Charlie Brown's All-Stars [50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition] [DVD]

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Overview

Special Features

  • Another Story Featuring the Gang:
  • A Charlie Brown Celebration

Synopsis

Charlie Brown's All-Stars
Baseball team manager Charlie Brown can't win a game to save his life, but when the season rolls around, he tries once more to whip his ragtag "Peanuts" ballplayers into shape. After suffering their 999th consecutive loss, Charlie Brown is about to throw in the towel. He is encouraged to have another go at it when a local business offers to sponsor the team and provide new uniforms. But what can you do with a team whose best player is Snoopy the beagle? The animated, half-hour Charlie Brown's All-Stars was originally telecast June 6, 1966. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

A Charlie Brown Celebration
This half-hour animated Peanuts special is comprised of several short sketches, all based on Charles M. Schultz' favorite "Peanuts" strips. Charlie Brown once more vainly tries to get his kite in the air. Lucy yet again proposes marriage to disinterested piano prodigy Schroeder. And Peppermint Patty accompanies Snoopy to Dog Obedience School. Charles Schultz himself hosted this Mendelson/Melendez cartoon production, which first aired May 24, 1982. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


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