T. Man’s review published on Letterboxd:
Probably the best portrayal of Scrooge by an actor though the rest of the components don't add up to a wholly satisfying adaptation. Well shot (for 1935 at least) but the script rushes to quickly through some of the ghostly visitations. The rest of the cast is not on par with Hicks either. The only Scrooge I have seen that has Jacob Marley's ghost be invisible apart from his door knocker visage. All in all though worth a viewing every few years.