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Encyclopedia > Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas
Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas
Directed by Alex Mann
Written by Richard Cray
Starring Wayne Allwine
Tony Anselmo
Bill Farmer
Music by J. Eric Schmidt
Distributed by Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Release date(s) December 7, 1999
Running time 70 min
Country USA
Language English
IMDb profile

Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas is an animated Christmas made directly for video by The Walt Disney Company in 1999. It is split up into three segments, this is a refernce to Once Upon a Time. Richard Cray began singing when he was nine years old. ... Wayne Anthony Allwine (born February 7, 1947 in Los Angeles, California) is an American voice actor, a sound effects editor and foley artist for Walt Disney Studios and the current voice behind Mickey Mouse, a role he assumed from Jimmy MacDonald. ... Tony Anselmo is an animator and cartoon voice actor, and since 1985, the voice of Donald Duck. ... Bill Farmer (born 1949) is an American voice actor and comedian. ... The Buena Vista Motion Pictures Group is a collection of affiliated motion picture studios, all subsidiaries of The Walt Disney Company. ... is the 341st day of the year (342nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Events of 2008: (EMILY) Me Lesley and MIley are going to China! This article is about the year. ... The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ... Traditional animation, also referred to as classical animation, cel animation, or hand-drawn animation, is the oldest and historically the most popular form of animation. ... For other uses, see Christmas (disambiguation). ...

Contents

Segments

Huey, Dewey and Louie wake up on Christmas morning and open up their presents even though they are supposed to wait for Daisy, Uncle Scrooge, and Aunt Gertie. After they took they're new sleds from Uncle Donald (not reading the card) and go sledding, have Christmas dinner and sing carols, it was time for the boys to go to bed. The boys then wish that it would be Christmas every day. Their wish was granted and at first the three were joyful. After a few days later, they began to get sick of Christmas so they then decide to change the day including swapping a live turkey with the cooked one. The Christmas turned out to be a bad Christmas. After learning how hard their family had tried to make Christmas better for them, the boys become guilty for their pranks. The then decided to make amends and make the next day the best Christmas day ever. thus ending the time loop. Donald Duck is an animated cartoon and comic-book character from Walt Disney Productions. ... Huey, Dewey and Louie Duck are a trio of fictional ducks who appear in animated cartoons and comic books published by the Walt Disney Company. ... A time loop is a common plot device in science fiction (especially in universes where time travel is commonplace) in which time runs normally for a set period (usually a day or a few hours) but then skips back like a broken record. ...

  • Goofy in Have Yourself a Goofy Christmas

Goofy and Max were mailing out a letter to Santa. However as soon as they get home, Pete tells Max that Santa doesn't exist. Things get worse when Goofy poses as a Santa for some kids and Max finds out that he tricked him. Goofy is determined to prove to Max that Santa does exist and even stays up all Christmas Eve to keep an eye out for him. But after falling off the roof, Goofy has given up hope of Santa coming. Max does everything that Goofy did to make Goofy happy including posing as Santa. This episode in Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas chronologically precedes the cartoon series, Goof Troop. This article is about the Disney character. ... Maximilian Max Goof is a fictional character who is the teenage son of the popular Disney character Goofy. ... Black Pete (also known by countless other names, including Peg-Leg Pete and, simply, Pete) is a fictional character from the Walt Disney Company stables. ... Pete laughing at Goofy. ...

Mickey wants to get Minnie a gold chain for her one heirloom, her watch so he works at Crazy Pete's. Minnie wants to give Mickey something special so she works hard to get her special bonus. However, Pete takes all of Mickey's money and Minnie's bonus is nothing but fruit cake. After playing for a toy drive, Mickey has the idea that he can trade his harmonica for the chain. Back at Minnie's house, Mickey gives her the chain for her watch and Minnie gives him a case for his harmonica. Of course, the irony is that Minnie no longer has her watch -- just as Mickey no longer has his harmonica -- so the gifts are essentially useless. As in the classic "GIFT OF THE MAGI" upon which this adaptation -- penned by Richard Cray -- is based, the thought behind each gift is what counts. Mickey Mouse is an Academy Award-winning comic animal cartoon character who has become an icon for The Walt Disney Company. ... Minnie redirects here. ... Fruitcake is a heavy cake made of dried or candied fruits and nuts that are soaked in brandy or rum, often used in the celebration of weddings and Christmas. ...


Appearing characters

Mickey Mouse is an Academy Award-winning comic animal cartoon character who has become an icon for The Walt Disney Company. ... Minnie redirects here. ... Pluto (also known as Pluto the Pup) is an animated cartoon made famous in a series of Disney short cartoons. ... Figaro is a fictional character who first appeared in Disneys Pinocchio. ... This article is about the Disney character. ... Maximilian Max Goof is a fictional character who is the teenage son of the popular Disney character Goofy. ... Donald Duck is an animated cartoon and comic-book character from Walt Disney Productions. ... Daisy Duck one of Walt Disneys cartoon and comic book characters. ... Huey, Dewey and Louie Duck are a trio of fictional ducks who appear in animated cartoons and comic books published by the Walt Disney Company. ... Scrooge McDuck or Uncle Scrooge is a fictional Scottish-born Glaswegian[1]anthropomorphic duck created by Carl Barks that first appeared in Four Color Comics #178, Christmas on Bear Mountain, published by Dell Comics in December, 1947. ... Chip and Dale emerging from a pile of peanuts, from Chip n Dale Rescue Rangers Chip n Dale are two fictional, animated chipmunks created by The Walt Disney Company. ... Clarabelle Cow is a cartoon character from the Mickey Mouse universe. ... Horace Horsecollar is a fictional character created by Ub Iwerks for Walt Disney. ... Pete (also known by countless other names, including Peg-Leg Pete and Black Pete) is a fictional character from the Walt Disney Company stables. ... Mortimer Mouse is a fictional character created by Floyd Gottfredson for The Walt Disney Company. ...

