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  • A Charlie Brown Christmas

    December 9, 1965

    When Charlie Brown complains about the overwhelming materialism that he sees amongst everyone during the Christmas season, Lucy suggests that he become director of the school Christmas pageant. Charlie Brown accepts, but is a frustrating struggle. When an attempt to restore the proper spirit with a forlorn little fir Christmas tree fails, he needs Linus’ help to learn the meaning of Christmas.

  • Charlie Brown's All-Stars!

    June 8, 1966

    After their humiliating 999th defeat, Charlie Brown’s whole baseball team quits on him. All seems lost…until Charlie Brown learns that his team can join the Little League and become an official team with real uniforms! But as the team’s enthusiasm sparks, Charlie Brown learns that neither girls nor Snoopy would be allowed to play. Charlie Brown faces the difficult decision of breaking this horrible news to his excited team.

  • It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

    October 27, 1966

    This classic “Peanuts” tale focuses on the thumb-sucking, blanket-holding Linus, and his touching faith in the “Great Pumpkin.” When Linus discovers that no one else believes in the creature, he sets out to prove that the Pumpkin’s no myth—by spending the night alone in a pumpkin patch.

  • You're in Love, Charlie Brown

    June 12, 1967

    With the school year coming to a close, Charlie Brown is trying to work up the courage to meet his dream girl, whom he only knows as “The Little Red Haired Girl.” However, he’s too nervous to go meet her upfront and all his attempts to impress her at school backfire disastrously. His friends, Linus and Peppermint Patty, try to help, but only aggravate the situation, while Charlie Brown desperately tries to find a solution to this romantic conundrum.

  • He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown

    February 14, 1968

    When the gang loses patience with Snoopy’s mischief, he suddenly finds himself back in obedience training. With a vengeance, Snoopy decides it’s time to run away to Peppermint Patty’s house, but soon realizes life might not be so bad with Charlie Brown after all.

  • It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown

    September 27, 1969

    School is out for the summer and Charlie Brown, Linus, Schroeder and Pig Pen are planning to spend it reading every comic book, watching television, practicing ballplay, and classical music, and having clean thoughts. However, Lucy tells them that she signed them up for camp. The girls are eager to go, but the boys hate the idea.(Linus adding that its like finding out that he was drafted.) The boys shove each other to get on the bus, while the girls line up in order. At camp, Charlie Brown is chosen captain of the boys camp. The boys and girls have a swim race which the girls win easily. Then they have a softball game, which the boys lose with only one run. Other competitions are just as lopsided. Afterwards, the boys sit around the campfire and reflect on how miserable they are. In one scene, the colors of the shirts of Schroder and Linus are mixed up during this scene.

  • A Boy Named Charlie Brown

    December 4, 1969

    Poor Charlie Brown. He can’t fly a kite, and he always loses in baseball. Having his faults projected onto a screen by Lucy doesn’t help him much either. Against the sage advice and taunting of the girls in his class, he volunteers for the class spelling bee…and wins!

  • Play It Again, Charlie Brown

    March 28, 1971

    Play It Again, Charlie Brown is the seventh prime-time animated TV special based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. This non-holiday Peanuts special centers on Lucy, her infatuation with Schroeder, and her willingness to do anything to win his affections.

  • You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown

    October 29, 1972

    With the school election looming, Linus is talked into running for school president. With Lucy and Charlie Brown as his campaign manager and Snoopy and Woodstock assisting, he stands a decent chance of victory. Soon however, he makes unrealistic promises and learns the hard way that preaching about the Great Pumpkin can not be considered a sound campaign strategy.

