When happiness shows up, always give it a comfortable seat.
Come in. Come in and know me better, man.
Speak to her! Why doesn't he speak to her?
Fezziwig. lt's old Fezziwig, alive again.
Are you the spirit whose coming was foretold?
l'm the Ghost of Christmas Past.
l am the Ghost of Christmas Present.
I never eat lunch. And I never wear black gloves.
Good morning, my dear. What a lovely day.
It's I. It's your uncle Scrooge. I've come to dinner.
Mr. Cratchit, a word with you.
I'll send it to Bob Cratchit. He won't know who's it from.
No fog. No mist. Clear, bright, cold. Cold, piping for the blood to dance to.
You will be haunted by three spirits.
l don't hold my hand back when l can get something in it by reaching out.
A toast, children. To Mr. Scrooge, the Founder of the Feast.
It is required of every man that the spirit within him should walk abroad among his fellow men, and travel far and wide. And if that spirit goes not forth in life it is condemned to do so after death.
What reason have you to be merry? What right have you to be merry? You're poor!
He'll be as merry as a graveyard on a wet Sunday.
Yeah, you're another Christmas lunatic like him.
A man that is born of woman hath but a short time to live and is full of misery. He cometh up and is cut down like a flower.
You're quite the powerful speaker, sir. A wonder you don't go into Parliament.
I take it that you gentlemen are new to the district.
You could be a crumb of moldy cheese. An underdone turnip.
Why do spirits walk the Earth? And why do they come to me?
l don't make merry myself at Christmas time and l can't afford to make idle people merry.
If they'd rather die, they'd better do it and decrease the surplus population.
In just one night, he has seen his past, his present, and his future... and they've all come back to haunt him.