1960's Collection

DVD - 2009
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Disc 1: A Charlie Brown Christmas: Charlie Brown has the holiday blues and is hoping that a spindly little tree he finds can help everyone discover the meaning of the season ; Charlie Brown's All-Stars: Will new uniforms and league membership help transform a hard-luck team into winners? ; It's the great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown: Charlie Brown has been invited to a Halloween party and Linus hopes he'll finally catch a sighting of the mysterious Great Pumpkin ; You're in love, Charlie Brown: Charlie Brown is smitten with the Little Red-Haired Girl and hopes to let her know before school lets out for the summer.
Disc 2: He's your dog, Charlie Brown: Mischief-maker Snoopy tries everyone's patience and Charlie Brown wonders if he can be rehabilitated him into a nice, obedient puppy ; It was a short summer, Charlie Brown: Summer camp rivalries between the boys and girls leave the guys in the dust, unless a certain "Masked Marvel" can score an arm-wrestling victory.
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Distributed by Warner Home Video, [2009]
Description: 2 videodiscs (150 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN: 9781419882982
Branch Call Number: jDVD Pean


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Aug 16, 2018

If you like the Peanuts Gang, this 2-disc set offers you 6 "Charlie Brown" TV specials from the 1960's. Regardless of your age, I think that these animated stories are entertaining to everyone, unless, of course, you're a grouch.

Mar 14, 2015

"Good grief!"

Hey! I'm certainly not at all ashamed to openly admit that, even at my advanced and decrepit age, I can still get something of an amused kick out of watching Charlie Brown cartoons. I really can.

In fact, I think that the "Peanuts" kids (that's Linus, Pigpen, Sally and Snoopy, to name but a few) are actually OK for the most part (and only marginally annoying, little brats).

Presented in full-color, this 2-disc set contains all six, remastered Peanuts TV Specials from the 1960s.

Created by Charles M. Schulz (who died in 2000 at the age of 78) - Even though these generally good-natured cartoons are now fifty years old, they have still managed to retain enough of their childlike charm and nostalgic-value to continue to appeal and entertain kids of all ages.

Joe_Brusky Apr 06, 2013

A No-Frills - OK, there's a Vince Guaraldi documentary - 1960's collection of all the Peanuts releases all-in-one. They are all restored in mono. Colors are great and not too much ghosting or remnants. I'm no fan of extras and there aren't many here, just really good versions of the six productions.

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