  • There's No Time for Love, Charlie Brown

    March 11, 1973

    Most of the Peanuts gang is having trouble at school, but none more than Charlie Brown. In fact, he is told that he needs an “A” on a field trip report on an art museum or he will fail his grade. Unfortunately, Peppermint Patty, over-tired by Marcie waking her up at 4:00 in the morning, inadvertently distracts Charlie Brown and his sister from their group and they all mistake a neighbouring supermarket for the Art Museum. Even as they try to understand why all the displays are for sale so cheaply, Patty’s weariness and her own ambivalent feelings about Chuck causes her to blurt out some hurtful comments about him. Now, Charlie Brown is going to have to realize his basic mistake in his report, while Marcie and Peppermint Patty search for a way of making amends to the boy they both secretly like in their own way.

  • A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving

    November 20, 1973

    Turkey, cranberries, pumpkin pie… and the Peanuts gang to share them with. This is going to be the greatest Thanksgiving ever! The fun begins when Peppermint Patty invites herself and her pals to Charlie Brown’s house for a REALLY big turkey party. Good grief! All our hero can cook is cold cereal and maybe toast. Is Charlie Brown doomed? Not when Linus, Snoopy and Woodstock chip in to save the (Thanksgiving) Day. With such good friends, Charlie Brown - and all of us - have so many reasons to be thankful.

  • It's a Mystery, Charlie Brown

    February 1, 1974

    When Woodstock’s fancy new nest disappears one afternoon, he turns to Snoopy for help. Adopting the guise of Sherlock Holmes (complete with cloak, deerstalker cap and bubble pipe), Snoopy and Woodstock go on the hunt for the missing nest.

  • It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown

    April 9, 1974

    Charlie Brown, Linus and the entire Peanuts gang are off on a lively Easter egg hunt. They suspect they’ve spotted the Easter Bunny … but the trouble is, he looks a lot like a certain beagle who’s near and dear to Charlie Brown’s heart. Is it truly the Easter Bunny, or is it just the irrepressible Snoopy playing a trick on the kids?

  • Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown

    January 28, 1975

    It’s Valentine’s Day again and Charlie Brown dreams the seemingly hopeless dream to receiving a valentine from anyone. All the while, the rest of the gang have their own trials whether it be Linus’ struggle to get the biggest card he can for his beloved teacher, or Lucy trying to get some token from Schroeder while Snoopy and Woodstock are having fun spearing valentines on each other’s nose.

  • You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown

    October 28, 1975

    A motorcross, a race of motorbikes through a series of obstacles, provides the occasion for Charlie Brown’s latest attempt to win at something. He selects Linus as his pit crew and goes to a store to select a bike, and due to insufficient funds, he must settle for a tiny, run-down putt-putt. The majority of Charlie’s opponents are eliminated in the race, and Charlie, wearing a makeshift helmet carved from a pumpkin, finds himself in close competition with his friend, tomboy Peppermint Patty, and the Masked Marvel (a.k.a. Snoopy, Charlie’s dog).

  • It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown

    March 16, 1976

    To celebrate Arbor Day, the gang decide to do a great gardening project for Charlie Brown. Unfortunately, Charlie Brown learns that they did it in his baseball diamond, turning it in to a lush garden. With no alternative, he is forced to play against Peppermint Patty’s team in that field. However, the bizarre setting seems to be working to his advantage.

  • It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown

    January 1, 1977

    At the school homecoming, Charlie Brown learns that he is be the escort at the banquet for the red headed girl that he has pined for all his life. With that added pressure, he hopes to put in a good showing at the football where he is placekicker. Unfortunately, Lucy is supposed to hold the ball for him.. It’s homecoming night, and Charlie Brown is not only the escort for the homecoming queen (which happens to be the red-haired girl he’s been drooling over for goodness knows how long), he is also the kicker for the school’s football team (and Lucy’s the holder. Need I say more?) Despite a certain person’s old habit that won’t die young, Charlie brown is blamed for their team’s loss, but he ends up becoming the life of the homecoming dance. However, we never see it, and Charlie Brown doesn’t remember it, which brings the question; did it really happen?

  • What a Nightmare, Charlie Brown

    February 23, 1978

    What a Nightmare, Charlie Brown! is the 17th primetime animated TV specials based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, created by Charles M. Schulz. The plot is similar to that of Jack London’s Call of the Wild.

