Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas is a 2004 American computer-animated direct-to-video fantasy comedy anthology film produced by DisneyToon Studios and animation production by Blur Studio and Sparx Animation France. It is a sequel to Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas. This feature is presented in five segments Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Goofy, Max, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and Scrooge McDuck in five different segments. Along with the Mickey's PhilharMagic theme park attraction, this production was one of the first to depict the Mickey Mouse characters with 3D computer animation. It is the final direct-to-video film to feature both Wayne Allwine and Alan Young, who both died in different years.

Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas
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DVD cover
Directed byMatthew O'Callaghan
Produced by
  • Pam Marsden
Screenplay by
  • Bill Motz
  • Bob Roth
  • Peggy Holmes
  • Chad Fiveash
  • James Patrick Stoteraux
  • Matthew O'Callaghan
  • Shirley Pierce
  • Jim Peronto
  • Carole Holliday
  • Michael Shipley
  • Jim Bernstein
Story by
  • Peggy Holmes
  • Chad Fiveash
  • James Patrick Stoteraux
  • Theresa Pettengill
  • Carole Holliday
  • Colin Goldman
  • Matthew O'Callaghan
Narrated by
Music by
Edited by
Distributed byWalt Disney Home Entertainment
Release date
  • November¬†9,¬†2004¬†(2004-11-09)
Running time
67 minutes
CountryUnited States



The narrator recites the first 10 words of The Night Before Christmas before saying, "Oh, wait. Different story, but we'll still see a mouse". The narrator announces new tales of giving and loving, and a book opens to show pop-up elves.

"Belles on Ice"Edit

They said it all started on the first segment when Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck, were competing in an ice skating competition. The girls each were joined by their boyfriends, Mickey and Donald, as they prepared to take the ice. Daisy became envious of crowd's reaction to Minnie and attempted to steal the spotlight for herself. Minnie performed several daredevil stunts to regain the spotlight, Daisy summoned the Fantasia Hippos, who become her backup skaters, while her counterpart summoned the Crocodiles from the same film. Fed up, Daisy and Minnie argued and shove each other, putting each other at risk, and then tried pulling dramatic stunts to draw the attention of the crowds as Mickey and Donald watched with worry. When Minnie accidentally slipped on a fallen handbell while landing from a stunt blindfolded, Daisy helped Minnie up feeling sorry for her actions. Minnie also felt the same way, and they performed a grand finale.

"Christmas: Impossible"Edit

The second segment tells the story of Huey, Dewey, and Louie Duck celebrating Christmas Eve at their Uncle Scrooge's mansion in Duckburg. Donald Duck and Daisy Duck also join in the festivities. The boys know that they are on the "naughty list" for sure, so they travel to the North Pole to write their names on Santa's "good list". At Santa's workshop, the trio cause much trouble, such as messing the elves' jobs up, but they and the elves help clean up the mess and save Christmas. Before they leave, they luck into an opportunity to add their names to the "good list"; however, they add Uncle Scrooge's name instead, mindful of the fact that he was never written onto the list either. On Christmas Day, Santa leaves them a note that explains that their actions have caused them to be put on the Good List, too.

"Christmas Maximus"Edit

The third segment's focus is about Max Goof and Goofy celebrating the holidays. A young adult Max brings home his girlfriend Mona to meet Goofy. However, Max is unsure whether or not he wants Mona to meet his dad. Most of the story takes place within the song "Make Me Look Good". Max at first is embarrassed by his dad, who shows baby pictures to Mona and wipes cocoa off Max's face, but after noticing that his scarf is made by him, he realizes that Goofy is always goofy, and that is why he loves him. Max forgets about being embarrassed and decides to join in the fun when the popcorn making machine goes haywire, which causes the house to explode popcorn. Max tries to stop the popcorn from over flowing but the popcorn flows up his sleeves and fills up his jeans and jumped until he can't take the pressure and then they make him fly in the air by the popcorn. Goofy tries to stop it, but he is swung around in the air by the machine. Max, Goofy, and Mona are all pushed up by the popcorn through the chimney and onto the roof. Mona then reveals to have the same kind of teeth like Goofy and Max. Then, they all laugh and make snow angels on the roof.

"Donald's Gift"Edit

The fourth segment focuses on Donald Duck and his Christmas wish of peace and quiet. Daisy Duck and Huey, Dewey, and Louie also appear. As Donald returns home from grocery shopping, he daydreams and misses his bus. He runs to catch after it, but he is slowed down by a series of well-wishers that begin to sing "We Wish You a Merry Christmas". Donald becomes increasingly annoyed by the joyous people, and at home, he is annoyed to hear the same Christmas carols on his radio. When Daisy and his nephews arrive, Donald becomes annoyed that they want to go out so soon after he returned home, but Daisy drags him out. At the mall, Donald grabs a cup of hot chocolate and discovers various objects seeming to play the same Christmas carol; Donald thinks he is in complete peace inside a secret room, where he finds animatronics singing. Donald immediately wrecks them until he notices he's destroying the show at Mousy's that Daisy, Huey, Dewey, and Louie were trying to see. Dewey tricks Donald by having him heartbroken when saying Donald is not their uncle anymore, and Daisy agrees to leave with the boys. Outside in the road, Donald walks alone thinking of all the things he heard about Christmas. He finds Christmas carolers having trouble with singing "We Wish You a Merry Christmas", and he urges to mentor the performers in singing. The other town residents join in to sing along. When Daisy, Huey, Dewey and Louie arrive, Donald apologizes and everyone happily sings the song, eventually Donald, who gets used to it.

"Mickey's Dog-Gone Christmas"Edit

The fifth and final segment stars Mickey as he makes decorations for the Christmas party, which Pluto keeps interrupting. Pluto attempts to put the star on the tree, but when he inadvertently destroys all the decorations, especially knocking down the Christmas tree, an angry Mickey sends Pluto to the doghouse. Pluto then gets upset himself feeling unappreciated and decides to run away from home and finds himself shipped to the North Pole, where the reindeer adopt him. At home, Mickey attempts to reconcile, only to find Pluto missing. Mickey posts several "lost dog" posters and eventually turns to a department store Santa, who turns out to be the real one. Meanwhile, Pluto becomes homesick, and Santa and the reindeer help Pluto to return home. As Mickey's friends arrive, Pluto completes the Christmas tree decorations, and everyone celebrates Pluto's return, even Donald and Daisy Duck, who had just showed up with Huey, Dewey and Louie, Uncle Scrooge, Max, Goofy and Minnie Mouse. Minnie is also entranced by the decorations. The film concludes with a medley of various carols.

Voice castEdit


The film was released on VHS and DVD on November 9, 2004.[1] The film was released in a 2-Movie Collection Blu-ray and DVD with Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas on November 4, 2014.


Joe Leydon of Variety wrote that the film will appeal mostly to parents who wish to distract their children, as children will not realize the novelty value of computer-animated Disney characters.[2] Robert Pardi of TV Guide rated the film 3/5 stars and wrote, "A candy-cane palate and a festive soundtrack bolster this omnibus, which allows Disney favorites a chance to strut some new stuff."[3]


  1. ^ Millheiser, Matthew (2004-11-14). "Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas". DVD Talk. Retrieved 2016-02-04.
  2. ^ Leydon, Joe (2004-12-14). "Review: 'Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas'". Variety. Retrieved 2016-02-04.
  3. ^ Pardi, Robert. "Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas". TV Guide. Retrieved 2016-02-04.

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