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Peanuts: 1970's Collection, Vol. 2 [2 Discs] [DVD]

Release Date:06/01/2010
This collection serves up six of the Peanuts television specials that originally aired in the '70s. Among the titles included are Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown, You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown, It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown, What a Nightmare, Charlie Brown, It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown, and You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown.
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    Special Features

    • You're Groovy, Charlie Brown: A Look at Peanuts in the 70's
    • Free Willy 4: Escape from Pirate's Cove Trailer


    What a Nightmare, Charlie Brown
    Based on the beloved characters created by Charles Schultz, this animated feature follows the nightmarish exploits of Snoopy when he is plagued by a terrible dream of being stuck as a sled dog in the North. ~ Iotis Erlewine, Rovi

    It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown
    Maybe your neighborhood school has dropped its Arbor Day celebration, but such is not the case at the educational institute attended by Good Ol' Charlie Brown. Charlie's sister Sally doesn't appreciate the significance of Arbor Day. It therefore behooves the Peanuts gang to demonstrate the importance of trees. The kids plant several seeds in the local baseball field--resulting in quite a surprise for ball-club manager Charlie Brown when he is confronted with a tree-laden diamond. This 30-minute animated special was first telecast March 16, 1976. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown
    After the little red-haired girl is named homecoming queen, Charlie Brown is assigned to escort her. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi

    You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown
    In You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown, Charlie competes for his school in the Junior Olympics Decathlon, hoping to win the gold medal. However, he's up against serious competition in the form of last year's winner Freddy Fabulous, Marcie, and a contestant called the Masked Marvel. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

    Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown
    Love may be in the air, but will there be anything in Charlie Brown's mailbox? That's the question as the Peanuts gang gets ready to celebrate Valentine's Day in the animated special featuring the beloved characters created by Charles M. Schulz. As usual, Charlie Brown is hoping he'll get some sort of a love note from the Little Red Haired Girl -- though the way things are going, he'll settle for any sort of a card from anyone! Meanwhile, Linus is pining for his teacher, Miss Othmar, and wants to get her just the right Valentine's gift, while Sally is a bit miffed with what she considers a disappointing present from her "sweet baboo." Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown first aired on January 28, 1975. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

    You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown
    In You're A Good Sport, Charlie Brown, the Peanuts gang plays a variety of sports, including motocross racing. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

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