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Peanuts by Schulz is a 2014 French-Italian animated TV programme produced by Normaal Animation Studios in France and Dall'Angelo Pictures in Italy.1 It is based on the Peanuts strip cartoon and characters by Charles M. Its production preceded the Peanuts feature film from 20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios that was released in November 2015. The series is packaged as 500 90-second.

Date (↑)Episode #TitleNetworkRatingShareViewersWatch/Purchase
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CBS 10.7
06/12/1967Special CBS
02/14/1968Special CBS
05/24/1969Special Charlie Brown and Charles Schulz CBS
09/27/1969Special It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown CBS
03/28/1971Special Play It Again, Charlie Brown CBS
10/24/1971Special Snoopy at the Ice Follies NBC
10/29/1972Special CBS
11/12/1972Special Snoopy's International Ice Follies NBC
03/11/1973Special There's No Time for Love, Charlie Brown CBS
11/13/1973Special Snoopy Directs the Ice Follies NBC
02/18/1974Special CBS
10/28/1975Special CBS
01/09/1976Special Happy Anniversary, Charlie Brown CBS
03/16/1976Special It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown CBS
11/05/1976Feature Film Snoopy, Come Home (1972) CBS
10/24/1977Special It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown CBS
02/23/1978Special What a Nightmare, Charlie Brown CBS
01/05/1979Special Happy Birthday, Charlie Brown CBS
03/19/1979Special You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown CBS
02/25/1980Special She's a Good Skate, Charlie Brown CBS
10/08/1980Special Charles M. Schulz..To Remember PBS
10/24/1980Special Life Is a Circus, Charlie Brown CBS
02/08/1981Special The Big Stuffed Dog NBC
04/28/1981Special It's Magic, Charlie Brown CBS
10/30/1981Special Someday You'll Find Her, Charlie Brown CBS
05/24/1982Special A Charlie Brown Celebration CBS
02/21/1983Special Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown? CBS
05/16/1983Special It's an Adventure, Charlie Brown CBS 16.7 27
05/30/1983Special CBS
02/18/1984CBS 9.2
04/16/1984Special It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown CBS 17.3
03/20/1985Special Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown CBS 17.4
03/23/1985Special The Great Houdini CBS 14.6
05/07/1985Special CBS 10.3
05/14/1985Special It's Your 20th Television Anniversay, Charlie Brown CBS 10
11/06/1985Special CBS 12.2
12/04/1985Special CBS 16.6
03/26/1986Special CBS
08/13/1986Special CBS 9
01/16/1987Special CBS 15.2
02/10/1987Special CBS 9.2
09/19/1987Special CBS 6.6
11/24/1987Special CBS 12.3
11/24/1987Special CBS 11.2
01/29/1988Special Snoopy: the Musical CBS 11.3 19 19.6
02/23/1988Special CBS 10.4
03/16/1988Special CBS 11.8
04/19/1988Special CBS 10.3
06/14/1988Special CBS 6.6
What a Nightmare, Charlie Brown!
GenreAnimated television special
Created byCharles M. Schulz
Directed byPhil Roman
Bill Melendez
Voices ofLiam Martin
Bill Melendez
Theme music composerVince Guaraldi
Opening theme'Linus and Lucy'
ComposersEd Bogas
Judy Munsen
Vince Guaraldi
Country of originU.S.
Original languageEnglish
Production
Executive producerLee Mendelson
ProducerBill Melendez
EditorsRoger Donley
Chuck McCann
Running time30 minutes
Release
Original networkCBS
Picture format4:3
Audio formatMonaural
Original releaseFebruary 23, 1978
Chronology
Preceded byIt's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown (1977)
Followed byHappy Birthday, Charlie Brown (1979)

What a Nightmare, Charlie Brown! is the 17th prime-timeanimatedtelevision special based on the comic stripPeanuts by Charles M. Schulz. It originally aired on Thursday, February 23, 1978, at 8:00 P.M. ET/PT on CBS. The special is unusual in that Snoopy and Charlie Brown are the only members of the Peanuts cast to appear in it.[1] The plot is similar to that of Jack London's The Call of the Wild, and centers on Snoopy having a nightmare about being an Arctic sled dog. This was the first special Bill Melendez directed since 1973's A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving.

