Why was Scrooge startled when he looked at his door knocker on Christmas Eve?
He saw the image of long dead Jacob Marley
An image of Jacob Marley's face
It was a wax dummy
He looked upon Tiny Tim Cratchit as the child he would never have. Following his visitations his focus changed to a caring person
there was nobody in it
This refers to the Ghost of Christmas Presnt who across teh 12 days of Christamas grew older in his looks as his time on this earth became shorter
This is a statement made by Scrooge on seeing the ghost of Marley who after 7 years dead would have looked completely different
Because the dead man was dressed like uncle sam with her mother's cross
he went to bed
He didnt. There is no reference to the USA in the original format
Happiness and he looked up to Old Fezziwig
He remembers how Fezziwig treated him and how well he looked after all of those who had little or nothing and then Scrooge thought of Bob and his treatment of his loyal employee
The room is decked out in green garlands, holly and Ivy hung from all around and the room looked like a Grove. On a table lay a huge dish of oranges, apples, grapes and pears
He sees the ghosts of the dead moaning and screaming as they are cast in to an existence of everlasting torment for their sins in their previous lives
"Hey" (like "hello" or "say") is an interjection or exclamation. It has no sentence structure but its context can sometimes be implied by its tone. Example : Startled by the dropped oar, the boatman said "Hey!" and looked up at me.
away in a manger
Other distraught spirits floating with chains tied to their ankles, desperately trying to help the needy but incapable any longer, unfortunately!
This is in reference to the Ghost of Jacob Marley who had been dead 7 years. The ghost looked as he would after 7 years in the grave
I looked for feature films in which John Wayne was on-screen, that are also described with the keyword "Christmas," and found none that I would remotely call a "Christmas" film.
becuz everyone hated how he looked. and he couldn't stand Christmas.
I looked everywhere to find this! Its Angels We Have Heard on High
As a child in boarding school the young Ebenezer was more of less abandoned by his father. He would stay at the school as the only boarder at holiday times and even over Christmas. His only companion was his books of Robinson Crusoe and Ali Barber. These meant that he didnt grow up in a loving family, didn't experience the joy and excitement of the Christmas season. It did mean loneliness and the feeling of… Read More
The Grinch is based on Ebenezer Scrooge from A Christmas Carol. Dr. Seuss reported that he based the Grinch on himself. He saw his reflection in the mirror one day and was surprised at how grumpy he looked. He was in a bad mood because of the noise on his street. He later used a personalized licence plate that said GRINCH on his car. However, Chuck Jones is said to have influenced how the face… Read More
The light or flame thats emmitted from teh head of teh Ghost of Christams Past is used to light up Scrooges dark past and allow him to see things he may have over looked or decided to forget. In extinguishing the flame Scrooge is trying to block out unhappy scenes of his life that have effected him
In which Christmas carol will you find the lyric the stars in the night sky looked down where he lay?
Away in a manger.
The spirit of Scrooge's long dead partner, Marley, came to him in the night and told him he would be visited at midnight, for the next three nights, by three different spirits. The next night, at the twelfth strike of the clock, the Spirit of Christmas Past arrived, and took Scrooge through scenes from his past. The spirit showed Scrooge the woman he had loved and lost because of his love of money. The man… Read More
The Line in the song is: Good King Wenceslas last looked out on the feast of Stephen. The Feast Day of St. Stephen is on the December 26. As such, of course, it is not truly a Christmas carol, but is one of several feasts which fall within the 12 Days of Christmas (Christmastide, Dec. 25 to Jan. 6). He looked out on the Feast of Saint Stephen (December 26).
