A Christmas themed, three-part anthology-style video. The first part, "Donald Duck: Stuck on Christmas", is essentially a retelling ...更多>
Chip: All aboard! Next stop, Waterville! Huey: What a great day. Louie: We should do that more often. Dewey: Yeah. Once a week should be good enough. Huey: It'll be another 364 days until we get more Christmas. Dewey: [after he and his brothers get kissed by Aunt Gertie] Should've seen that one coming! Louie: It looks like the end of the line. Huey: Until tomorrow, when the same thing happens all over again... because yesterday is today, and today is tomorrow, and it'll all be the same day in and day out! Louie: Stop! Get a hold of yourself! Huey: Sorry, fellas. Dewey: We know how you feel. If I see the same presents over and over again, I'll go out of my mind too. Louie: And if I eat any more turkey, I'm gonna need new clothes! Donald Duck: I know how you feel, boys. You wish Christmas was every day. Huey, Dewey & Louie: NO! Goofy: [gets electricuted by the Christmas tree's lights] That'll put the Spirit of Chrismtas in ya! Young Max Goof: Did you know that there are over 2 billion kids in the world? Goofy: No wonder I keep tripping over roller skates. Young Max Goof: That means Santa would have to take about 800 visits a second! Not including bathroom breaks! Goofy: Well, Santy's been so good at it for so long, he figured out all the shortcuts. Goofy: [covered with baking powder] It looks like we're going to have a white Christmas after all! Goofy: [with his head inside a turkey] Mmm, chestnuts. Father: Wow, Mr. Goofy! That was incredible! Girl: It's magic! Goofy: Gawrsh! Christmas magic, I guess. Goofy: Look what I found, Maxie! It's your old stuffed bear! You remember what you named him? Young Max Goof: Old stuffed bear? Goofy: [to Max thinking he's Santa Claus] You sure do look a lot shorter than you do in your pictures... and slimmer too. Young Max Goof:
Oh, you know. Camera adds 50 pounds. Minnie Mouse: Oh, Mickey! When I hear you play that harmonica, my heart sings! Minnie Mouse: Why don't you play some music for us, Mickey? Mickey Mouse: Don't you think you should open your present first? And by the way, what time is it? Minnie Mouse: I think it's time to open your present. [they both open their presents] Mickey Mouse: Oh, uh... a case... for my harmonica. Minnie Mouse: Oh, a chain for my... watch... but I traded my watch to buy you that case. Mickey Mouse: And I traded my harmonica to get you that chain for your watch. Minnie Mouse: Oh, Mickey. I can't believe you gave up what means the most to you! Mickey Mouse: Don't worry, Minnie. You're all the music I'll ever need. Goofy: Maybe I should get one of those neat electric thingies. Nah, don't want to turn into one of those fancy-loving nuts. Goofy: We should slow down before we break the sound barrier! Young Max Goof: What? Goofy: We're heading straight for the mall! Young Max Goof: Low bridge! Goofy: Really? Where? Woman: Don't you have anything bigger? I've got a big empty spot up here! [a giant ornament rolls in] Woman: Oh! I'll take it! Goofy: Of course there's a Santy. Otherwise, we'd have a lot of jobless elves running around. Goofy: A broken clock's right two times a day, and this time, I know I'm right! Young Max Goof: Do you actually know Santa Claus? Poor Boy: He's got a big white beard. [two kids are looking at a 10-foot pine tree] Poor Boy: Wow. Girl: It's bigger than our house. Pete: [has a lit cigar in his back pocket lighting his butt on fire] Mmm, someone's burning their ham. Man: You and that harmonica make a great team. Mickey Mouse: Yep, she's worth her weight in gold alright.