Economic Condition Film Analysis

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In Addition, many economic details were relevant with the the quantity of both coal and corn. A scene in the beginning of the film presents Scrooge as he harshly addresses Bob Cratchit because he burns out the coal to keep warm and he doesn't approve because coal is highly expensive. In England during the 1700’s, Coal was very expensive until the industry took effect in the 1800’s and factories replacing coal with Coke, a much more efficient and cheaper material during that time. During the time prior to Industrialization and during industrialization, coal productivity increased by 18%. England being one of the most dominant countries during that era and also a very wealthy country only led it to be the main seller of manufactured goods. The amplification of new production goods enhanced businessmen to make create more factories, therefore causing Britain to obtain higher riches. Additionally, coal became very abundant after the Crystal Palace was created in the Great Exposition in London. Corn was also mentioned in the film as Scrooge’s business dealt with…show more content…
Early in the beginning of the film, Scrooge does not approve of singing carolers because they sang about Christmas. The audience could have interpreted the songs as Christian songs. Although their singing wasn’t appreciated by everybody they meant no harm nor did they want to harass or disturb anyone. Ironically in this time of industrialization, certain religious groups were still judge or targeted and still influenced many common lives. Christmas back then, like today, was noted a very important holiday that most celebrated. Although Fred and Bob were spending their day with friends and family, Scrooge spent his holidays alone. Even though he was a catholic man, Scrooge was disturbed and disgusted by Christmas. Religious ties continued to occur during the era of the Industrial
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