He had changed from a bitter, greedy and selfish old man to one that looked up on life as something to live and to make a difference to others in a positive manner
This is Dickens's description of how Scrooge looked and what he was like: . . . he was a tight-fisted hand at the grindstone, Scrooge! a squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous, old sinner! Hard and sharp as flint, from which no steel had ever struck out generous fire; secret, and self-contained, and solitary as an oyster. The cold within him froze his old features, nipped his pointed nose, shrivelled his cheek, stiffened his gait… Read More
Having seen his past present and the consequences of his future he made the decision to change his life there and then to that of a person who respected others and looked upon those less fortunate than himself with humility
It was called Holiday hijynx. They banned it because back then, jynx looked somewhat offensive.
Good King Wenceslas looked down on the feast of Stephen
The Grinch hated Christmas because when the class was exchanging gifts and he went to give his to that girl, everyone in the class (except her) made fun of him because of what he looked like.
I need an adapter for items 566977 and 558125 (May your Christmas Be Delightful). I have looked everywhere.
Good King Wenceslas Last Looked Out On the Feast Of Stephen you missed out an "L"
He looked out on December 26 - the Feast of Stephen. The Feast of Stephen - December 26.
Are you sure that is the title of the song? Because I have looked everywhere for the lyrics, but can't even find the song title. Sorry.
The Ghost of Christmas Past was both young looking yet old and had a flame which lit its way through Scrooges past life that came from the ghosts head
No. In any case, Christmas Day is very unique so it does not feel like any particular day of the week and unless you looked at a calendar you would not know what day of the week it is.
I didn't think the Spirit looked strange at all. Given the non-existent graphic capabilities at the time the movie produced, it wasn't possible to make the spirit more 'ghostly' looking or transparent.
It means that on the day after Christmas, Wenceslas look out from his castle and saw a poor man gathering firewood.
"living like fleas on a dog" "as full of activity as a factory" "the floor looked like christmas morning".
Maybe It Was A Building With A Pointy Thing And It Was Surrounded By Two Balls(Which Were ornaments) And It Looked Like A Penis
Make your parents a meal and, serve them. Have a trusted adult to help you get the food from a store or from your parents favorite restaurant. Last year for Christmas I gave my parents a meal of shrimp scampi and garlic bread as a side. I added candles and slow music , after the meal they danced and looked at the pictures I took during the "Christmas date". This is a great Christmas gift… Read More
· Zalig Kerstfeast (Merry Christmas in Dutch) Zena... it means Decoration. zombie A Christmas word that starts with Z , is ' 'Warm chocolate Milk' ' I hope that came in good use for you : ) zippered- i zippered my Christmas jacket for the big day!!zippy- grand-mom looked very zippy in her new car when she pulled up the driveway for the party · Zalig Kerstfeast (Merry Christmas in Dutch)
when he was 13 he and his family were driving in the car one christmas. They were singing 'White Christmas' and when he sang a portion everyone looked at him in amazement realizing he could sing really well. He talks about this in his interview on the Oprah show.
The first spirit which was the Ghost of Christmas Past showed Scrooge the place he was born at. Then, they visited Scrooge's childhood. Stave 2: As the words were spoken, they passed through the wall, and stood upon an open country road, with fields on either hand. The city had entirely vanished. Not a vestige of it was to be seen. The darkness and the mist had vanished with it, for it was a clear… Read More
Popcorn garlands got their start when people hung them on outdoor trees, to provide Christmas food for birds. People liked the way the garlands looked and brought the tradition indoors, then hung the garlands outside for the animals once Christmas was over.
Dickens aptly describes Marley as; "Marley wore a pigtail, his usual waistcoat, tights, and boots; the tassels on the latter bristling, like his pigtail, and his coat-skirts, and the hair upon his head. The chain he drew was clasped about his middle. It was long, and wound about him like a tail; and it was made (for Scrooge observed it closely) of cash-boxes, keys, padlocks, ledgers, deeds, and heavy purses wrought in steel. His body… Read More
They put up a huge Christmas tree in front of a large building and Christmas is celebrated on January 24 and if you ask me, I actually think that is amazing! Because that is just kinda interesting to me. I just looked this all up on ask.com so if you really want a good answer, I would recommend that! I really hope I helped you, Good luck!