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GOOFY AS JACOB MARLEY'S GHOST: Scrooge.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Jacob Marley? No, that can't be.
JACOB MARLEY'S GHOST: Ow. Gosh.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Bah.
JACOB MARLEY'S GHOST: Ebenezer Scrooge!
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Go away.
JACOB MARLEY'S GHOST: Ebenezer Scrooge! Gosh, kind of slippery. Scrooge, don't you recognize me?
I was your partner, Jacob Marley.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Marley, it is you?
JACOB MARLEY'S GHOST: Ebenezer, remember when I was alive, I robbed the widows and swindled the poor?
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Yes, and all in the same day. You had class, Jacob.
JACOB MARLEY'S GHOST: Yup. No, no. I was wrong. And so as punishment, I'm forced to carry these heavy chains through eternity. Maybe even longer. There's no hope. I'm doomed. Doomed. And the same thing will happen to you, Ebenezer Scrooge.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: No. No, it can't. It mustn't. Help me, Jacob.
JACOB MARLEY'S GHOST: Tonight you'll be visited by three spirits. Listen to them, do what they say or your chains will be heavier than mine. Farewell, Ebenezer. Farewell.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Marley, watch out for that first step.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Spirits. Humbug. What, what, what?
JIMINY CRICKET AS GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST: Ahem.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: What?
GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST: Well, it's about time. Haven't got all night, you know.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Who... Who are you?
GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST: Why, I'm the Ghost of Christmas Past.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: I thought you'd be taller.
GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST: Listen, Scrooge, if men were measured by kindness, you'd be no bigger than a speck of dust.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Kindness is of little use in this world. GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST: You didn't always think so. Come on, Scrooge, it's time to go.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Then go. Spirit, what are you doing?
GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST: We're gonna visit your past.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: I'm not going out there. I'll fall.
GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST: Just hold on. Not too tight now.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Spirit, look out!
GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST: What's wrong, Scrooge? I thought you enjoyed looking down on the world.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Spirit, I believe I know this place. Yes, it's old Fezzywig's. I couldn't have worked for a kinder man. Why, it's old Fezzywig himself. And all of my very dearest friends. And that shy lad in the corner, that's me.
GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST: Yes, that was before you became a miserable miser consumed by greed.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Well, nobody's perfect. And there, there's lovely Isabel.
DAISY AS ISABELLE: Ebenezer! Ebenezer!
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Yes, Isabelle?
ISABELLE: My eyes are closed, my lips are puckered, and I'm standing under the mistletoe. YOUNG SCROOGE MCDUCK: You're also standing on my foot.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: I remember how much I was in love with her.
GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST: In ten years' time, you learned to love something else.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Why, it's my counting house.
YOUNG SCROOGE MCDUCK: Nine thousand nine hundred and seventy-two. Nine thousand...
YOUNG SCROOGE MCDUCK: Yes? What is it?
ISABELLE: For years, I've had this honeymoon cottage, Ebenezer. I've been waiting for you to keep your promise to marry me. Now I must know, have you made your decision?
YOUNG SCROOGE MCDUCK: I have. Your last payment on the cottage was an hour late. I'm foreclosing the mortgage.
GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST: You loved your gold more than that precious creature. And you lost her forever.
YOUNG SCROOGE MCDUCK: Nine thousand nine hundred and seventy three.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Please, spirit, I can no longer bear these memories. Take me home.
GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST: Remember, Scrooge, you fashioned these memories yourself. NOTE: To watch the pictures in high resolution, click on them
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Mickey & Minnie's Gift of the Magi (not fancy, flashy or special at all but this gift can be given by the rich or the poor, it's a gift of the heart, and it means so much more)
Belles on Ice (two best friends were fighting the show was a flop but when they danced together, they came out on top)
A Very Goofy Christmas (this Christmas they'll learn before the night's through, if we care for each other, our dreams can come true.)
Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas (One time a year, there's a marvellous night, when enchantment and wonder spark and take flight. Each home fills with joy on this grand holiday, with hearts growing warm in a magical way)
The Prince and the Pauper (1990) (For many years, England was ruled by a wise and good king and the people flourished and were very happyEngland was ruled by a wise and good king and the people flourished and were very happy. But by and by, the good king became ill. And a darkness fell over the countryside)
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Nobody Else But You (there are times you drive me shall we say bananas and your mind is missin' no offence, a screw)
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Mickey's Dog-Gone Christmas (Mickey learned what he'd missed from the start: bells and holly mean little without friends in your heart)
Christmas: Impossible (Huey, Dewey and Louie started out selfish those rascally brothers but made Christmas magic by thinking of others)
Watch other parts of movie
Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983)
2 The Ghost of The Past
The Spirits of Present and Future