A Christmas Carol Storyboard

A Christmas Carol Storyboard

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  • Stave 1- Marley's Ghost
  • You will be haunted by Three Spirits
  • Stave 2- The First of Three Spirits
  • Remove me, I can not bear it!
  • These are the shadows of the things that have been. And that they are what they are, do not blame me!
  • Stave 3- The Second of Three Spirits
  • Come in! Come in, and know me better man!
  • It's 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 will also have a miserable afterlife. Marley tells Scrooge that he'll be visited by three more ghosts ...
  • Stave 4- The Last of the Spirits
  • About time that selfish Scrooge died. I didn't like him very much. Might as well go to the funeral as long as there's free lunch
  • As Scrooge wakes up in the morning, the clock strikes 12 o' clock, making it seem that he slept through the whole day. As Marley had predicted, the ghost of Christmas Past had come, a mix between an old man and a child, with no real outline and a bright shine. He takes Scrooge through his past Christmases and life, and Scrooge begins to realize that he had made many mistakes in his earlier life. He begs the ghost to leave, and he does.
  • Stave 5- The End of It
  • Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas to all!
  • Once again Scrooge wakes up at almost one o'clock and tries to be prepared for the next Spirit, but nothing happens. A faint light in a neighboring room draws him to the Ghost of Christmas Present. The Spirit takes him through the city and to the Cratchit's house where there is much criticism for Scrooge and shows Scrooge his two children, girl Want and boy Ignorance. Scrooge realizes that he was wrong about the poor people and that he must change his selfish ways.
  • Scrooges's Future...
  • As promised, the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come arrives, but does not speak and only points with an outstretched hand. The specter takes Scrooge through the city to show him that his death (which Scrooge doesn't realize yet) isn't affecting anybody. He also takes him to the Cratchit's house, and finally to an abandoned cemetery with Scrooge's tombstone. Scrooge becomes frightened and asks if these are possible futures or his actual future, but the ghost disappeared into a bedpost
  • After meeting with all three spirits, Scrooge appears to be a changed man. When he runs into the man that came into his office asking for donations, he donated. He even went to Christmas dinner with his nephew Fred. When Bob comes in late the next day, Scrooge does not get mad, but increases his salary.
  • I think Scrooge's future is a pleasant one. He will go to Christmas dinner every year and enjoy the holidays. He will no longer be as selfish as he was. He will also view poor people more caringly.
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