A Christmas Carol–Favourite Animated Adaptations

I thought it would be fun to continue the theme of Christmas. We all know the story of a Christmas carol, or should. Scrooge hates Christmas, he is horrible to his employees and make them work over the holidays and then he is visited by three ghosts: the ghost of Christmas past, the ghost of Christmas present, the ghost of Christmas future. These ghosts show him the error of his ways and he wakes up a changed man. The original story was written by Charles Dickens published in 1843 and has had many film adaptations. Along with adaptations of the original story many different shows have done their own slightly changed versions. Below are my favourite versions of the Christmas classic.

5. Bugs Bunny’s Christmas Carol

Scrooge–Yosemite Sam  |Cratchit–Porky Pig |Three Ghosts–Omitted.|  Tiny Tim–Tweety|  Jacob Marley–Bugs Bunny|

4. A Flinstones Christmas Carol

Scrooge–Fred Flinstones |Cratchit–Bonnie Rubble |Three Ghosts–Wilma,Ernie, Dino| Tiny Tim–Bamm Bamm |Jacob Marbley– Mr. Slate

3. The Muppet Christmas Carol

Scrooge–Michael Caine |Crachit– Kermit |Three Ghosts– Non-Regular Muppets |Tiny Tim– Robin the Frog | Jacob Marley– Staler

2. The Smurf’s A Christmas Carol

|Scrooge–Grouchy Crachit–omitted |Three Ghosts–Smurfette, Briany, Hefty |Tiny Tim–omitted |Jacob Marley–Omitted

1. Mickey’s Christmas Carol

Scrooge–Scrooge McDuck | Critchet–Mickey Mouse |Three Ghosts–Jiminy Cricket, Willie the Giant, Pete| Tiny Tim–Ferdie Fieldmouse| Jacob Marley–Goofy

Honourable Mentions:

Bah Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas

A Witchmas Carol (Sabrina the Animated Series)

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