Mickey's Christmas Carol

Mickey's Christmas Carol

By Burny Mattinson

  • Genre: Kids & Family
  • Release Date: 1983-12-16
  • Advisory Rating: G
  • Runtime: 0h 58min
  • Director: Burny Mattinson
  • Production Company: Walt Disney Pictures
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 2.99
From 350 Ratings


Make the season merry with Mickey, Donald, Goofy and all their pals. An all-time Christmas classic gets a fun Disney twist as greedy Scrooge learns to embrace the spirit of the season. Ebenezer Scrooge is far too greedy to understand that Christmas is a time for kindness and generosity, but with the guidance of some new found friends, Scrooge learns to embrace the spirit of the season. Enjoy this timeless tale along with five more holiday-themed shorts.





    By IceSoldier16
    This was a part of my childhood and it was fantastic when I first saw it
  • Look pretty good

    By Audrey parish
    This looks pretty good for little kids and adult for people who want to see the story of Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens but don’t want to see the actual one Also I like how are used Donald duck is Fred and. Via old duck as Ebenezer Scrooge
  • This movie is great

    By KbCheetah
    This movie is great, and fun. I love this movie a lot. I love all the Disney characters. Mickey, Minnie, Donald and all of the Disney characters are my favorite in this movie. This is one of my favorite movies ever.
  • Merry Christmas!

    By TheMartinator
    This is a short film, that is also shown in Micky's Magical Christmas. This came out a few years after The Fox and the Hound.
  • Love this movie 👍🏻👍🏻❄️❄️🌲🌲⛄️☃️🌧

    By MemphisMan30
    This cartoon takes me straight back to childhood & that's priceless, so many memories, sitting by the fire, presents under the tree, snow falling & watching this as the tree flickers & the thought of Santa coming, thank you for adding this movie!!
  • A childhood favorite of my husband and I

    By PharmDr.dlb09
    There are countless versions of this Charles Dickens classic, most of which stay true to the story's 'dark' narrative. It is set in Victorian England, in the mid- to late-1800s (during the Industrial Revolution), a time when the struggle to survive was brutal for nearly everyone, except the few in possession of great wealth. These misers, not only lacked any compassion or empathy for the poor, but continued to take from the as they (men, women, and children) were sick, starving, and dying. Not a story I would normally recommend as appropriate for young children. Dickens wrote an introduction where he refers to his "ghostly little book", ending with: "May it haunt their houses pleasantly, and no one wish to lay it." In a way that only the great minds of Disney can, they took the essential plot points and found a way to convey the moral of the story, in a way that is completely child/family friendly and still entertaining and endearing to adults. From the ghosts that visit Ebenezer in the night to show him the consequences of his many, selfish, and cruel choices in life, including the struggles that the poor, starving family of Scrooger's underpaid, and overworked, employee Mr. Cratchit, has had to endure. The hardest to contemplate is what Cratchit's youngest boy, Tiny Tim who is physically disabled, must endure (and his parents and siblings must witness) who we learn is destined to die, because his body is particularly weak and vulnerable to starvation. It is a unique experience to have watched this as a child and as an adult parent with my young son. I could not have decided to do that as easily without this perspective. As a child, it wasn't the sadness I felt from seeing the starving family and even the anger that little Tiny Tim would die because a selfish old man cared for money over everything and everyone, that I dwelled on or remembered after watching the movie. It was that Scrooge finally saw these people and their lives, and his assumptions about those "beggars" was wrong and realized his actions directly caused the pain and suffering that the Cratchit family (& others like them) endured, not their actions or choices. He wasn't a monster, he was ignorant and stubborn no more and determined to make things right in the best possible ways. I would recommend this movie to people of all ages, but it's parents of young children that I'm writing this for. I have appreciated the reviews I've partially relied on in the past, in addition to knowing my son's sensitivities and understanding.
  • $20 bucks...really?

    By Carioca_87
    Rip-off!! Do not buy!
  • Most people don’t understand

    By Shadow Macho
    A kid under 3 years old has difficult time to stay concentrated in front of a show more than 20 minutes. That is why this show is 20 minutes long. Aimed at Kids 3 and under. Now $20 is a joke I admit. The movie should cost around $10 by Disney standards.
  • Too Greedy is right.

    By Mixntunes
    This is a cute video that I used to have on VHS a long time ago. However, it is not worth paying $20 for a digital download. Disney is gouging as usual. This should be about $10.
  • A Must Watch Every Christmas

    By Elegantone1
    I’ve been watching this film since I was little, when it was broadcast on CBS or whatever channel it was back the mid-1990s. It reminds me of my childhood of course, but this iteration of the classic Ebenezer Scrooge is timeless and will appeal to adults and children. It has depth, perfectly balancing the light and dark of the original story. You won’t go wrong owning this film.