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Adaptations of the story includes
The Family Man (2000) Though not a direct adaptation, this film's story, involving a wealthy, but cold-hearted businessman (Nicolas Cage) who learns the true meaning of Christmas through a supernatural misadventure, recalls Dickens' novel.
A Christmas Carol (2000) A modern-day version starring Ross Kemp as Eddie Scrooge, an unscrupulous loan shark.
A Diva's Christmas Carol (2000), a humorous adaptation starring Vanessa Williams as bitchy diva Ebony Scrooge who is transformed into a kind-hearted soul.
A Carol Christmas (2003) Made-for-TV adaption on the Halmark Channel. Stars Tori Spelling as "Scroogette." William Shatner makes a special appearance as the ghost of Christmas Present.
Christmas Carol: The Movie (2003) an animated version produced by Illuminated Films (Christmas Carol), Ltd/The Film Consortium/MBP; screenplay by Robert Llewellyn & Piet Kroon; with the voices of Simon Callow, Kate Winslet, Nicolas Cage, Jane Horrocks, Rhys Ifans, Michael Gambon, and Juliet Stevenson.
Steve Nallon's Christmas Carol (2003) theatrical adaptation starring the noted impressionist, as a number of famous people.
I'm Sorry I Haven't A Christmas Carol (2003) a BBC Radio 4 parody in which the curmugeonly Ebeneezer Scrumph (played by the curmugeonly chairman of I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, Humphrey Lyttelton) is visited by three ghosts played by the regular panelists.
A Christmas Carol (2003 film), an Animé animated version of the Dickens's classic, distributed in the United States by Goodtimes Entertainment, written by Jack Olesker, directed by Toshiyuki Hiruma Takashi, animation by Amisong Productions among others, with the voices of Tony Ail, Nathan As well, and Cheralynn Bailey
VeggieTales released a parody entitled "An Easter Carol" in 2004, with the zucchini Nebby K. Nezzar in the Scrooge role.
A Christmas Carol: The Musical (2004), starring Kelsey Grammer.
Caroll's Christmas (2004), in which modern versions of the three spirits visit the wrong man's house on Christmas Eve.
An IESE Christmas Carol (2005) at Google Video, a short business school version by the IESE theatre club in which Scrooge is played by women.
A Learning Carol (2004), a three episode podcast by The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd (ep. 205-207)
A Sesame Street Christmas Carol (2006), a direct to DVD special featuring Oscar the Grouch in the Scrooge role.
Bah Humduck! (2006), a Looney Tunes spoof of the classic with Daffy as Scrooge.
A Camden Christmas Carol (2006), a multimedia stage adaptation by Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts in Camden, NJ supported by a grant from the Knight Foundation.
A Christmas Carol (2006)
A Christmas Mikey (2006 television episode) Final episode of Season 1 of Kappa Mikey, pitting Ozu in the role of Scrooge, and three Ghosts who resemble Japanese samurai.
Weebl and Bob (2006) A Bob cartoon parodies A Christmas Carol.
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends - In part of the epsode "A Lost Claus", Bloo parodies this in order to squeeze more presents out of Mr. Herriman. Bloo, essentially, gets the ghosts wrong: Bob Marley instead of Jacob Marley; the Ghost of a Christmas present instead of the Ghost of Christmas Present; and as the Ghost of Christmas Future, he dresses up as a deadly robot. Bloo completely skips over the Ghost of Christmas Past.