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The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)

The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)

The Muppet Christmas Carol, a heartwarming and comedic holiday film released in 1992, brings Charles Dickens' classic story to life with a delightful twist. Starring the iconic Muppet characters created by Jim Henson, the film follows the journey of the infamous Ebenezer Scrooge, played by Michael Caine, as he is visited by the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future. This enchanting musical adventure features an array of lovable Muppets, including Kermit the Frog as Bob Cratchit, Miss Piggy as Emily Cratchit, and Gonzo as Charles Dickens himself, accompanied by his loyal sidekick Rizzo the Rat. Boasting catchy songs and unforgettable performances, The Muppet Christmas Carol is a cherished holiday classic that can be enjoyed by the whole family. Experience the magic of this beloved film by playing and downloading its wonderful sounds here.

A blue furry Charles Dickens who hangs out with a rat?
A blue furry Charles Dickens who hangs out with a rat?
A crumb of cheese.
A crumb of cheese.
A cup of kindness that we share with another
A cup of kindness that we share with another
A cup of kindness that we share with another
A cup of kindness that we share with another
A friend of the Fozziwig family.
A friend of the Fozziwig family.
A genius.
A genius.
A gift for me?
A gift for me?
A gift?
A great many back payments are included in it, I assure you.
A life can be made right.
A merry Christmas to you. And a happy New Year.
A merry Christmas to you. And a happy New Year.
A merry Christmas, Uncle Scrooge. God save you.
A merry Christmas, Uncle Scrooge. God save you.
A moment later, Scrooge found himself standing on a city street,
A night's unbroken rest might aid my welfare.
A night's unbroken rest might aid my welfare.
A nightmare waits for you
A nightmare waits for you
A pair of mittens that were made by your mother
A pair of mittens that were made by your mother
A pair of mittens that were made by your mother
A part of childhood we'll always remember
A part of childhood we'll always remember
A part of childhood we'll always remember
A part of childhood we'll always remember
A place of joy and laughter.
A pleasure having you here.
A pleasure having you here.
A promise to share the wealth
A remarkable lad.
A remarkable lad.
A slight disorder of the stomach can make them cheat.
A slight disorder of the stomach can make them cheat.
A special time of caring
A special time of caring
A special time of caring
A special time of caring
A special time of caring
A special time of caring
A special time of caring
A squeezing, wrenching, grasping, clutching...
A sweet reunion with a friend or a brother
A sweet reunion with a friend or a brother
A sweet reunion with a friend or a brother
A sweet reunion with a friend or a brother
A time for... solitude.
A time for... solitude.
A touch of my hand, and you shall fly.
A touch of my hand, and you shall fly.
Absolutely.
Absolutely.
Actually, I think it's colder in here.
Actually, I think it's colder in here.
After all, there's only one more sleep
After all, there's only one more sleep
After all, there's only one more sleep till Christmas
After all, there's only one more sleep till Christmas
After all, there's only one more sleep till Christmas
After all, there's only one more sleep till Christmas
Agh!
Agh!
Agh!
Agh!
Ahem.
Ahem.
Ahh!
All right, Beaker, come along.
All right, Beaker, come along.
Am I in the presence of the Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come?
Am I in the presence of the Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come?
And a crutch without an owner.
And a crutch without an owner.
And a few moments later, dressed in his finest,
And a few moments later, dressed in his finest,
And a promise to share the wealth
And a promise to share the wealth
And a scar on my wrist from when I fell off my bicycle...
And a scar on my wrist from when I fell off my bicycle...
And as good a man as the good old city ever had.
And buried with a stake of holly through his heart.
And buried with a stake of holly through his heart.
And catch us when we fall
And decrease the surplus population.
And decrease the surplus population.
And decrease the surplus population.
And decrease the surplus population.
And Edmund, my best friend.
And Edmund, my best friend.
And every day will start
And every day will start
And every path will bring me back from where I roam
And everyone can feel it
And everyone can feel it
And everyone is family
And everyone is family