  • You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown

    March 19, 1979

    Charlie Brown enters the Junior Olympics decathlon - and one of his rivals is a certain masked beagle!

  • She's a Good Skate, Charlie Brown

    February 25, 1980

    Peppermint Patty is in zealous training for a figure skating competition, but with no help from her grumpy coach, Snoopy. He growls coaching tips that don’t make sense, and Marcie can’t sew the dress Peppermint Patty is dying to wear. Still determined to win, Peppermint Patty turns to Woodstock when disaster looms at the competition.

  • Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!)

    May 30, 1980

    Charlie Brown, Linus, Peppermint Patty and Marcie travel to France as foreign exchange students. Also along is Snoopy and Woodstock. While everyone is excited about the opportunity to travel to a foreign country, Charlie is disturbed by a letter he receives from a mysterious girl from France who invites him as a her guest only to find that he does not seem welcomed to her Chateau.

  • Life Is a Circus, Charlie Brown

    October 24, 1980

    When the circus comes to town, Snoopy naturally pays a visit. There he falls for a beautiful poodle performing there. He soon runs away to join it. While he quickly becomes a star performer, Charlie Brown is distraught by Snoopy’s decision while Snoopy himself has to face some realities of show business himself.

  • It's Magic, Charlie Brown

    April 28, 1981

    When Snoopy turns Charlie Brown invisible in a magic act, he has trouble changing him back.

  • Someday You'll Find Her, Charlie Brown

    October 30, 1981

    After Charlie Brown spots a girl briefly shown in a sports event broadcasting, he is smitten enough to go in search of her with the help of Linus. Unfortunately in his search, he has his usual amount of luck. As Charlie Brown is watching a football game, he spots a girl in the stands that he immediately attaches himself to. When the game ends, he is desperate to find her, so he enlists Linus to help him and, because of his absolute nervousness, to do the talking for him. However, that move could wind up spelling doom for the love-starved Charlie Brown once they finally find her.

  • A Charlie Brown Celebration

    May 24, 1982

    Several new different Peanuts sketches are featured in this TV special, adapted from the comic strip, including Peppermint Patty’s stint at dog training school and Charlie Brown spending time in the hospital.

  • Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown?

    February 23, 1983

    Linus has to break devastating news, his father has a new job and has to relocate his family. Charlie Brown and the gang make their goodbyes and prepare for Linus and Lucy’s departure.

  • It's an Adventure, Charlie Brown

    May 16, 1983

    Charlie Brown is having hallucinations as a result of a rash on the back of his head resembling the stitchings of a baseball, most notably seeing the rising sun as a baseball. He goes to camp to take his mind off of baseball with a paper sack on his head to cover up said rash and is suddenly elected camp president as the other kids find his appearance cool. But then he removes his sack the next morning and becomes uncool again. He watches the sun rise, fearing that it will appear as a rising baseball. Instead, the sun is replaced with MAD Magazine mascot Alfred E. Neuman.

  • What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown?

    May 30, 1983

    As they begin their journey home from their student exchange term, Charlie Brown and the gang find themselves sidetracked. They have severe car trouble and more importantly, they pass by various monuments to World Wars I & II. With Linus guiding them through these memorials, they learn about the events of the wars and the sacrifices required of the troops who fought them.

  • It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown

    April 16, 1984

    The story begins at a big football game where Snoopy wins a game from Peppermint Patty’s team. That night, Snoopy gets out a radio, learns some 80’s dance moves, and becomes Flashbeagle

  • You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown

    November 6, 1985

    The Peanuts gang perform the classic Broadway musical. In addition to the classic songs, we see Charlie Brown and his friends perform the various comedy sketches of the play.

  • Happy New Year, Charlie Brown

    January 1, 1986

    It’s the night of Peppermint Patty’s New Year’s Eve bash, but Charlie Brown has to write a book report about War and Peace. Hoping to join the fun for a special dance with the Little Red-Haired Girl, he tries desperately to finish in time.

