100+ Scrooged Quotes About A Stingy TV Executive’s Christmas Caper

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These Scroogedquotes are about a stingy TV executive’s Christmas caper. There are so many Scrooged quotes that can help you when you are tired of being in the same old rut, and all you need is a little push, a little inspiration, a smile on the face, change of mood, bring you out of the banality of life, make you laugh a little, or may even make you cry a bit, and these Scrooged quotes exists just do that.

Scrooged is a 1988 American Christmas satire movie coordinated by Richard Donner and composed by Mitch Glazer and Michael O’Donoghue. In light of the 1843 novella A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Scrooged is an advanced retelling that pursues Bill Murray as Frank Cross, a negative and childish TV official, who is visited by a progression of apparitions on Christmas Eve aim on helping him recover his Christmas soul. Scrooged likewise stars Karen Allen, John Forsythe, Bobcat Goldthwait, Carol Kane, Robert Mitchum, Michael J. Pollard, and Alfre Woodard. Scrooged was recorded on a $32 million spending plan more than a quarter of a year in Hollywood. Murray came back to representing Scrooged in the wake of taking a 4-year rest following the arrival of Ghostbusters, the accomplishment of which he discovered overpowering. Murray worked straightforwardly with Glazer and O’Donoghue on modifying the content before consenting to join the venture. The generation was turbulent, as both Murray and Donner had various dreams for what Scrooged ought to be. Murray himself depicted his time on Scrooged as one of ‘hopelessness’, while Donner called Murray ‘sublimely imaginative yet every so often troublesome’.

Close by Murray’s three siblings, Brian, John, and Joel, Scrooged highlights various VIP appearances. Scrooged’s showcasing profited by Murray’s Ghostbusters job, referencing his experiences with phantoms in the two movies. Scrooged was released on November 23 and earned $60.3 million during its dramatic keep running in the United States, making it the thirteenth most elevated netting film of the year 1988 and a moderate film industry hit. Scrooged got a positive reaction from test spectators, however, was met by a blended reaction on its release, by pundits who then again found Scrooged excessively cowardly, or excessively wistful. It was designated for an Academy Award for Best Makeup and Hairstyling, yet lost to Beetlejuice. In the years since its release, Scrooged has turned into a customary component on TV at Christmas, with certain movie critiques referring to it as an option in contrast to increasingly conventional Christmas movies, and others contending that Scrooged was relatively revolutionary, enabling it to stay significant in the present day. It has shown up on different arrangements of the best Christmas films at any point made.

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That’s the one good thing about regret: it’s never too late.

Scrooged Quotes

You can always change tomorrow if you want to. “

Scrooged Famous Quotes

“I don’t mind you hitting me Frank, but take it easy on the Bacardi!” 

Scrooged Popular Quotes

“I was a captain of industry. Feared by men, adored by women.”

Scrooged Best Quotes

“You are going to be visited… by three ghosts.”

Scrooged Sayings

“It’s Lee Majors, the six million dollar man!”

“Santa, is there a back way out of this place?”

“Of course there is Lee, but this is one Santa that’s going out the front door.”

“Seven o’clock. Psychos seize Santa’s workshop, and only Lee Majors can stop them… ‘The Night The Reindeer Died’.”

“Hey Mom, where’s Dad? He should of been home by now.”

“Well Wally, if I know your father he’s out chasing beaver.”

“… ‘Father Loves Beaver’.”

“Oh… my gosh. Does that suck.”

“You guys have got an ad, with America’s favorite old fart. Reading a book, in front of a fire place. Now, I have to kill all of you!”

“Acid rain. Drug addiction. International terrorism. Freeway killers. Now more than ever, it is important to remember the true meaning of Christmas. Don’t miss Charles Dickens immortal classic; Scrooge. Your life might just depend on it…”

“Elliot Laudermilk. Code nine…”

“Grace, what in the hell is this?”

“That’s a painting one of my kids did! There’s Santa Claus, and there Mrs. Claus.”

“Honey, how many fingers does Mrs. Santa Claus have here?”

“Eleven.”

“Right! It’s crap! Lose it! I don’t want it on the wall!”

“Grace, put yourself down for a towel too.”

“What about my bonus?”

“Towel and a face cloth.”

We’ll own Christmas.

“If only I could fire that poor son of a bitch!”

“Grace, I need a full report on a guy named Bryce Cummings. He’s an L.A slime ball.”

“Bye bye, Grandma. Bye bye!”

“Wooo-eee! That was a good one!”

“Bango! Bango! Boppo! Boombo! Babbam! Babbam! Blam…blam…”

“I don’t mind you hitting me Frank, but take it easy on the Bacardi!”

