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Studio: Warner Home Video Release Date: 01/26/2010 Run time: 50 minutes Rating: Nr
Clark Gesner's musicalization of Charles Schulz's "Peanuts" comic strips was a hit off-Broadway in 1967 and on Broadway in 1999. This video presents 49 minutes of the show, combining the familiar look of "Peanuts" animated television specials with Gesner's charming skits and songs, including the title tune, Snoopy's ode to eating "Suppertime," the Beethoven adaptation "Schroeder," the baseball yarn "T-E-A-M," and the sweet-as-a-warm-puppy anthem "Happiness." It should be noted that Gesner's clever score, while inspired by the actual strips, is aimed at a slightly older viewing audience than are most "Peanuts" videos, and that these young voices occasionally strain to keep up with its demands. Still, it's solid entertainment, and for anyone who performed the show in school and wishes there were a stage performance recorded on video, this is the next best thing. --David Horiuchi --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
If you like the Peanuts characters singing and dancing, then this is the movie for you!
For the average movie viewer this may seem tedious and over rated.
You are a good man, charlie Brown, is the best peanuts show I've ever seen. It is also a great musical.Published on June 20 2003 by Jane Li
This video is cute. I have a record from the 60's with the show. One or two of the main songs seem to be missing but the animation is cute. My daughter loves it and she is 5.Published on Oct. 13 2001
You're a Good Man Charlie Brown is the Peanuts gang at their best! This wonderful animated special is full of wonderful tunes from the Broadway show! Read morePublished on Aug. 13 2001
When I was to play Lucy in the stage version of "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" last year, I watched this video three times before to prepare, and twice after just for... Read morePublished on June 21 2000 by A 13 Year Old Play Goer