Ebeneezer is a miserly old man who hates Christmas ever since his best friend and business partner Jacob Marley passed away on Christmas night. He is greedy with his large amounts of money and doesn't pay his worker Bob Cratchit enough. Bob Cratchit and his family are in need of more money.
I hope Mr. Scrooge is hungry, because I'll give him a taste of my mind!
Late one night, Scrooge is visited by the ghost of Jacob Marley that warns him that if Scrooge continues to be greedy and disrespectful, then he will end up in chains like him when he dies. He warns him that he will be haunted by three other ghosts.
The Ghost of Christmas Past brings Scrooge to his past where he sees young Ebeneezer propose to Belle. The spirit shows him what his past life was like and how he cannot change it.
The Ghost of Christmas Present brings Scrooge to the house of Bob Cratchit and his poor family. Scrooge sees that they have a weak and ill little boy named Tiny Tim who might not make it.
The Ghost of Christmas Yet -To- Come brings Scrooge to a cemetery where Bob Cratchit and his wife are sitting crying at Tiny Tim's headstone. Scrooge realizes what his greed could cause and becomes a better man
Scrooge awakes to Christmas morning as a very different man. He feels so happy and generous that he gives the Cratchits plenty of money and food for the holiday. He surprises everyone and spreads Christmas cheer as a different Ebeneezer Scrooge.