A couple of years ago, I posted a Christmas piece called "Ebenezer Scrooge and the Movies." Today, thanks to the British Film Institute, I am posting what the BFI describes as the "earliest surviving film adaptation of Dickens' work." This short clip, all that is left of this version of "A Christmas Carol," was created in 1901.
This next clip, also from the BFI site, is a short Yuletide message from 1925. I don't understand it at all. But the camels are cute.
Happy Holidays to all, no matter how many humps you have!