Ebenezer


2h 1998

Brief Synopsis

Adaptation of Charles Dicken's "A Christmas Carol." Told as a western, Ebenezer Scrooge is a card-cheating swindler. His latest victim is Sam Benson, an idealistic cowboy whose fiancee, Erica Marlow, works as a housekeeper since Scrooge took over her family's saloon. The ghost of Erica's father Jaco

Film Details

MPAA Rating
PG
Genre
Adaptation
Drama
Holiday
Period
Western
Release Date
1998
Production Company
Canadian Film Or Video Production Tax Credit; Image Organization, Inc.; Image Organization, Inc.; Sharpe Sound Studios; TNT
Location
Alberta, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

Adaptation of Charles Dicken's "A Christmas Carol." Told as a western, Ebenezer Scrooge is a card-cheating swindler. His latest victim is Sam Benson, an idealistic cowboy whose fiancee, Erica Marlow, works as a housekeeper since Scrooge took over her family's saloon. The ghost of Erica's father Jacob visits Scrooge that night and warns him that he must change his ways or suffer the consequences. Scrooge is then visited by the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future.

Crew

Marjorie Baghepour

Costumes

Pierre Bartlette

Carpenter

Tara Bartlette

On-Set Dresser

Tracey Baryski

Art Director

Allan Belyea

Dolly Grip

Tom Benz

Production Manager

Douglas Berquist

Producer

Douglas Berquist

Executive Producer

Carrie Bews

Assistant Camera Operator

T J Bews

Wrangler

Dave Borley

Construction Coordinator

Gary Bruckner

Sound Editor

Jared Bunnin

Grip

Byron Callaghan

Makeup Artist

Carol Case

Assistant Costume Designer

Penny Chalmers

Set Decorator

Morris Chapdelaine

Casting Assistant

Russell Deluce

Assistant Camera Operator

Charles Dickens

From Story ("A Christmas Carol")

Marino Dinapoli

Visual Effects Editor

Kathy Dodd

Location Manager

Tim Duchak

Grip

Bridget Durnford

Editing

Regan Enderl

Assistant Camera Operator

Tom Erickson

Stunt Coordinator

Ann Fraleigh

Production Coordinator

Michael Frislev

Producer

Stacey Frislev

Costumes

Ken Friss

Script Supervisor

Channel Drama Fund

Funding

Sam Gainer

Art Department Coordinator

Bob Gammell

On-Set Dresser

Bruce M Gammell

On-Set Dresser

Rick Garbutt

Director Of Photography (2nd Unit)

Dean Giammarco

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Mike Gibney

Sound Editor

Aaron Gilbert

Music Supervisor

Aaron Gilbert

Music Supervisor

Lee Gray

On-Set Dresser

Joanne Hansen

Costume Designer

Jack Hardy

Assistant Director

Ivan Hawkes

Key Grip

Arnold Holmes

Transportation Coordinator

Johnny Jones

Assistant Property Master

Danny Klepper

Transportation Coordinator

John Lacroix

Production Accountant

Chris Lamb

Production Assistant

Cindy Lamb

Executive Producer

Frank Laratta

Sound Designer

Chris Large

Photography

Henry Lebo

Director Of Photography

Bruce Leitl

Music

Barbara Ligeti

Executive Producer

Robin J Loewen

Gaffer

Louise Mackiewicz

Casting

Dean Macllwain

Dialogue Editor

Tyler Mandrusiak

Dolly Grip

Peter Markowski

Rigging Gaffer

Donald Martin

Screenwriter

Hans Maxwell

Other

Ralph Mccoy

Transportation Captain

Richard Mcneal

Camera Operator

Lorne Miess

Colorist

Tim Milligan

Dolly Grip

Judy Mitchell

Costume Supervisor

Brad Moerke

Assistant Director

Damon Moreau

Assistant Camera Operator

Kathleen Morley

Costumes

Paul Mortimer

Editor

Robert Neilson

On-Set Dresser

Chad Oakes

Co-Producer

Don Olson

Hair Stylist

Phil Parks

Publicity

Iain Pattison

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Martin Pederson

Assistant Director

Achim Rainmaker

Color Correction

Rick Roberts

Production Designer

Maurice Routly

Special Effects Coordinator

Alan Salzl

Assistant Camera

Hans Schmidt

Other

Mike Schmidt

Assistant Editor

Paul Sharpe

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Bo Shiminsky

Sound Editor

Darryl Solly

Location Manager

Sue Stremblisky

Assistant Camera Operator

George Tarrant

Sound Mixer

Mike Tomiuk

Visual Effects

Mike Tomiuk

Animator

Carey Toner

Steadicam Operator

Brian Trotto

Dolly Grip

Ken Wills

Property Master

Chris Wiseman

Dolly Grip

Geoff Wusyck

Sound Editor

Cathy Yost

Production Coordinator

Cathy Yost

Unit Manager Assistant

Rick Youck

Gaffer

Kelly Zombor

Boom Operator

John Zulinski

Key Grip

Film Details

MPAA Rating
PG
Genre
Adaptation
Drama
Holiday
Period
Western
Release Date
1998
Production Company
Canadian Film Or Video Production Tax Credit; Image Organization, Inc.; Image Organization, Inc.; Sharpe Sound Studios; TNT
Location
Alberta, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video October 13, 1998

Aired in United States November 25, 1998