"Ringle, Ringle" is a song featured in Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol. It is initially sung early on as a duet by Ebenezer Scrooge (played by Mr. Magoo) and Bob Cratchit. In the song, Magoo/Scrooge appreciates his coins aesthetically and for the wealth they represent, while Cratchit sings in counterpoint about how cold it is and musically begs Scrooge to spare the expense of a piece of coal to warm him.
At the end of the story, Magoo/Scrooge sings a reprise in which he has learned that the coins are "meant for passing around", as he spends the coins to help the Cratchit family.
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