Subtitles to the Cartoon «A Christmas Carol» (2009)

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Subtitles to the Cartoon «A Christmas Carol». The Beginning

Scene 1. (Marley is Dead)
— Yes. Quite dead. As a doornail.
— Certificate of death, sir.
— Stop!
— Back away, praddock.
— Two pence is two pence.

Scene 2. (In the streets)
— Beg your pardon!
— I say!
— Delinquents.
— Newspaper!

— We’re hungry, sir! Please, sir, we’re very hungry. We’re hungry, sir. We’re starving…Please, sir. We’re very hungry.
— Merry Christmas, from his lordship, the mayor!
— Oh, look. There it is. Oi! Come back here with that! That’s our meat! Give it back! That’s ours! Come back here!

Scene 3 (Scrooge and his nephew)
— Merry Christmas, Uncle! God save you.
— Bah! Humbug!
— Christmas a humbug? Uncle! You don’t mean that.
— Merry Christmas.
— What reason have you to be merry? You’re poor enough.
— What right have you to be so dismal? You’re rich enough.
— Humbug!
— Don’t be cross, Uncle.
— What else can I be when I live in such a world of fools as this?
— Merry Christmas.
— What’s Christmas time to you but a time for finding yourself a year older and not a penny richer.
— Uncle!
— Nephew!
— Keep Christmas in your own way and let me keep it in mine.
— Keep it? But you don’t keep it!
— Let me leave it alone then.
— Much good it has ever done you.
— Christmas is the only time when men open their shut-up hearts and think of other people. And therefore, Uncle…although it has never put gold or silver in my pocket…I believe it has done me good, and I say, God bless it!
— You’re quite a powerful speaker, sir. A wonder you don’t go into Parliament.
— Don’t be cross, Uncle. Come, dine with us tomorrow.
— I’ll see you in hell first.
— But why? Why are you so cold-hearted, Uncle? Why?
— Why did you get married?
— Because I fell in love.
— Because…you fell…in love? Good afternoon.
— I want nothing from you. I ask nothing of you. Why can’t we be friends?
— Good afternoon.
— Good afternoon!
— And a happy New Year!
— Good afternoon!
— And a very merry Christmas to you too, Mr. Cratchit.
— Merry Christmas to you, sir.
— There’s another one. A clerk making 15 shillings a week… …and with a wife and family, talking about a merry Christmas.
— I’ll retire to Bedlam.

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