All Dickens, No Cockney Falsetto Tiny Tims.
Here's Stave 3
A half-naked lumberjack shows Scrooge how happy everyone is when they aren't around him. Turns out, he's not universally admired for his great business sense. Then, we meet Ignorance and Want, two children so ugly that nothing nice can be said about them.
Here's Stave 2.
A Shapeshifter invades Scrooges bedroom and shows him his past Christmases. Scrooge gets to see himself turn into a fear-driven miser. THEN, as a bonus, he gets to see joy of the woman he would have married, and her daughter, who is so beautiful she makes even Dickens a little skeevy.
Here's Stave 1.
After insulting his nephew, threatening his clerk, horrifying a Christmas Caroler, and scaring off some portly gentlemen accusing him of liberality, Scrooge gets a personal haunting from his old partner, Jacob Marley.