In June 2010, the special debuted on DVD as part of the Peanuts 1970's Collection, Volume Two set by Warner Home Video.[2] Before that it was released on CED format in 1983, and on VHS by Media Home Entertainment in 1985, Hi-Tops Video in 1988, and on September 6, 1995 by Paramount Home Media Distribution along with It's Magic, Charlie Brown. The special occasionally saw airings on the American TV channel Nickelodeon from 1998 to 2000 as part of Nickelodeon's umbrella branding for Peanuts programming, You're on Nickelodeon, Charlie Brown!

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Plot[edit]

One winter day, Charlie Brown is trying to pretend to be a musher with Snoopy, but the dog has other ideas and gets Charlie Brown to pull while he has fun riding in the sled. When night comes and they are comfortably indoors, Charlie Brown is indignant that Snoopy is adjusting too well to home life, reminding Snoopy of facts that Arctic dogs are only fed once a day, their meals largely consisting of cold meat and raw fish (to which Snoopy blanches and gives a look of 'it's too bad to be them') and coming to the conclusion that Snoopy is 'an overly civilized, underly 'dogified' dog'. Snoopy makes a sumptuous dinner of five pizzas and a milkshake, to which Charlie Brown retorts he hopes Snoopy can digest all that food. Snoopy then falls asleep atop his doghouse, but when he wakes up he finds himself in a polar region, to which he is made a sled dog of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in Alaska, presumably during the Klondike Gold Rush or the 1925 serum run to Nome.

Snoopy is cruelly mistreated, being run ragged by his owner, who is only seen in shadow or silhouette and only speaks in a much deeper version of the classic Peanuts adult 'waa-waa-waa' language. Snoopy was being denied any food or water by his fellow dogs. The dogs take turns barking loudly at Snoopy in order to let him know he is indeed an outsider. One scene which breaks the snow scenes is where the sled master stops at a honky tonk, and a hungry Snoopy sneaks inside to snatch a sandwich and a mug of root beer sitting near a piano, where he feigns playing John Philip Sousa's 'The Washington Post March'. Snoopy later tries his hand at a game of poker, where he keeps a poker face until he laughs out loud revealing his improbable winning hand of five aces, which causes a brawl and leaving Snoopy to escape into the next room. He finds himself on stage with a painted backdrop of Paris and is cheered for his dancing. However, when the music changes and he impersonates a can-can dancer, Snoopy is thrown out of the bar and is back with the sled dogs, where he continues to be mistreated.

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  2. Peanuts by Schulz is an Italian-French-American animated television series based on the comic strip of the same name.The series first aired in France on November 9, 2014, and later aired in the United States on Cartoon Network and Boomerang on May 9, 2016 as interstitial shorts.
  3. This Is America, Charlie Brown was an eight-part mini-series that aired on CBS in 1988. It is about the Peanuts characters who travel through time. From projects on the great inventors of America.
  4. What a Nightmare, Charlie Brown! Is the 17th prime-time animated television special based on the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. It originally aired on Thursday, February 23, 1978, at 8:00 P.M. The special is unusual in that Snoopy and Charlie Brown are the only members of the Peanuts cast to appear in it.
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Unable to take any more, that night Snoopy breaks down crying, then once he's done he goes about converting to his 'new life' in order to survive, baring his fangs and falls to walking on all fours. Snoopy challenges the lead dog to a fight and wins, becoming the 'Alpha Male' of the sled dog pack. He also turns the tables on the rest of the dogs by denying them food and water. Eventually, he leads his owner over an ice-covered lake where the ice cracks and causes all the sled dogs and the owner to be swallowed into the water. Snoopy finds himself being pulled into the hole. As he grapples screaming for his life, Snoopy wakes up clinging to the side of his doghouse and is relieved that he was just having a nightmare. Snoopy later wakes Charlie Brown up and recounts his nightmare in pantomime, to which Charlie Brown allows Snoopy to spend the night inside with him, but not before Snoopy helps himself to a large ice cream sundae, reminding himself that his Arctic experience was indeed a nightmare.

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Voice cast[edit]

  • Bill Melendez as Snoopy
  • Liam Martin as Charlie Brown

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References[edit]

  1. ^Woolery, George W. (1989). Animated TV Specials: The Complete Directory to the First Twenty-Five Years, 1962-1987. Scarecrow Press. pp. 444–445. ISBN0-8108-2198-2. Retrieved 27 March 2020.
  2. ^Charlie Brown/Peanuts Specials DVD news: Announcement for Peanuts: 1970's Collection, Volume 2 TVShowsOnDVD.comArchived 2010-02-15 at the Wayback Machine

External links[edit]

  • What a Nightmare, Charlie Brown! at IMDb

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