The Ghost of Christmas Future is Pete's Dark Form, accessed through his use of the ghost gem of death. In the 1983 short film Mickey's Christmas Carol, an adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel A Christmas Carol featuring Disney characters, Pete was cast as the Ghost of Christmas Future, who reveals himself by removing his hood and lighting a cigar, which also lights up the engraving on Scrooge's grave, and having only one line ("Why, yours, Ebenezer, the richest man in the cemetery!") and cackles viciously while Scrooge holds on a vine and struggles to escape from his tornment as his coffin open leading to Hell with smoke and flames coming out of it, and down there, never seen, the tormenting dead body of Ebenezer shouts and yells inaudibly, and echoes with only one line ("I'll change...! I'LL CHA-A-ANGE...!!!") as the vine breaks off as he falls in to Hell. This is arguably Pete's darkest role to date.