“But you’re… dead.”

“Seven years.”

“God, has it been that long? Jeez… I mean to look at you… I wouldn’t of guessed more than three, tops.”

“I was a captain of industry. Feared by men, adored by women.”

Adored… Let’s be honest Lou, you paid for the women.”

“You are going to be visited… by three ghosts.”

“Three ghosts?”

“Expect the first one, tomorrow at noon.”

“God, tomorrow’s bad for me, Lou. Matter of fact, the whole rest of the week is a wash out. Ouch, well maybe we can have drinks say, Thursday? You, me the ghost. Trader Vic’s, around four? Something like that?”

“This is no joke, Frank. This is your last chance.”

“Alright, I could squeeze you in for a breakfast…”

“Oh… who’s that? She’s pretty.”

“She’s dead, Frank.”

“I want to see her nipples.”

“But this is a Christmas show!”

“Well, Charles Dickens would of wanted to see her nipples then.”

“You can hardly see them nipples.”

“See, these guys are really looking. You can go shake a tail feather…”

“Excuse me, Lumpy?”

“Around here people call me, Mr. Cross.”

“I’m sorry, I’m new here and I got a problem. ”

“I bet. What?”

“Our problem is this little fella. I can’t the antlers glued on to this guy. We tried crazy glue, but it don’t work. ”

“Have you tried staples?”

“Marley, Perkins… the road!”

“Beautiful story. Tell ‘Reader’s Digest’ will ya?”

“You little worm! Who are you!? How’d you get in here? Well, maybe you’ll answer some questions downtown, huh my friend?”

“He’s my son!”

“Alright you beat him… Does he work here?”

“No, he does not. I thought it would be fun for him to see a live television show!”

“Do you see anybody having fun here!?”

“Frank, what did happen last night?”

“Claire, it was something I ate, it was probably a bad clam or something, we don’t know yet…”

“Would you please… for the love of God! And your own body… hold the hammering!?”

“Where are we?”

“You mean, when…”

“Go back to Jersey, you moron!”

“Guess my Dad hasn’t put up the lights yet!”

“Oh… for Christ sakes Frank, it’s Christmas Eve!”

“Merry Christmas!”

“A choo-choo train?”

“No, its five pounds of veal!”

“Garden slugs got more out of life than you.”

“Huh huh ha ha ha… Name one.”

“I’ve never liked a girl enough to give her twelve sharp knives.”

“Its a bone, ya lucky dog!!”

“Ya… Buddy. I’m crazy… crazy like a fox!”

“Vincinia. I know. The rain. By foe, I by thy foe of geeops… I swear, therefore I foreswear. Now beat it!… Before I beat you!

“If you touch me again, I’m gunna rip your god damn wings off!”

“Oh… look Frank! It’s a… TOASTER!

“Break a leg everybody, I feel real weird about tonight.”

“I know what you came for come and get it you… pussy.”

“Stop scaring Frank! Get this nut cake out of here.”

“He’s in the show Mr. Cross, as the ghost of Christmas future.”

“He’ great. That guys gunna be a big star.”

“Hey… back off big man, that may work with the chicks, but not me.”

“I’m alive! Holy shit, what a break! Oh god… its the sun! I thought I’d never see the sun again! I’m alive!”

“Not for long!”

“… Milk Man!!”

“You glad to see me, or is this a shot gun in your pocket?”

“I was looking for a Francis Xavier Cross.”

“That’s me. But the great thing… is it’s not me. The Jews taught me this great word. Shmuck. I was a shmuck. But now… I’m not a shmuck.”

“Can you get me to the IBC building in three minutes!?”

“What floor?”

“It’s Christmas Eve… it’s the one night of the year we all act a little nicer. We smile a little easier. We cheer a little more. For a couple hours out of the whole year… we are the people that we always hoped we would be. It’s a miracle! It’s really a sort of a miracle. Because it happens every Christmas Eve. And if you waste that miracle, you’re gunna burn for it! I know what I’m talking about…”

“You’re like boating a marlin. … Claire, the whole world. The whole world, Claire. And they lived happily ever after.”

“My brother, the King of Christmas!”

“- Lew Hayward: I was a captain of industry; feared by men, adored by women.
– Frank Cross: Adored! Come on, let’s be honest, Lew. You paid for the women!”

“We’re gonna need champagne for 250 people, and send the stuff that you send to me. Don’t send the stuff that I send to other people.”

“- Frank Cross: Quick! What time is it?
– Eliot Loudermilk: Somebody stole my watch!”

