Mickey's Christmas Carol

Continuity mistake: When Scrooge walks into the Cratchit home at the end, there is a "Home Sweet Home" plaque on the wall. The shot then cuts away from it. The next time the plaque is visible, its lettering has changed.

Continuity mistake: When Scrooge wakes on Christmas morning, he puts his foot through his hat. It has a huge hole in the top when he leaves home, but when he puts it on Tiny Tim's head, it's undamaged.

Continuity mistake: When Jiminy Cricket (The Ghost of Christmas Past) jumps on to Scrooge's bedside table, the time on the alarm clock reads 2:00. In the next shot, when the curtains move and Scrooge hears the dinging, the time reads 1:00, and when we return to Jiminy Cricket in the next shot, the time reads 2:00.

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Trivia: Minnie Mouse doesn't have a single line of dialogue in the film.


Marley: Ebenezer? Remember when I was alive I robbed from widows and swindled the poor?
Scrooge: Yes, and all in the same day. Oh, you had class, Jacob.
Marley: Ha-yuk, yup... Er, no, no! I was wrong. And so, as punishment, I'm forced to carry these heavy chains for eternity! Maybe even longer.

Belle: Ebeneezer?
Scrooge: Yes, Isabelle?
Belle: My eyes are closed, my lips are puckered, and I'm standing under the mistletoe.
Scrooge: You're also standing on my foot.

Scrooge: Bah humbug.

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