A Christmas Carol" can be found in the appendix of my upcoming book Tis the Season TV.
Thanks to everyone who followed along and to all who left comments. If you would still like to leave comments, please feel free to do so--the discussion doesn't have to end just because the marathon is over. And, keep your eyes open--the expanded and updated encyclopedia Tis the Season TV is coming soon.
Muppets Christmas Carol (1992)
An American Christmas Carol (1979)
Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983)
The Stingiest Man in Town (1956)
The Stingiest Man in Town (1978)
Carol for Another Christmas (1964)
John Grin's Christmas (1986)
Ms. Scrooge (1997)
A Diva's Christmas Carol (2000)
The Rogues (1965)
Six Million Dollar Man (1976)
The Real Ghostbusters (1986)
Xena: Warrior Princess (1996)
Quantum Leap (1990)
Barbie's Christmas Carol (2008)
Karroll's Christmas (2004)
George Burns Comedy Week (1985)
Blackadder's Christmas Carol (1988)
Young Rock (2021)
Family Guy (2017)
Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol (1962)
General Electric Theater (1957)
Want to revisit past Christmas in July marathons? Below is a list of links of recaps of previous years' content.
2022's Recap of adaptations and references to It's a Wonderful Life.
2021's Recap of Christmas in July/Christmas in the Sun holiday programs
2013 list of O.Henry adaptations
Joanna Wilson is a TV researcher and book author specializing
in Christmas entertainment. More about the TV programs mentioned on this website can
be found in her book "Tis the Season TV: the Encyclopedia of Christmas-themed Episodes, Specials, and Made-for-TV Movies." Her latest book "Triple Dog Dare:
Watching--& Surviving--the 24-Hour Marathon of A Christmas Story"
was released in 2016. She is currently updating and expanding the
encyclopedia for an upcoming release. Her books can be found at the publisher's website:
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