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Photo by Gene Duncan.
For the 2009 Christmas season, Disney has installed into the Magic Kingdom’s Emporium windows along Main Street U.S.A. the long out-of-view animated window displays based on the holiday favorite, “Mickey’s Christmas Carol.”
Six scenes tell the classic story of Mickey Mouse as Bob Cratchit and Scrooge McDuck as Ebenezer Scrooge. These scenes were originally on display at the old Disney Village, now Downtown Disney.
Fans of the animated short are sure to enjoy this video tour of the displays: