I am a huge fan of the Charles Dickens classic "A Christmas Carol"!
We own dozens of printed versions of the book, and it is read aloud in the days before Christmas.
We also own most cinematic versions of the story from Alistair Sim's perfect personification of Scrooge in 1951, to Patrick Stewart's interpretation in 1999
(We also saw Stewart in his one man show of "A Christmas Carol" on Broadway in 2001!)
One of my favorite Scrooge roles was played by George C. Scott in 1984. It was shot on location in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England, including the cemetery scene, where Scrooge is shown his own tombstone. In reality, the scene was filmed in St. Chad's Churchyard and Scrooge's stone was real.
The coolest things is that it is still there!
Here is the scene...
And here are some shots I found online.