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Things get off to a bumpy start. First, Charlie fails to make anything profound out of the cloud formations above, just a "ducky" and a "horsy." (But that's always been one of his best qualities--he calls them as he sees them.) Then he has a disastrous kite experience, followed by further humiliation on the baseball field (with its dandelion-covered pitching mound). Just when it seems as if things couldn't get much worse--they don't. Charlie finds something he's good at. Lucy, Violet, and the rest of the Peanuts gang doubt that his spelling bee winning streak can possibly last, but Charlie proves them all wrong and makes it to the national championships in New York City. His best pal, Linus, and free-spirited pooch, Snoopy, arrive shortly afterwards and provide their support. Granted, this rare, full-length feature film ends just as it began, with one more small humiliation, but it's Charlie's achievement that leaves the bigger impression. There are even a few lessons to be learned, but the tone is never preachy or condescending. Along the way, there are numerous pleasures to enjoy: Vince Guaraldi's classic Oscar-nominated score (featuring lyrics by Rod McKuen), the brightly hued, clean-lined animation (which occasionally erupts into impressionist and pop art flights of fancy), Schroeder's lovely rendition of Beethoven's Pathetique Sonata, Snoopy's ice-skating escapade at Rockefeller Plaza, and Linus's Fred Astaire-inspired dance with his long lost blanket. --Kathleen C. Fennessy --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This is some good movie, but there's a sad ending. But I highly recommend it!Published on Feb. 14 2004
When I was a little kid back in the day I loved this movie so much. It was so magical and the music just could not be compared. Read morePublished on March 13 2002 by Mecca Egypt
Aside from a few overlong musical interludes (although the Beethoven segement, the Star Spangled Banner, and the final tune is wonderful), this is a wonderful movie that will stay... Read morePublished on Oct. 17 2001 by Andre M.
As I read reviews, I don't see the words "Funny" in here. This movie is very very funny. The opening scene w/ Chuck, Linus, and Lucy lying on the hill is something that... Read morePublished on July 19 2001 by John Q. Viewer
If one cannot appreciate the movie for its sweet and tender nature, on must marvel at the music. I ADORE the theme song "A Boy Named Charlie Brown. Read morePublished on Aug. 3 2000
I bought this film the day before Charles Schulz died and it seemed like the most touching, poignant tribute to the man when I watched it. Read morePublished on June 10 2000
I, like the other reviewer before me, remember watching this in a movie theater when it was first released; my grandfather took me to see it and I must have been about 4 or 5 years... Read morePublished on April 16 2000 by S. Fennell
I remember 1st seeing this movie in the theatre when I was 3 years old. It's a poignant piece with a lesson about trying your best and never giving up. Read morePublished on March 15 2000 by W. Langan