An Adaptation Of Dickens' Christmas Carol


The Walt Disney Players
Label:  Disneyland (Pink)
Catalog#:  3811
Country:  United States
Format:  12" Gatefold Story Teller LP
Speed:  33 1/3 RPM
Audio:  Stereo
Year:  1975

Record Comments:  This record includes the story of Ebenezer Scrooge in narration and song with sound effects. There are no tracks on the vinyl and both sides play all the way through without breaks. 

The program includes the characters Scrooge McDuck, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Merlin, Daisy Duck, Giant (from Mickey and the Beanstalk,) Minnie Mouse, Morty (Mickey's nephew,) Ferdy (and others) and the Witch (from Snow White.)  All characters are portrayed by Alan Young, Clarence Nash, Alan Dinehart, Walker Edmiston and Janet Waldo.

The storybook is attached to a gatefold cover that includes eleven glossy paper pages.  The record is stored in an inside pocket.

Matrix Number:  #3811-I.D. AD-1075 SIDE1  RE1 / #3811-I.D.-AD. 1075 SIDE2  RE1


Subject Notes:  Disney Christmas records include seasonal-related stories, music and other holiday content.

   Record Contents: 


1. Dickens' Christmas Carol (Part 1)
 - Money -- Scrooge and Mickey
 - This Is The Way Christmas Ought To Be -- Scrooge
 - Being Tight Is Not All Right -- Goofy
 - Under The Mistletoe -- Chorus
2. Mickey's Christmas Carol (Part 2)
 - We Have Love -- Mickey
 - What A Glorious Christmas Morning -- Chorus
 - This Is The Way Christmas Ought To Be (reprise) -- Scrooge and Mickey
 - What A Glorious Christmas Morning (finale) -- Chorus

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