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The film works very well, providing lots of laughs, in its first half, setting up the Bill Murray character and his callousness. For a Christmas Eve special he wants to staple antlers on a mouse. [25 Nov 1988, p.A]
Scrooged doesn't pack the wallop of A Christmas Carol - you won't cry or walk out resolving to become a better person - but it's a funny and imaginative high-class effort. Best of all, it stars Bill Murray, who has only to raise an eyebrow to get laughs. [23 Nov 1988, p.E1]
Scrooged is that rarest of contemporary Hollywood phenomena -- a Christmas movie with Christmas spirit. [23 Nov 1988, p.21]
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- Some characters have trouble remembering the name of the boat on Gilligan's Island (1964), a show on which Director Richard Donner worked.
- At the end of the movie, on set you see scenes with snow on people. During cut scenes, the snow comes and goes.
- Lew Hayward: I was a captain of industry; feared by men, adored by women.
- Frank Cross: Adored! Come on, let's be honest, Lew. You *paid* for the women!