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Looking for the Best Adaptation of 'A Christmas Carol'? We Have Some Ideas

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A Christmas Carol is one of the most divisive books ever published. The content might be endearing (who wouldn't want to learn about a sad old man who rediscovers the meaning of life with the help of three time-traveling ghosts) but that doesn't mean that much. 

These are the best versions of A Christmas Carol:

Look, there's nothing worse than getting embroiled in yet another heated debate about which adaptation should be watched collectively. Hence why we compiled this handy list.

Which is the best version of A Christmas Carol? Let's see. 

1. 'The Muppet Christmas Carol' (1992)

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What's better than a moving tale about a lonesome, greedy old man who eventually finds his peace of mind at a dinner hosted by his loyal accountant and only friend? The Muppet version, obviously.

The 1992 movie casts Kermit as Scrooge's accountant with a large family to feed and nothing to pay for the food with. As to Scrooge? The only human character of the movie is played by Michael Caine. Michael Caine!

This is a great movie to watch if you're looking for a new take on the timeless classic.