THEN: An established film and television star best-known for playing Wilbur on the talking horse sitcom 'Mister Ed,' Alan Young took over the role of Ebenezer Scrooge from Bill Thompson for 'Mickey's Christmas Carol.' From there he went on to reprise the role for the 'Ducktales' cartoon series and its spin-off movie.

NOW: At 93-years-old, Young is essentially retired, though he surfaces now and again to attend fan conventions like Cinecon and the Hollywood Collector's Show, and still lends his voice to Scrooge for straight-to-DVD movies and video games.