  • The Mayflower Voyagers

    October 21, 1988

    Follow Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy and the Peanuts gang as they join the Pilgrims in their journey to the New World and celebrate the first Thanksgiving. Full of historical facts and inspiring faith in God, this short cartoon will remind your children of our rich heritage.

  • Why, Charlie Brown, Why?

    March 16, 1990

    A new girl comes to the neighbourhood school and Linus is smitten with her. Unfortunately, she develops the symptoms of leukemia and must go to the hospital for cancer treatment. Linus and Charlie Brown help her through the traumas of chemotherapy as best they can while Snoopy plays at being the world’s greatest doctor.

  • It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown

    November 27, 1992

    As the holiday season rolls around and all the Peanuts gang are getting ready for it. Whether it be Charlie Brown struggling to raise money for his girlfriend or Sally and Peppermint Patty struggling to rehearse and memorize their one word lines for the Christmas pageant, these kids try to keep with the Christmas spirit while Snoopy has his mischief to do.

  • You're in the Super Bowl, Charlie Brown

    January 18, 1994

    The Peanuts Gang competes in a punt, pass and kick contest. The winner gets a new bicycle and a trip to the Super Bowl. Meanwhile, Snoopy coaches the Birds football team (made up of a bunch of Woodstock-like birds) to the AFL (Animal Football League) Super Bowl.

  • It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown

    January 1, 1996

    As springtime rolls around, Charlie Brown’s team is performing the usual hopeless task of getting in shape for the new season. To improve the team’s morale, Charlie Brown manages to find a potential team sponsor who agrees to provide uniforms, provided that the team wins the first game of the season. However, considering the usual competence of the team, including new members like Leland who is too young to even tie his shoes, the challenge seems impossible.

  • It's the Pied Piper, Charlie Brown

    September 12, 2000

    Based on the legend of the Pied Piper, it stars Snoopy as the title character, who tries to rid the Peanuts’ gang’s hometown of mice by playing his concertina, in return for a year’s supply of dog food.

  • A Charlie Brown Valentine

    February 14, 2002

    Lovesick Charlie Brown hopes – still – to get a valentine from the Little Red-Haired Girl, as does Sally from Linus, Lucy from Schroeder and Peppermint Patty from Charlie Brown.

  • Charlie Brown's Christmas Tales

    December 8, 2002

    Tis the season for the cheer and charm of the Peanuts kids - and this delight special offers five segments full of unforgettable moments. Snoopy works as a bell-ringer to raise money and tries making peace with the ferocious cat next door. Linus strives to strike the right tone in his letter to Santa - and his friendship with an indecisive girl at school. Sally’s idea about gift giving and the identity of Santa may be unusual - but her strange notion about how to obtain a Christmas tree surprisingly does the job. Lucy tries awfully hard to be nice…and still coax everyone around her to buy her presents. Charlie Brown and Sally wait up for Santa (a surprisingly short man), who spreads Christmas gift cheer further than they had thought. Make merry!

  • Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown

    August 29, 2003

    Angst-ridden Charlie Brown attempts to motivate his team, while Lucy in right field nettles poor Chuck into a nervous wreck. With their losses mounting, Charlie Brown tries every remedy to score a win—even trading his own dog—yet nothing improves the team’s dismal record. Then Chuck orchestrates “the greatest trade in the history of baseball.”

  • He's a Bully, Charlie Brown

    November 20, 2006

    Charlie Brown and a few of his friends attend a camp, and there they meet Joe Aggit, a lying bully who offers to teach kids the game of Marbles without telling them it’s for keep. Then he takes their marbles for good. When Rerun is tricked and gets his marbles taken, Charlie Brown must use his own marbles to help get the other kids their marbles back. The only problem is, Charlie Brown doesn’t know how to play.

  • Happiness Is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown

    March 29, 2011

    Linus is pushed to his limits when he learns Grandma is coming to visit and plans on ridding him of his childish security blanket.

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