The weather outside is about to get frightening, so spike the eggnog and don your ugly (or nerdy if you prefer) Christmas sweater, and get ready to take a trip down memory lane. It’s Christmas season and the cheer is in the air! Can you stand to hear Jingle Bell Rock at the mall just one more time? How about six more times? We know you can do it, cause once you get home you can unwind with your favorite Christmas flicks – and we know the best part of Christmas is all of the movies!
A Christmas Carol is about as classic as it gets, and a Christmas without Ebenezer Scrooge is a Christmas not worth having – and don’t we all know at least one real-life Scrooge who can use an attitude adjustment? Below we have a list of every time Scrooge will grace your television screen with his presence. And if you’re more of a streamer, we got your options covered too!
Just because you clipped the cord and no longer remain a slave to cable TV, doesn’t mean you don’t deserve the joy of Scrooge’s miserable, miserly ways. Christmas past, present, and future is meant for everybody and we’ve got your streaming options on tap.
Here’s how to stream Disney’s A Christmas Carol right now:
How to Stream A Christmas Carol on Disney Plus
With Disney Plus launching on November 12th, you can now stream A Christmas Carol right on Disney Plus.
- Sign Up for Disney+
- Go to your device’s app store
- Search for Disney Plus
- Download/Install the App
- Open the App
- Log in with your Credentials
- Click the Search Button
- Type in ‘A Christmas Carol’
- Tap on A Christmas Carol
- Tap the Play Button
Congrats — you’re now watching A Christmas Carol on Disney Plus. You can also download it to your device for later!
1 Amazon Prime Video
You can stream A Christmas Carol on Amazon for $3.99, or own it digitally, for $17.99.
2 Google Play
You can buy A Christmas Carol digitally online via Google Play for $9.99.
You can stream A Christmas Carol on iTunes for $2.99, or secure your own digital copy for $17.99.
Vudu gives you the option to rent A Christmas Carol for $3.99 or own it for $9.99.
You can stream A Christmas Carol from YouTube for $9.99.
Is A Christmas Carol on Netflix?
Unfortunately, A Christmas Carol is not available to stream on Netflix.
Is Disney’s A Christmas Carol on TV This Year?
No, as of right now, Disney’s A Christmas Carol with Jim Carrey isn’t scheduled to be on TV. However, you can stay tuned to our epic compendium of the Christmas movies on TV for updates.
What is A Christmas Carol About, Exactly?
Third time’s a charm for Disney’s latest retelling of the Charles Dickens’ classic 1843 novella. This time Disney tapped Back to the Future director Robert Zemeckis to run the show –the perfect pick considering his experience with the past, present, and future!
It’s Christmas Eve and greedy Ebenezer Scrooge isn’t in the mood. He rejects his nephew’s invite to Christmas dinner, refuses to donate to charity, and becomes irate when his employee asks for Christmas day off – through he relents and begrudgingly grants him his request.
That night Scrooge receives a visit from the ghost of his old business partner, Jacob Marley, who warns him that if he doesn’t mend his ways he’ll end up locked in chains in the afterlife – much like Marley has. Marley lets Scrooge know that he’ll be visited by three spirits that night to help him change his ways – the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future. They’ll take Scrooge for quite a ride through his childhood, his coworker’s merry Christmas dinner, and a bleak future yet to come if things remain as they are.
Will Ebenezer Scrooge see the light? Will he change his miserly ways? We have a feeling you know how the story ends, but we won’t spoil it for you!
Four Jim Carreys!?
While Jim Carrey may be known for being somewhat of a recluse these days, he took on four roles in A Christmas Carol. Not only does he voice the miserable Ebenezer Scrooge (in all his incarnations), he also plays the roles of the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future.
A Christmas Carol Trailer
More About A Christmas Carol
Roger Ebert granted the film a four out of four stars in the Chicago Sun-Times. It opened at #1 at close to 4000 theaters and topped the box office charts twice in the UK – when it first opened, and again five weeks later. It was made using the process of motion capture and is the first of only two features produced by ImageMovers Digital – which closed up shop in 2011.