Mrs. Cratchit is a character from the novel A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. She is Bob Cratchit's wife and the mother of Peter, Betina, Belinda, and Tiny Tim Cratchit. She does not think highly of Ebenezer Scrooge and is frankly vocal about her opinion.
|Voiced by Laura Olsher||Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol||1978|
|Voiced by Darlene Conley||The Stingiest Man in Town||1978|
|Petunia Pig||Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol||1979|
|Minnie Mouse||Mickey's Christmas Carol||1983||Just like in An Adaptation of Dickens' Christmas Carol, Performed by The Walt Disney Players, the record album that inspired this special, Minnie portrays the role, matching Mickey's appearance as Bob. Unlike in the original record album, though, Minnie does not speak, as Disney had not yet found a new official voice actor for her at the time the special was made.|
|Miss Piggy (performed by Frank Oz)||The Muppet Christmas Carol||1992||Emily Cratchit (as this version of the character is named) loves her family and is protective of them, although she has a hard time telling Betina and Belinda apart. She affectionately addresses her husband as "Cratchy." She also tests her chestnuts to see if they are done. In general, Emily is a feisty protector of her husband and family, threatening to raise Mr. Scrooge right off the pavement when it appears that he is threatening Bob's job.|
|Betty Rubble (voiced by B.J. Ward)||A Flintstones' Christmas Carol||1994|