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Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983)

Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983)

Mickey's Christmas Carol is a heartwarming holiday film released in 1983 that brings Charles Dickens' classic tale to life in the animated world of Disney. The story follows Mickey Mouse as Bob Cratchit and Scrooge McDuck as Ebenezer Scrooge, who is visited by the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future. This charming adaptation showcases the beloved Disney characters taking on iconic roles in a festive setting.

The cast includes voice talents such as Alan Young as Scrooge McDuck, Wayne Allwine as Mickey Mouse, and Hal Smith as Goofy, to name a few. The enchanting soundtrack adds to the magic of the film, featuring iconic Christmas songs and original compositions.

If you're looking to immerse yourself in the nostalgic sounds of Mickey's Christmas Carol, you can easily play and download these delightful tunes here. Let the cheerful melodies and heartfelt story fill your home with holiday joy, as you experience the timeless tale of redemption and the true meaning of Christmas through the lovable Disney characters.

A Partner?
A stingy little Englishman.
A time to be with one's family.
Ah, he was a good one.
All right, Cratchit, get busy while I go over my books.
And a merry Christmas to you, Master Fred.
And a very merry Christmas to you.
And another thing, Cratchit.
And any jackanapes who thinks else should be boiled in his own pudding.
And candied fruits with spiced sugar cakes?
And don't forget the chocolate pot roast with pishmachio...
And I was wondering if I could have half a day off.
And I'm standing under the mistletoe.
And if you don't have to raise money for them anymore,
And not a penny more. Not a penny more.
And now for Cratchit.
And so as punishment,
And stubborn.
And that shy lad in the corner, that's me.
And the same thing will happen to you,
And there, there's lovely Isabel.
And what are you doing here, nephew?
And will you have plum pudding and lemon sauce?
And yet, there are some who still find enough warmth in their hearts
And you lost her forever.
Are you daft, man?
Are you the Ghost of Christmas Future?
Aye, you drive a hard bargain. Here you are.
Bah, humbug.
Bah, humbug.
Bah. You used a piece last week.
But where did all this come from?
But, sir, Christmas is a time for giving.
But, sir, it's Christmas day.
Christmas day, indeed.
Christmas, huh?
Cratchit, what are you doing with that piece of coal?
Cratchit, what are you doing?
Don't eat me.
Don't go.
Don't go. You must tell me about Tim.
Ebenezer Scrooge.
Ebenezer Scrooge.
Ebenezer Scrooge...
Ebenezer, remember when I was alive,
Especially when there are so many good things to enjoy in life. See?
Even for the likes of you.
Farewell, Ebenezer.
Fee, fi, fo, fum, I smell...
Fifty gold sovereigns.
For the what?
From the heart, Scrooge.
Generosity. Ha!
Give a penny for the poor, governor. Penny for the poor.
Go away.
Good morning, Mr. Scrooge.
Ha, ha. That Fred, always so full of kindness.
Ha. And I had him buried at sea.
He robbed from the widows and swindled the poor.
Help me, Jacob.
Here we are.
Hmm. Two minutes fast.
Hmph. Listen, Scrooge, if men were measured by kindness,
I can't go out like this.
I couldn't have worked for a kinder man.
I don't care. I say, merry Christmas.
I have another bundle for you.
I have something for you.
I have. Your last payment on the cottage was an hour late.
I mean, a merry Christmas to you, sir.
I robbed the widows and swindled the poor?
I say, bah, humbug.
I see an empty chair where Tiny Tim once sat.
I think I do.
I thought you enjoyed looking down on the world.
I was just trying to thaw out the ink.
I was your partner, Jacob Marley.
I will, Uncle Scrooge. I will.
I will. I will, sir. And a bah humbug...
I'll be over promptly at 2:00. Keep it piping hot.
I'll tell you what Christmas is, it's just another work day.
I'm coming.
I'm foreclosing the mortgage.
I'm looking forward to that wonderful meal of yours.
I'm not going out there. I'll fall.
I've been waiting for you to keep your promise to marry me.