“I never liked a girl well enough to give her twelve sharp knives.”

“Look, it don’t matter a hill of beans what happens to me but the world couldn’t afford it if anything happened to you. Now stay put.”

“That’s the one good thing about regret: it’s never too late. You can always change tomorrow if you want to.”

“I don’t mind you shooting at me, Frank, but take it easy on the Bacardi!”

“- James Cross: You know what they say about people who treat other people bad on the way up?
– Frank Cross: Yeah, you get to treat ’em bad on the way back down too. It’s great, you get two chances to rough ’em up.”

“There are people who are having trouble making their miracle happen; there are people who don’t have enough to eat, there are people who are cold, you can go out and say hello to these people. You can take an old blanket out of the closet and go to them and say ‘Here!’, you can make them a sandwich and say ‘oh by the way, here!’.”

“- Claire Phillips: Why are you so angry?
– Frank Cross: Why haven’t you learned how to button a coat?”

“- Daughter: Mom, when are we gonna get a real Christmas tree?
– Grace Cooley: When they’re free!”

“- Claire Phillips: Taxi! Can you get me to the IBC building in three minutes?
– Ghost of Christmas Past: Which floor?”

“You are a hallucination brought on by alcohol… Russian vodka poisoned by Chernobyl!”

“Sometimes the truth is painful, Frank. But it’s made your cheeks rosy and your eyes bright!”

“It’s Christmas Eve! It’s… it’s the one night of the year when we all act a little nicer, we… we… we smile a little easier, we… w-w-we… we… we cheer a little more. For a couple of hours out of the whole year, we are the people that we always hoped we would be!”

“- Frank Cross: I get it. You’re taking me back in time to show me my mother and father, and I’m supposed to get all goosey and blubbery. Well, forget it, pal, you got the wrong guy!
– Ghost of Christmas Past: That’s exactly what Attila the Hun said. But when he saw his mother… Niagara Falls!”

“- Frank Cross: Same old Claire… still trying to save the world.
– Claire Phillips: You still trying to run it?”

“- Herman: Boy, that Dick sure knows how to drink, huh?
– Frank Cross: Why do you keep calling me “Dick”?
– Herman: I’m sorry, Mr. Burton, I guess we don’t know you well enough yet to call you Dick.

“All day long, I listen to people give me excuses why they can’t work… ‘My back hurts’, ‘my legs ache’, ‘I’m only four!’. The sooner he learns life isn’t handed to him on a silver platter, the better!”

“The Jews taught me this great word: Schmuck. I was a schmuck, and now I’m not a schmuck!”

“Would you please, for the love of god, and your own body, stop the damn hammering?”

“- Frank Cross: I didn’t know Grace’s husband died.
– Ghost of Christmas Present: Oh Frank, don’t you remember the time she wore black for a year?
– Frank Cross: I remember her wearing black… I thought it was a fashion thing. Everybody was wearing black!”

“- Frank Cross: Do you think I’m way off base here?
– Eliot Loudermilk: Yes. You’re, well, you’re a tad off base, sir. That thing looked like The Manson Family Christmas Special!”

“- Ghost of Christmas Past: You left Claire for Frisbee the dog? Frank, let me sum this up for you: you don’t know who you are, you don’t know what you want, and you don’t know what the hell is going on!
– Frank Cross: I’ve made a few mistakes. I gotta live with that. But I do know who I am, I know what I want, and I know what’s going on!”

“Don’t vex me Frank, or I’ll fix your mouth so it won’t hold soup.”

Frank Cross: Well I AM happy with the path that I have chosen, you little bitch! In fact, I couldn’t be happier!”

Claire Phillips: Taxi, can you get me to IBC in three minutes?

Ghost of Christmas Past: Which floor?”

Frank Cross: The Bitch hit me with a Toaster. “
“Lew Hayward:
I was a captain of industry, feared by men, adored by women.

Frank Cross:
ADORED? C’mon, let’s be honest, Lew. You PAID for the women.”

“Frank Cross:
I want to see her nipples.

Censor Lady:
But this is a CHRISTMAS show.

Frank Cross:
Well, I’m sure Charles Dickens would have wanted to see her nipples.

Frank Cross:
See? And these guys are REALLY looking”

“Ghost of Christmas Past:
Let’s face it, Frank. Garden slugs got more out of life than you.

Frank Cross:
Yeah? Name one.”

“Frank Cross:
I never liked a girl well enough to give her 12 sharp knives.”

“Frank Cross:
No, you are a hallucination, brought on by alcohol. Russian Vodka, poisoned by Chernobyl.”

“James Cross:
You know what they say about people who treat other people bad on the way up?

