1973's "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving" is an adorable, animated classic that makes me want to eat popcorn, toast, and jellybeans every year! It's one of the few holiday treats that suit older audiences as well as younger ones.
Here's the basic synopsis: Peppermint Patty invites herself, Marcie, and Franklin to Charlie Brown's house for a wholesome Thanksgiving dinner. The problem: Charlie has to go to his Grandmother's house at 4:30. AND he doesn't know anything about cooking a turkey and cranberry sauce. With the help of Linus, Snoopy, and little Woodstock, Charlie tries to make meals for Patty and her guests, only to realize that food alone isn't thankful...his friends and family are. Watch out for Snoopy, the Peanut Gang's favorite dog! In this feature, he wrestles with a beach chair, puts a tablecloth on a pool table, and marches in Pilgrim garb!
This is a DVD I highly recommend, as well as "The Great Pumpkin" and "A Charlie Brown Christmas."