Trivia

  • The characters in the story sing songs that they sing in the ending. For example, Donald and friends gathered around the Christmas tree and sing We Wish You a Merry Christmas at the end. Goofy sings Deck the Halls while thinking of what to put on his list and Mickey played Jingle Bells on his harmonica.
  • In Stuck on Christmas, everyone except Huey, Dewey and Louie are unaware of the time loop.
  • In The Gift of Magi, Mortimer calls Minnie: Jennie, Penny, and Winnie.
  • In Stuck on Christmas, Daisy made turkey for Christmas dinner every time, but after the worst Christmas, she starts making ham.
  • The first ending song, "Deck the Halls" was sung by SHeDAISY.
  • In The Gift of Magi, Mortimer, the store and the manager of the store, is named after the original name for Mickey.
  • In Stuck on Christmas, Daisy Duck is voiced by Tress MacNeille, but in The Gift of Magi, she is voiced by Diane Michelle.

Image File history File links Broom_icon. ... Deck the Halls is a secular Christmas carol. ... SHeDAISY is an American country music group composed of three Osborn sisters: Kristyn Robyn (b. ... Tress MacNeille (born June 20, 1951) is an American voice actress best known for providing various voices on the animated television shows The Simpsons, Futurama, and Animaniacs. ...

Quotes

From Stuck on Christmas

  • Daisy: Merry Christmas everybody!

Uncle Scrooge: Merry Christmas indeed! Aunt Gertie: Where are my boys? Where are my kisses?

  • Louie: Boy, those guys sure like that choo-choo.
  • Aunt Gertie: Oh, I could just eat you up!

(smothers them with kisses) Dewey: We should have seen that coming.

  • Donald: Boys! Where are your manners!

Huey: burp Dewey: burp Louie: burp

  • Aunt Gertie: Where are my boys? Where are my kisses?

(arrives in scuba suits) Dewey and Huey: Right here, Aunt Gertie...

  • Daisy: Isn't this lovely. All of us gathered around for a wonderful meal. I think this is my favorite part of Christmas.

(takes top off and live turkey comes out) Aunt Gertie: (screams) Turkey!

  • Louie: Nothing like us gathering together.

Dewey: For a wonderful meal. Huey: It's our favorite part. Turkey: Gobble, gobble, gobble! Daisy: My feelings exactly.

  • Dewey: The day after Christmas!

Donald: Aw I understand, boys. You wish it could be Christmas every day. Huey, Dewey, and Louie: Noooooooo!


From A Goofy Christmas

  • Woman: Do you have anything bigger, I have an empty space right here.

(giant ornament rolls in) Oooh! I'll take it!

  • Man: Hey! There's a mad man on the ornament!
  • Goofy: Say, looks like we have some more work to do or Santa will never find our chimneyyyyy!
  • Pete: An old guy, in a red suit, cruising the whole world in one night, using reindeer to fly, why it's practically impossible!
  • Max: Did you know that there are 2,000,000,000 children in the world?

Goofy:Hmmm, No wonder I keep tripping over roller skates.

  • Goofy: Oh, you better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I'm telling you why, Santee Claus is coming to town.

Max: No he's not!

  • Goofy: And then, I'll snap a picture of him so you'll have the photey-graphic evidence.

Max: Yeah, if you don't fall off the roof first.

  • Goofy: But I thought you be taller.

(Max stands up straight and pillow slips down) And you look trimmer than you do in yout pictures. Max: Well, you know, uh, camera adds 50 pounds.


From Gift of the Magi

  • Little boy: (looking at 10-foot tree) Wow. It's bigger than our house.
  • Mickey: Merry Christmas, Mr. Crazy Pete.

Pete: Ah Merry, shmerry. I'll be merry when I sell all those 10-footers!

  • Little girl: We are going to get a tree, aren't we daddy?
  • Pete: Not my 10-footers!
  • Mortimer: Penny.

Minnie: That's Minnie. Mortimer: Whatever.

  • Firefighter: Uh, Chief, looks like the toy drives a big, fat, bust.
  • Firefighter: Do you think the band will ever show up?

Firefighter: I don't know. Their putting out a fire at Crazy Pete's tree lot. Went up like a Roman candle.

  • Minnie: Want some fruit cake? (laughs)

See also


  Results from FactBites:
 
Community Services :: Movie Reviews (278 words)
This sequel to Mickeys Once Upon a Christmas marks the return of Mickey Mouse and friends in a film about discovering the true joys of Christmas.
And in "Mickeys Dog-Gone Christmas, Mickey and Pluto struggle to remember that loving relationships are more important than perfect Christmas trees or parties.
Unfortunately, the stories are not quite as strong as past Mickey films, and the morals are pedantic.
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