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Published July 31, 2011
Nice stories well done, with good music, while finding each main character of Disney... Excellent to see at Christmas.
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Published September 11, 2013
An ideal Christmas cartoon to occupy young children impatient for the arrival of December 25th.
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Published on February 8, 2021
A very pleasant moment like every like all the Disney among others for Mickey a good family moment
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Published on April 13, 2020
the film is so cute and touching, perfect for Christmas, sends beautiful messages to children. I highly recommend it .
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Published on December 12, 2020
This film, directed by various animators from Disney and released in 1999, is not too bad. The film consists of three stories, each obviously carrying a rather benevolent message, which is inevitable in a cartoon of this kind, especially when it's Disney during the Christmas period. In short, the first story revolves around sharing during the end of year celebrations, the second is centered on the preservation of one's child's soul once an adult and finally the last is also centered on sharing but more in the anti sense. - capitalism of the term (quite funny coming from Disney). The most successful stories are, finally in my opinion, the first and the last which, even if the plot is ultra-known and revisited thousands of times, are still quite touching, especially during this holiday season end of years. But they are also adapted stories, unlike the second which is a completely original production. It is not missed but I do not find it extraordinary, in particular the first part in the supermarket which frankly does not serve much, except to accumulate the gags a little easy. But this film is also for me a bit of a Proust madeleine from my childhood, especially when he was on the M6 show "Disney Party: Waiting for Christmas" almost every year for a while. on December 24, so I see it today more out of nostalgia than anything else. "Mickey, Once Upon a Time Christmas" is therefore not an essential Christmas film, nor even excellent, but in front of which we pass in any case a pleasant moment!
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Published on June 21, 2022
3 stories, 3 characters for 3 very different situations but both in the chronology of the holidays. From the first or Donald's nephews want Christmas ad infinitum but weariness and continuous repetitions end up letting them know that once a year is more than enough. The father and the son Goofy or one dream of the man in red and the father obsessing over the event, doing a lot, too much or not enough to end in beauty and "all simplicity". Sinister's presence brought the "useful" rude and arrogant tone to the scene. Ending up with Mickey, Minnie and Pluto in a precarious family and wanting each other to offer the best gift, all with the arrogance and capitalist superiority of the respective bosses. 3 intelligent, very dynamic stories, playing with sincerity and totally immersing us in all the possible but so realistic Christmas clichés, with of course, the common moral that suits us so well at each end.
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Published July 5, 2016
I'm going back to Disney for this summer after the few (beautiful) discoveries of last summer. To get off to a good start, nothing better than "Mickey, Once Upon a Time Christmas", a charming children's story around the 3 main protagonists of the Disney universe: Mickey, Goofy and Donald. Each having its own story around Christmas, the review will be articulated around 3 axes: the very first story takes the same features as a "Jour sans fin" with Bill Murray where Donald's nephews wish to live eternally on the day of Christmas until exhaustion. Full of gags, sympathetic secondary characters but also a real melodramatic touch, this story is a pure success. The second tells the story of the belief around Santa Claus that Max, Goofy's nephew, will quickly question. This tale is much more mature and more dramatic with Pat Hibulaire as an excellent cantankerous neighbor. If the first part in the supermarket is disappointing, the second around the desire to share its Christmas meal with families in need or waiting for Santa Claus raises the level. Finally, the third and last story with Mickey is probably the least successful. If the charm operates and the message conveyed is necessary for the children, the story is not as dramatic or funny as the first ones. If this film is complicated for me to rate it, in particular because it rocked my childhood, I highly recommend it for the end-of-year celebrations to your children who will find tears, laughter and emotions perfect for reuniting the whole family after a delicious meal. A touch of nostalgia from my childhood!
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Published January 13, 2010
An excellent cartoon, very pleasant to watch on Christmas Eve or during the holidays. Very beautiful little stories, where we find all the most famous and endearing Disney characters, all to music, and always with beautiful morals. To see, for young and old!!!
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Published on December 18, 2022
In the first story, we follow Huey, Dewey, Louie, Donald, Daisy and company with the little ones who are very excited to celebrate Christmas. The message we are given is to enjoy the important moments because they are precious. To relive them would take away their flavor. In the second story, we follow Goofy and Max who would like to meet Santa Claus. Their complicity is always so beautiful to see. The important thing is to offer and not just to receive and this is the message of this story. As for the third story, we follow Mickey, Minnie and Pluto who show us that love is more important than gifts. The magic of Christmas is indeed present with the letter to Santa Claus, Christmas carols, the joy of opening presents, the turkey, the Christmas tree,... This Disney is childish but cute and very enjoyable to watch during the end of year celebrations.
Published February 3, 2013
This movie is superb! 1 hour of laughter, relaxation, in front of the famous Disney characters. I adore !
