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Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol (1938) Feature


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Forrester Harvey - Mr. Fezziwig

Old Mr. Fezziwig

"The Ghost stopped at a certain warehouse door, and asked
Scrooge if he knew it.
Know it.' said Scrooge. Was I apprenticed here.'
They went in. At sight of an old gentleman in a Welsh
wig, sitting behind such a high desk, that if he had been two
inches taller he must have knocked his head against the
ceiling, Scrooge cried in great excitement:
'Why, it's old Fezziwig. Bless his heart; it's Fezziwig
alive again.'"

   - A Christmas Carol, Stave 2: The First of the Three Spirits


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