And his sympathy for all poor men,
And hot! Ooh! Ooh! Ooh!
And hot! Ooh! Ooh! Ooh!
And how does one celebrate Christmas on the unemployment line?
And how does one celebrate Christmas on the unemployment line?
And I am about to raise you right off the pavement...
And I am about to raise you right off the pavement...
And I am here for the food.
And I am here for the food.
And I bet he would choke on it.
And I bet he would choke on it.
And I didn't mean to fall behind in the payment.
And I didn't mean to fall behind in the payment.
And I have had my fill of you, Mr. Scrooge.
And I have had my fill of you, Mr. Scrooge.
And I say, God bless it.
And I'm here. It's a miracle.
And if you could not pay the rent, we simply threw you out
And if you could not pay the rent, we simply threw you out
And in a moment, Scrooge had seen his entire childhood pass.
And in a moment, Scrooge had seen his entire childhood pass.
And in our prayers and dreams We ask you, bless us all
And in our prayers and dreams, we ask you
And in our prayers and dreams, we ask you
And is he, too, familiar?
And it could be changed.
And it could be changed.
And it is the season of the spirit
And it is the season of the spirit
And it is the season of the spirit
And it's a tradition for us to take a little nap.
And know that I belong
And know that I belong
And leave you to make yours.
And leave you to make yours.
And my name is Rizzo the Rat.
And my name is Rizzo the Rat.
And now I leave you with the Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come.
And pay your mortgage on this house.
And remember, it is the season of the heart
And remember, it is the season of the heart
And Scrooge was better than his word.
And Scrooge was better than his word.
And Scrooge was conscious of a thousand odors.
And Scrooge was conscious of a thousand odors.
And so the boy was off like a shot. So even...
And so they arrived in Ebenezer Scrooge's childhood.
And so, as Tiny Tim observed...
And so, as Tiny Tim observed...
And soon he encountered two familiar faces.
And soon he encountered two familiar faces.
And that's the truth!
And that's the truth!
And the now is Christmas.
And the now is Christmas.
And the worst of the worst, the most hated and cursed
And the worst of the worst, the most hated and cursed
And therefore, Bob Cratchit...
And therefore, I'm about to raise your salary.
And therefore, I'm about to raise your salary.
And therefore, you can leave this house at once.
And therefore, you can leave this house at once.
And though it's never put a scrap of gold or silver in my pocket,
And though it's never put a scrap of gold or silver in my pocket,
And thus he remained, until the nearby clock began to strike the hour.
And thus he remained, until the nearby clock began to strike the hour.
And thus he remained, until the nearby clock began to strike the hour.
And Tiny Tim,
And Tiny Tim,
And to beg you to share my days
And to beg you to share my days
And unfeeling, and badly dressed...
And unfeeling, and badly dressed...
And we stand tall
And we stand tall
And we stand tall
And what a flood of memories came back to him,
And what a flood of memories came back to him,
And with that, the spirits of Scrooge's partners vanished into the darkness,
And with that, the spirits of Scrooge's partners vanished into the darkness,
And you to be dismal? You're rich enough.
And you to be dismal? You're rich enough.
And, er, Tiny Tim?
And, er, Tiny Tim?
Another year before our wedding, Ebenezer.
Answer me one more question.
Answer me one more question.
Are spirits' lives so short?
Are spirits' lives so short?
Are there no prisons? No poor houses?
Are there no prisons? No poor houses?
Are these the shadows of things that will be?
Are these the shadows of things that will be?
Are you the spirit whose coming was foretold to me?
Are you the spirit whose coming was foretold to me?
As dead as a doornail.
As dead as a doornail.
As freedom comes from giving love
As freedom comes from giving love
As hard and as ruthless as a rose petal.
As Scrooge beheld his old classroom.
As Scrooge beheld his old classroom.
As solitary as an oyster.
As solitary as an oyster.
As the Cratchit family vanished into the darkness,
As the Cratchit family vanished into the darkness,
Ask him, ask him.
Ask him, ask him.
At that moment, who should arrive at the door
At that moment, who should arrive at the door
At this festive season of the year, Mr. Scrooge,
At this festive season of the year, Mr. Scrooge,
At this time in the proceedings,
At this time in the proceedings,
Bah. Humbug!
Banana peels coming down!
Banana peels coming down!
Barely clearing expenses.