Mickey's Christmas Carol

1983

Action / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy

9
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 100%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 90%
IMDb Rating 8 10 11054

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Cast

Hal Smith as Jacob Marley's Ghost - Goofy / Collector for the Poor #1
Alan Young as Scrooge - Scrooge McDuck / Begger Dog
Wayne Allwine as Bob Cratchit - Mickey Mouse / Weasel Gravedigger / Begger Dog
Will Ryan as Collector for the Poor #2 / Ghost of Christmas Present
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235.72 MB
1280*714
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
12 hr 25 min
P/S 3 / 13
437.75 MB
1920*1072
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
12 hr 25 min
P/S 0 / 9

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Mister-6 8 / 10

Cute cartoon "Carol"....

You've probably seen every incarnation of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" to come down the pike - Lord knows, if humanity stopped making a new version every season, we'd still have enough to watch one a year for the remainder of man's time on Earth.

But when they star Mickey Mouse, you can forgive just one more.

"Mickey's Christmas Carol" tells the same tale yet again, only this time through the sensibilities of the mouse and his pals (Donald Duck, Jiminy Cricket, Goofy, Minnie Mouse, Daisy Duck, etc.). But how could you leave out the obvious casting of Scrooge McDuck. Want to guess which part HE plays?

As voiced by Disney stalwart Alan Young, Scrooge embodies greed, bitterness and eventual redemption all in one package, and even makes such expected lines as "Bah, HUMBUG" ring true.

If this cartoon has one flaw, it's that it doesn't have the same kind of irreverent spirit and sharp wit that so many of Disney's other movies and cartoon shorts have. Maybe it was a rush job?

Well, it still has the admitted high point of the Ghost of Christmas Present (best known as Willie the Giant from "Mickey and the Beanstalk") stomping through 19th century England and using lamp posts as flashlights and prying roofs off of houses to peek inside and expounding on "Pis-smashio" yogurt.

It still lets the meaning of the season shine through and gives you a warm glow in your heart...and isn't that what cartoons (especially Christmas cartoons) are supposed to do?

Eight stars for Mickey and company - and God bless us, everyone.

Reviewed by masterbrain_27 9 / 10

Worth digging up

Mickey's Christmas Carol is not a full-length movie, which is to it's merit.

As with any adaption of a Christmas Carol, the less seen of annoying Tiny Tim, the better.

Carl Barks' Scrooge McDuck plays Ebenezer Scrooge as various other Disney Characters teach him to be kind and not miserly with the tried and true 3-celebrity ghosts formula.

The true entertainment isn't in the plot but in the nuances of the character behavior, for example, Scrooge's first encounter with the ghost of Jacob Marley.

Since it's a half-hour Christmas special, Mickey's Christmas Carol moves at a rather fast pace, free of songs or other distractions that may bore those with short attention spans.

All in all, I highly recommend this piece of work.

Reviewed by pieter_bond 10 / 10

The one Walt would have been proud of.

This is a true gem. Call it Disney's "It's a Wonderful Life". A short fantastic story by Charles Dickens with a great message for all of us during the holidays. First of all i want to thank the screenwriters who successfully adapted the story into a Disney setting: Mickey Mouse as Bob Cratchit, Jiminy Cricket as one of the Christmas ghosts, etc. Great job ! The drawings are perfect again. These could have been easily made by Disney's Nine Old Men. Look at those houses, the ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. All beautiful ! And above all there is this heartwarming story with some touching scenes. (Tiny Tim's Funeral)

10/10 Truly, the best Disney short and probably the one that Walt would have been proud of.

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