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Scrooge - Missing Flames in Scrooge (a Christmas Carol)
In the scene where Crachit is speaking with his wife about the burial location for Tiny Tim, the burning fire in the fireplace is clearly visible and is even reflected on her. But whenever the camera switches to Bob, on him there is no light reflection from the flames... and when they are embracing, the fireplace is in sight with no fire lit.
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in the version with Alistair Sim (1951)
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Gary9450 on 12-26-2009
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