I've come to give you a wreath and invite you to Christmas dinner.
I've had enough of this half day off stuff.
I've never seen a funeral like this one.
If these shadows remain unchanged,
In his will, he left me enough money to pay for his tombstone.
In ten years' time, you learned to love something else.
It mustn't.
It's Christmas morning. I haven't missed it.
Jacob Marley?
Just another excuse for being lazy.
Kindness is of little use in this world.
Let's see now, 50 pounds, 10 shillings from McDuff.
Listen to them, do what they say.
Look on the fire.
Maybe even longer.
Merry Christmas to one and all.
Merry Christmas to one and all.
Merry Christmas, Bob.
Merry Christmas.
Merry Christmas.
Merry Christmas.
Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas.
Money, money, money.
Much, I'm afraid.
My eyes are closed, my lips are puckered,
My partner, Jacob Marley, dead seven years today.
Never mind the mushy stuff. Just go.
Nine thousand nine hundred and seventy two.
No acquaintance of mine, I assure you.
No, that can't be.
Nobody has ever shown me generosity.
Not enough? Well, all right.
Not too tight now.
Not yet, children. We must wait for Tiny Tim.
Now I must know, have you made your decision?
Now, get on with your work, Cratchit.
Now, let's see, I pay you two shillings a day.
Of course I am.
Oh, ah, uh.
Oh, and here. Here's another bundle of shirts for you.
Oh, I remember how much I was in love with her.
Oh, I thought you'd be taller.
Oh, I'm back in my own room.
Oh, my, look at all the wonderful things to eat.
Oh, no.
Oh, please, gentlemen, don't ask me to put you out of a job.
Oh, thank you, Mr. Scrooge.
Oh, thank you, Mr. Scrooge. Thank you.
Oh, thank you, sir. You're so kind.
Oh, there's so much to do. Oh, so much to do.
Oh, well, let's rest a minute afore we fill it in, eh?
Oh, yes. I gave you that raise three years ago.
Oh. Aha.
One hundred gold pieces.
Ooh. Mince pies.
Or your chains will be heavier than mine.
Please, let me go.
Please, speak to me.
Please, spirit, I can no longer bear these memories.
Sir, we are soliciting funds for the indigent and destitute.
Speaking of work, Mr. Scrooge, tomorrow is Christmas,
Spirit, I believe I know this place.
Spirit, I didn't want this to happen.
Spirit, let me out, let me out. I'll... Eh?
Spirit, look out!
Spirit, what are you doing?
Spirit, where are you?
Spirits. Heh.
Suckling Pig
Surely they have more food than that.
Take me home.
Tell me these events can yet be changed.
Tell me, spirit, what's wrong with that kind lad?
Tell me, what will happen to Tiny Tim?
That's your laundry.
The richest man in the cemetery.
Then that means Tim will...
Then you won't have to raise money for them anymore.
Then you would be out of a job.
There, that's better.
There's no hope. I'm doomed.
They won't be poor anymore, will they?
They'll be so surprised.
This is the home of your overworked, underpaid employee, Bob Cratchit.
Tonight you'll be visited by three spirits.
Twenty gold sovereigns. Oh, no.
Two shillings and a halfpenny, sir.
Uh, heh. I was just trying to keep my hands warm, sir.
Uh, with smishmachio... Uh, with...
Uh, you'll see.
Uncle Scrooge.
VVell, I suppose...
Want to eat a distasteful little miser like you?
We must thank Mr. Scrooge.
We're collecting for the poor.
Well said, Master Fred.
Well, bless me. Good morning, gentlemen.
Well, I suppose you're going to have plump goose
Well, I'll be doggone.
Well, it's about time. Haven't got all night, you know.
Well, never mind those two minutes. You may go now.
Well, nobody's perfect.
Well, then, I suggest you give this to the poor and begone.
Well, um, you realize if you give money to the poor,
What a wonderful day.
What, what, what?
What's so merry about it?
What's this world coming to, Cratchit?
What's this?
Where did they go?
Where did...
Which you have long denied your fellow man.
Who are you?
Whoa, oh, oh.
Whose lonely grave is this?
Why did you bring me to this old shack?
Why would the Ghost of Christmas Present, that's me,
Why, I'm the Ghost of Christmas Past.
Why, it's my counting house.
Why, it's old Fezzywig himself. And all of my very dearest friends.
Why, Mr. Scrooge. Uh, merry Christmas.
Why, yours, Ebenezer.