Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas

1999 American animated film

Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas is a direct-to-video animated Christmas movie made by Walt Disney Home Video in 1999. The film comprises three separate Christmas themed segments which star characters such as Donald Duck, Goofy, and Mickey Mouse. A sequel, titled Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas, was released in 2004.

Intro

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Narrator: One time a year there's a marvelous 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 rooms are all covered with garlands and wreaths.
The mantle is ready, with stockings beneath.
Lights twinkle and glow and bells brightly chime.
The moment's arrived! It's here! Christmas time.

Stuck on Christmas

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Huey: What a great day.
Louie: We should do it more often.
Dewey: Yeah. Once a week should be enough.
Huey: It'll be another 365 days until we get more Christmas.

Huey: Looks like the end of the line!
Louie: Until tomorrow. When it happens all over again.
Huey: Y-You're right. Y-Yesterday's today, and today is tomorrow, and it's gonna be the same thing, day in and day out, and day in and day out...
Dewey: Hey! What's wrong?
Louie: Get a grip!
Huey: I'm sorry, fellas.
Louie: That's okay. We know how you feel.
Dewey: If I see the same toys again, I'll go out of my mind!
Louie: Yeah, and I eat any more turkey, I'm gonna need new clothes!

A Very Goofy Christmas

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Young Max Goof: Did you know that there are over two billion children in the world?
Goofy: Hmm. No wonder I keep trippin' over roller skates.
Young Max Goof: That means Santa would have to make, like, 800 visits a second, not including bathroom breaks.
Goofy: Well, I guess ol' Santy's been at it so long, he figured out all the shortcuts.

Young Max Goof: Hey, Dad? Santa didn't forget your present, did he?
Goofy: Every year, I always ask for the same thing, and every year, I get it.
Young Max Goof: Really? What's that?
Goofy: Your happiness.
Young Max Goof: Uh-oh.
Goofy: What is it, Max?
Young Max Goof: I got the same thing for you.

Mickey and Minnie's The Gift of the Magi

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Narrator: Now, the last gift may seem rather small, not fancy or 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.

Minnie Mouse: Say, uh, Mickey, why don't you play some music?
Mickey Mouse: I-Isn't it about time we were opening our presents? And, uh, speaking of time - What time is it?
Minnie Mouse: Well, I, um - I think it's time for you to open your gift.
Mickey Mouse: Oh! A case... for my harmonica.
Minnie Mouse: Oh, my! A chain for my... watch. Oh, Mickey, it's beautiful. But I traded my watch to get you that case.
Mickey Mouse: And I traded my harmonica to get a chain for your watch.
Minnie Mouse: Oh, Mickey! I can't believe you gave up what means the most to you for me.
Mickey Mouse: Oh, Minnie. You're all the music I'll ever need.

Narrator: A gift from the heart is cherished and true. A present's the best when loves given too. So in the end, it's love that's the reason that Christmas is more than a gift-giving season. It's a time for our loved ones to show that we care when families and neighbors come together to share. So this Christmas season let us all do our parts to keep Christmas spirit alive in our hearts.

Cast

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Stuck on Christmas

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A Very Goofy Christmas

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Mickey and Minnie's The Gift of the Magi

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