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Walt Disney's famous characters take part in this animated adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic tale, A Christmas Carol.
Why Is Mickey’s Christmas Carol Rated G?
Mickey’s Christmas Carol is rated G
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These animated stories contain some scary moments for very young viewers. Scrooge is nervous about his meetings with the ghosts. He falls on stairs and has mean-spirited encounters with others. He is frightened while flying through air. In one scene, fire and flames appear to be licking at Scrooge. Some characters, including one of the ghosts and a pair of gravediggers, are shown smoking. On Christmas morning, Scrooge drops money into a man’s underwear. In The Small One, a man is shown with a large knife in a dark cave. He threatens to kill the donkey for his hide. Men scuffle over money. A man is bucked off an animal and kicked.
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Young children may also enjoy other collections of holiday films in The Tangerine Bear: Home in Time for Christmas and Jingle Bells/O Christmas Tree/We Wish You a Merry Christmas. Finally kids can get a fill of their vegetables along with some Christmas fun in the Veggie Tale’s movie The Star of Christmas.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Home Video Notes: Mickey’s Christmas Carol 30th Anniversary - Special Edition
Release Date: 5 November 2013
Mickey’s Christmas Carol releases to home video in a 30th Anniversary - Special Edition (Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy).
DVD Video Notes: Mickey’s Christmas Carol
Release Date: September 29, 2009
Disney Animation Collection 7: Mickey’s Christmas Carol (originally released in 1993) is being re-released. This DVD also includes three other stories, Pluto’s Christmas Tree (1952), The Small One (1978) and Santa’s Workshop (1932).