Frank Cross:
Yeah, you get to treat ’em bad on the way back down too. It’s great, you get two chances to rough ’em up.”

“Frank Cross:
Did you try staples?”

“Frank Cross:
The bitch hit me with a toaster.”

“Earl Cross:
All day long I listen to people give me excuses why they can’t work. My legs hurt. My back aches. I’m only four. The sooner he learns life isn’t handed to him on a silver platter, the better.”

“Claire Phillips:
Taxi. Can you get me to the IBC building in 15 minutes?

Ghost of Christmas Past:
Which floor?”

“Ghost of Christmas Present:
You know I like the rough stuff, don’t you Frank?”

“The Ghost of Christmas Present:
Oh, what is this Frank? Oh, oh, look Frank. It’s a toaster.”

“Frank Cross:

Wow, does that stink. And now… I have to kill all of you.

Frank Cross:

Hey. Are you glad to see me, or is this a shotgun in your pocket?”

“Frank Cross:
All right, you’ve heard it. How’s this for a deal? I hire you back, pay you twice your original salary, and offer you a vice president position. Would you like my office?

Elliot:
No, I don’t like your office.

Frank Cross:
That’s SO YOU!

Elliot:
What’s the catch?

Frank Cross:
The catch…

Frank Cross:
… is that you need to shower, little man. You are RIPE! Whoo!”

Frank Cross:
Quick. What time is it?

Elliot:
Somebody stole my watch.

Ghost of Christmas Past:
Go back to Jersey, ya moron.

Herman:
Boy that Dick sure knows how to drink huh?

Frank Cross:
Why do you keep calling me “Dick”?

Herman:
I’m sorry Mr. Burton, but I guess we don’t know you well enough yet, to call you Dick.

Frank Cross:
The Jews taught me this great word. “Schmuck”. I was a schmuck, and now I’m not a schmuck.

Frank Cross:
I’m gonna give you a little advice Claire. Scrape ’em off. You wanna save somebody? Save yourself.

Claire Phillips:
Oh well that’s a really nice attitude. Merry Christmas.

Frank Cross:
Bah humbug.

Frank Cross:
I get it, you’re here to show me my past and I’m supposed to get all dully eyed and mushy. Well forget it pal, you got the wrong guy.

Ghost of Christmas Past:
That’s exactly what Atilla the Hun said. But when he saw his mother, Niagra Falls.

Ghost of Christmas Past:
Niagra Falls Frankie Angel.

Frank Cross:
Grace, put yourself down for a towel too.

Grace:
What about my bonus?

Frank Cross:
Towel or a facecloth.

Elliot:
Hello, IBC program room.

Preston:
This is Rhinelander. Who’s the idiot that put that nut on the air?

Elliot:
Oh, uh, Bryce Cummings is the idiot sir but uh, he can’t talk to you right now because he’s sorta tied up. Uh-huh. Oh, in fact he just said that you were a flatulating butthead?

Preston:
A butthead?

Elliot:
He said he never felt that way about a man before but you really looked good in a suit.

Frank Cross:
Would you please hold the goddamn hammering, now.

Frank Cross:
You’ve got a program featuring America’s favorite old fart. Reading a book in front of a fireplace. Now, I have to kill all of you.

Frank Cross:
Grace, what in the hell is this?

Grace:
Oh, it’s a painting, one of my kids did. See, there’s Santa Claus and there’s Mrs. Claus.

Frank Cross:
Honey, how many fingers does Mrs. Santa Claus have here?

Grace:
Eleven.

Frank Cross:
Eleven. Right.

Frank Cross:
It’s crap. Lose it. I don’t want it on the wall.

Elliot:
Hello wabbit.

Frank Cross:
Could you give me a head start?

Elliot:
Sure. One thousand one, one thousand two, one thousand three.

Grace:
When they’re free.

Frank Cross:
Get me Standards and Practices in here. I want to see wreaths.

Frank Cross:
Do you think I’m way off-base here?

Elliot:
Yes. You’re, well, you’re a tad off-base, sir. That thing looked like The Manson Family Christmas Special.

Frank Cross:
It’s Christmas Eve. It’s-it’s the one night of the year when we all act a little nicer, we-we-we smile a little easier, we-w-w-we-we-we cheer a little more. For a couple of hours out of the whole year we are the people that we always hoped we would be.

Frank Cross:
Claire, the whole world. Whole world, Claire.

Frank Cross:
Where are we?

Ghost of Christmas Past:
Where are we? You mean, “When are we?”

If you can’t find it under A, look under B, if you can’t find it under B, look under C..

“I care”

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