Thread: what was your favorite Peanuts movie/special?

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    my all time favorite was Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!). it was a staple of my childhood. i cant count how many times i watched it. i watched it again recently for the first time in a long time, and it is as good as i remember it, which doesnt happen often.

    and then of course, there are the mandatory A Charlie Brown Christmas and It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.

    oh, and cant forget Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown. but in my book, you just cant beat Bon Voyage.
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    It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown !!! I always watch this one. I love halloween and this is a must see every year. I like all the holiday specials.
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    Merry Christmas (yeah thats everybody's gonna say), It's Christmastime again and yeah Bon Voyage
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    Definately The Great Pumpkin. In fact just thinking about that scene with him getting yelled at by Sally cracks me up. "Halloween is over and I missed it! You blockhead!"
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    Merry Christmas Charlie Brown. I love the "Charlie Brown" tree
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    Outside what's probably considered the holiday "trinity" (Great Pumpkin, Thanksgiving, and Christmas), I especially enjoyed It's Magic, Charlie Brown and It's a Mystery, Charlie Brown. Snoopy playing the detective role in the latter was always a treat.

    Movie wise, Snoopy Come Home was always my fave.
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    i love the part in Bon Voyage where Snoopy and Woodstock sneak out and go to the bar. he gets all "drunk" and emo on rootbeer, crying to the music.
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    Snoopy Come Home was the one I have the fondest memories of watching when I was young...so that would be my favorite. I also really like A Boy Named Charlie Brown and Charlie Brown Christmas.
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    Race For Your Life, Charlie Brown is the one that I remember best.
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    Snoopy Come Home and the Halloween and Christmas specials were my favorites.
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    A Charlie Brown Christmas and It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown are my favorites.
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    Charlie brown christmas
    Its The Great pumpkin
    Snoopy family reunion
    Bon voyage charlie brown
    Charlie brown valentine
    charlie brown easter
    race for your life charlie browm
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    A Charlie Brown Christmas and It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. It's not even close after those two.

    I don't know about you, but even though I'm not religious, I really respect that A Charlie Brown Christmas is actually about the spirituality of the holiday, and even references the bible, whereas other specials seem to be all about Santa Claus and presents.
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    This is fun I always liked the Easter one because of woodstocks bird house and the retro 1970's furnishings.
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    I love all of the holiday Charlie Brown specials. And It Was my Best Birtday Ever, Charlie Brown was really cute.
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    there all pretty sweet
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    Quote by 80skidAK
    A Charlie Brown Christmas and It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. It's not even close after those two.

    I don't know about you, but even though I'm not religious, I really respect that A Charlie Brown Christmas is actually about the spirituality of the holiday, and even references the bible, whereas other specials seem to be all about Santa Claus and presents.


    completely agree
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    It's the Great Pumpkin!! I love it!
    I love them all, but this is my favorite.
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    Its The Great Pumpkin! We taped this on the good ol' VHS in 93'? And I still have it, and watch it once in a while. What makes it even better is the old early 90s commercials that are also on it, lol.
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    Quote by The_Gamer
    Charlie brown christmas
    Its The Great pumpkin
    Snoopy family reunion
    Bon voyage charlie brown
    Charlie brown valentine
    charlie brown easter
    race for your life charlie browm


    So... All of them are your favorite?

    Charlie Brown Christmas is my favorite.
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