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It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown (1992)

The Peanuts gang prepares for the holidays in their own unique ways.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Jamie E. Smith ...
Charlie Brown (voice)
John Christian Graas ...
Linus Van Pelt (voice)
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Lucy Van Pelt / Frieda (voice)
Mindy Ann Martin ...
Sally Brown (voice)
Phillip Lucier ...
Lindsay Benesh ...
Marcie / Patty (voice)
Sean Mendelson ...
Franklin (voice)
Deanna Tello ...
Peggy Jean / Violet (voice)
Matthew Slowik ...
Harold Angel (voice)
Brittany Thornton ...
Additional Voices (voice) (as Brittany M. Thornton)
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Snoopy / Woodstock (voice)
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As the holiday season rolls around and all the Peanuts gang are getting ready for it. Whether it be Charlie Brown struggling to raise money for his girlfriend or Sally and Peppermint Patty struggling to rehearse and memorize their one word lines for the Christmas pageant, these kids try to keep with the Christmas spirit while Snoopy has his mischief to do. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@home.com>

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27 November 1992 (USA)  »

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Linus attempts to read to Sally the same passage from the Book of Luke which he so famously recited in the original 'A Charlie Brown Christmas.' Marcie also quotes a portion of the passage in the Christmas play. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
[Sally and Linus are preparing to sled down a hill in a cardboard box]
Sally Brown: [to Linus] Now what? Kinda a steep hill, isn't it?
Linus: Don't worry about it. Just lean forward and jiggle your feet.
Sally Brown: [Sally climbs out of the box] I think I've changed my mind.
[the box falls an inch off the slope; Linus is then face planted in the snow]
Sally Brown: If I'd have known you were only going that far, I would've stayed in.
[Linus tries again]
Linus: Here we go. We put it in fast forward, and here we go!
Linus: [...]
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Hallelujah Chorus
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Written by George Frideric Handel
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lacks a compelling overarching story
23 December 2014 | by See all my reviews

Charlie Brown struggles to sell Christmas wreaths door to door. Sally is not much help. Peppermint Patty is trying to read a book. She's hanging out with Marcie. Snoopy is ringing the bell as Santa. Sally tries to write a letter to Santa and tries to understand Christmas. Charlie Brown is trying to buy a pair of gloves for Peggy Jean. Peppermint Patty volunteers to be Mary in the school play but the role is already given to Marcie.

It's a scattering of Christmas themed sketches. This is in-line with the other Charlie Brown shows where distinct separate cartoon skits are lump together. It doesn't have flow. The story is certainly not as compelling as the original 65 Christmas special. It feels rather disjointed and cobbled together from several stories. However, it is still Charlie Brown and has that innocent charm as always.


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