5 Staves of A Christmas Carol. Day One “Marley was dead, to begin with.” These six words may be, at least, one of the most famous lines in all of literature. In 1843 Charles Dickens was short on funds. In order to help himself make the money he needed, he came up with the idea …
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Movies You Should Read For Kids
We are now living in an age where the senses are constantly stimulated. Our eyes are bombarded with images both beautiful and terrifying and the same could be said for our ears. Movies and TV give us story after story, most of them adapted in some way from books. After seeing the film versions of […]
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Screenwriter Susan Coyne Interview for The Man Who Invented Christmas
Noted Screenwriter Susan Coyne Creates Magic in The Man Who Invented Christmas Having two leading actors of the caliber of Christopher Plummer and Dan Stevens embrace the magic of your screenplay is quite memorable for any writer. This is definitely the case for Susan Coyne, who wrote the screenplay for The Man Who Invented Christmas, […]
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Christopher Plummer Talks About A Man Who Invented Christmas
Charming Storyteller Christopher Plummer Helps Us Usher in Christmas A pajama-clad Christopher Plummer fondly remembers the annual traditional family reading of the Dickens’ holiday classic, “A Christmas Carol,” and the indelible impression it made on him as a young boy. These are the earliest recollections of the 87-year-old actor, who grew up in Quebec, Canada, […]
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