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Tiny Tim (Character)
from The Right to Be Happy (1916)

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Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983)
Scrooge: Merry Christmas, Bob.
Tiny Tim: And God bless us, everyone.

Tiny Tim: Oh my! Look at all the wonderful things to eat! We must thank Mister Scrooge.

Cratchit: Why, Mr. Scrooge, Merry Christmas.
[Scrooge barges in]
Cratchit: Won't you come in?
Scrooge: Merry Christmas? Humph! I have another bundle for you.
Cratchit: But sir, it's Christmas Day.
Scrooge: Christmas Day, indeed! Just another excuse for being lazy. And another thing, Cratchit: I've had enough of this 'half-day off' stuff! You leave me no alternative...
[changing his attitude]
Scrooge: ...but to give you...
Tiny Tim: [sees the contents of the now open bag] Toys!
Scrooge: Yes, toys. No no no no no no no!
[lovingly]
Scrooge: I'm giving you a raise... and making you my partner.


A Christmas Carol (1984) (TV)
Tiny Tim: God bless us, everyone.

Tiny Tim: [outside Scrooge's office] Merry Christmas, Mister Scrooge.
Ebenezer Scrooge: Don't beg on this corner, boy.
Tiny Tim: I'm not begging, Sir. I'm Tim Cratchit. I'm waiting for my father.
Ebenezer Scrooge: Tim Cratchit, eh? Well you'll have a long wait, then, won't you?
[he walks off]
Tiny Tim: Merry Christmas, Sir!
Ebenezer Scrooge: Humbug.


A Christmas Carol (1951)
Tiny Tim: God bless us, every one!


A Christmas Carol (1999) (TV)
[last lines]
Tiny Tim: God bless us, every one!


The Stingiest Man in Town (1978) (TV)
Martha Cratchit: [singing] There is a spirit in the world of generosity/ That brings good things to all of us, whoever we may be/ So I believe in Santa Claus, for it can't be denied/ That he is generosity personified/ Yes, there is a Santa Claus for children everywhere/ Though you may watch the chimney tops and never see him there/ People say his magic sleigh flies in the sky above/ But you might find it anywhere you find unselfish love/ Oh, yes, he really does exist/ And Santa Claus will live/ As long as hearts can realize/ How good it feels to give/ So when you are feeling blue/ Keep up your hopes, because/ If there is kindness in this world/ There is a Santa Claus/
Martha Cratchit, Tiny Tim: [singing] Yes, there is a Santa Claus/


Scrooge (1970)
[In front of a toy store window]
Bob Cratchit: Well, my loves, which one do you like best, eh?
Kathy Cratchit: I like the dolly in the corner.
Tiny Tim: I like all of them.
Bob Cratchit: Good boy? And why not one in particular?
Tiny Tim: Well... you said I can't have none of them, so I might as well like them all.