Christmas Carol Storyboard
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Its Christmas Eve, 1843. Scrooge is a cruel man who hates Christmas. He is visited by the ghost of his business partner, Jacob Marley. Marley warns scrooge that if he doesn't change, he'll also have a miserable afterlife. Marley tells scrooge that he'll be visited by three more ghost.
The next day Scrooge is greeted by the Ghost of Chrismas past. The sprit takes scrooge to the past when scrooge was a mere boy, who was always alone. Scrooge is happy when he remembers his "friends" from books. The sprit then shows Scrooge his sister and then his old boss and last his old love.
After the ghost of Christmas past left The ghost of Christmas present came and showed bob Cratchit and his family struggling. Scrooge felt bad for tiny Tim, a young crumpled boy. Bob liked Scrooge and was grateful but Mrs. Cratchit disliked him and thought he was selfish. Then the sprit showed Scrooge the boy Ignorance and The girl Want.
The last ghost came and this was the last ghost. The ghost of Christmas yet to come (future). He showed everyone talking and being happy because some grumpy old man died, Scrooge then later found out that he died and almost everyone was happy. Fred was sad and so was a few other people.
After all the ghost left he woke up and knew he wanted to change. So he went and was kind to a kid and asked him if he could buy a huge turkey. He surprisingly said yes, probably because of the money offer, and scrooge sent that turkey to Bob. Scrooge then went to eat with Fred and his family. He had a great time! Scrooge then went to work and he remembered he told bob to come early if he wanted to go home on chrismas eve. Bob was late. When Bob came Scrooge acted scornful but once he said raise bob was a little confused. After it was cleared Bob and Scrooge were happily talking.
After that, Scrooge became a really kind and light hearten person. He was a happy and memorable person. Tiny Tim was also doing well. Scrooge will never be forgotten.
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