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Published on December 15, 2020
While waiting for Christmas, I revise my classics by watching some Christmas movies with this nice Disney movie that teaches us a lot about what the Christmas spirit is in general. I recommend it for young and old with lots of laughter, nostalgia but also emotion because I have often been moved by the magic of Christmas. The soundtrack is also good, especially the end song which marked me a lot when I was little...
Published September 20, 2018
“We wish you a Merry Christmas! We wish you a Merry Christmas! We wish you…” There is probably a little too much “We wish you a Merry Christmas” in this film, but that is also what makes it so charming. If you don't like Christmas, this isn't the movie for you. I love the end of year celebrations, and I love this film, full of magic and good feelings. After viewing, we would already like to be at Christmas. Regarding the qualities of the film: the animation is neat, the stories are nice, without shining by their originality. I really like the last painting with Mickey and Minie, its message of personal concession by love alone sums up the magic of Christmas. The music and the songs are the big flaw of the film. Christmas carols will, in fact, tend to hit us on the system (especially in the first table, which takes up the context of the film “The Endless Day”). I still prefer the aura of the film "Mickey's Christmas", which is much more poetic and magical. I still suggest you watch this film during the holidays, you won't regret it.
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Description. Disney's biggest stars shine in a magical, heartwarming movie sure to become a holiday classic! Mickey, Minnie, and their famous friends Goofy, Donald, Daisy, and Pluto gather to reminisce about love, magic, and surprises in three wonder-filled stories of Christmas past.What does Max want in Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas? ›
Back at home, Max reveals to his dad that he wants a snowboard for Christmas and hopes Santa will bring it, but their neighbor Pete insists that Santa does not exist.How many stories are in Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas? ›
Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald, Daisy and Pluto gather together to reminisce about love, magic and surprises in three wonder filled stories of Christmas past.What stories are in Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas? ›
- 1.1 Belles on Ice.
- 1.2 Christmas: Impossible.
- 1.3 Christmas Maximus.
- 1.4 Donald's Gift.
- 1.5 Mickey's Dog-Gone Christmas.
As reported by News 5 Cleveland in 2015, Mrs. Parker's portrayer Melinda Dillon's shocked shrieks as the duck is served and proceeds to get its head chopped off were entirely genuine. The actor was purposely given the wrong script in order for her reactions to be authentic during the scene.What role is played by Mickey Mouse in the Disney film A Christmas Carol? ›
His overworked and underpaid employee, Bob Cratchit (Mickey Mouse), who Scrooge pays just a little extra to do his laundry, requests to have half of Christmas Day off, to which Scrooge reluctantly accepts on the condition that Cratchit is docked half a day's pay. Scrooge continues his business and goes home.Who is the aunt in Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas? ›
Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas (Video 1999) - Tress MacNeille as Chip, Daisy, Aunt Gurtie - IMDb.Who is the eccentric lady from Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas? ›
Pat Musick is the voice of Eccentric Lady in Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas.Why was Mickey's name changed? ›
Walt Disney named his first iteration of the character Mortimer Mouse. However, at the urging of Lillian Disney, his wife, the character was renamed Mickey Mouse; reportedly, Lillian disliked the name Mortimer for the mouse and suggested Mickey.How long is the movie Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas? ›
Francisco Colmenero reprises his role as the narrator as with most Disney-related productions.How long is Mickey's Christmas? ›
On event nights, Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party begins at 7 p.m. and lasts until midnight. Ticket holders may enter the park on their party ticket as early as 4 p.m., and entry at the tapstiles will close to those without party tickets at 6 p.m.
Later, in Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas, Max is seen with yet another a girl named Mona, whom he brings home for Christmas to meet his father and attempts to impress her while trying not to be embarrassed by his father's goofiness.What characters will be at Mickey's Christmas party? ›
- Minnie Mouse.
- Donald Duck.
- Daisy Duck.
- Santa Goofy (Disney Junior Jingle Jam)
- Timon (Disney Junior Jingle Jam)
- Doc McStuffins (Disney Junior Jingle Jam)
- Scrooge McDuck.
Ian Petrella (Randy), Zack Ward (Scut Farkus), Scott Schwartz (Flick) and R.D. Robb are all set to return as their characters Randy, Scut Farkus, Flick, and Schwartz from the original film. It has already been announced that Peter Billingsley will reprise his acclaimed role of Ralphie.What kind of animation is Mickey Saves Christmas? ›
Stop-motion versions of Mickey and his pals are featured in the new special "MIckey Saves Christmas."Who are the characters in Mickey's Christmas Carol? ›
Mickey's Christmas Carol (film) Mickey Mouse cartoon featurette, premiere in England on October 20, 1983; U.S. release on December 16, 1983. Directed by Burny Mattinson. 25 min.