Peanuts Specials You've seen

LinusFan303

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I have an interesting question: There are 46 Peanuts specials (as of 2019) and I was wondering which Peanuts specials you have seen? Do you have any favorites , least favorites?

Here's a full list
1. A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)
2. Charlie Brown's All Stars (1966)
3. It's the Great Pumpkin (1966)
4. You're in Love (1967)
5. He's your dog (1968 )
6. It was a Short Summer (1969)
7. Play it Again (1971)
8. You're Not Elected (1972)
9. There's No Time For Love (1973)
10. Thanksgiving (1973)
11. It's a Mystery (1974)
12. It's the Easter Beagle (1974)
13. Be My Valentine (1975)
14. You're a Good Sport (1975)
15. It's Arbor Day (1976)
16. It's Your First Kiss (1977)
17. What a Nightmare (1978)
18. You're the Greatest (1979)
20. She's a good skate (1980)
21. Life is a Circus (1980)
22. It's Magic (1981)
23. Someday You'll find here (1981)
24. A Charlie Brown Celebration (1982)
25. It This Goodbye? (1983)
26. It's an Adventure (1983)
27. What Have We Learned? (1983)
28. It's Flashbeagle (1984)
29. Snoopy's getting married (1985)
30. You're a good Man (1985)
31 Happy New Year (1986)
32. Snoopy: The Music (1988)
33. It's the Girl in the Red Truck (1988)
34. Why Charlie Brown why? (1990)
35. Snoopy's Reunion (1991)
36. It's Spring Training (1992)
37. It's Christmas Time again (1992)
38. You're in the Superbowl (1994)
39. It was my best birthday ever (1997)
40. It's the Pied Piper (2000)
41. A Charlie Brown Valentine (2002)
42. Charlie Brown's Christmas Tales (2002)
43. Lucy Must be Traded (2003)
44. I Want a Dog for Christmas (2003)
45. He's a Bully (2006)
46. Happiness is a Warm Blanket (2011)

I've seen all 46 (because I'm a mad man ). My favorite over all is the Christmas special, but my favorite non-holiday special is "You're a good Sport" It's fun and Charlie Brown gets a win. My Least favorite is It's your First Kiss, because it's a mess. Will be interesting to see your thoughts.
 

Asa

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I've seen these specials on video and DVD:
  • A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) - both VHS and DVD
  • Charlie Brown's All Stars (1966) - on the Paramount version of the Lucy Must Be Traded Charlie Brown DVD
  • It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) - DVD
  • You're in Love, Charlie Brown (1967) - VHS from the Snoopy Double Feature, Vol. 4, which I used to rent from my local Blockbuster as a kid
  • You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown (1972) - on the Paramount version of It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, DVD
  • There's No Time For Love, Charlie Brown (1972) - on the Paramount version of the A Charlie Brown Valentine DVD
  • A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (1973) - DVD
  • It's the Easter Beagle Charlie Brown (1974) - DVD
  • Be My Valentine Charlie Brown (1975) - used to have it on VHS as a kid. Currently own the Remastered Deluxe edition DVD
  • It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown (1976) - on the It's the Easter Beagle Charlie Brown DVD
  • It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown (1977) - VHS from the Snoopy Double Feature, Vol. 4, which I used to rent from my local Blockbuster as a kid.
  • Someday You'll Find Her, Charlie Brown (1981) - on the Paramount version of the A Charlie Brown Valentine DVD
  • It's Spring Training Charlie Brown (1992) - on the Paramount version of the Lucy Must Be Traded Charlie Brown DVD
  • It's Christmas Time Again, Charlie Brown (1992) - on the A Charlie Brown Christmas DVD
  • You're in the Superbowl, Charlie Brown (1994) - never ever had this on tape but I remember seeing this at elementary school
  • It's the Pied Piper, Charlie Brown (2000)
  • A Charlie Brown Valentine (2002)
  • Charlie Brown's Christmas Tales (2002) - on the Paramount version of the I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown DVD
  • Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown (2003)
  • I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown (2003)
I've seen these specials on television
  • Happy New Year, Charlie Brown (1986) on ABC (KABC-TV)
  • He's a Bully, Charlie Brown (2006) on ABC (KABC-TV)
  • Happiness is a Warm Blanket (2011) - on Fox (KTTV Los Angeles)

These specials I've never owned on VHS as a kid
  • He's your dog, Charlie Brown (1968 )
  • It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown (1969) - though I did see this once on Netflix
  • Play It Again, Charlie Brown (1971)
  • It's A Mystery, Charlie Brown (1974)
  • You're A Good Sport, Charlie Brown (1975)
  • What A Nightmare, Charlie Brown (1978)
  • You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown (1979)
  • She's A good skate, Charlie Brown (1980)
  • Life is a Circus, Charlie Brown (1980)
  • It's Magic, Charlie Brown (1981)
  • A Charlie Brown Celebration (1982)
  • It This Goodbye, Charlie Brown? (1983)
  • It's an Adventure, Charlie Brown (1983)
  • What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown? (1983)
  • It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown (1984)
  • Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown (1985)
  • You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown (1985)
  • Snoopy: The Musical (1988)
  • It's the Girl in the Red Truck, Charlie Brown (1988)
  • Why Charlie Brown Why? (1990)
  • Snoopy's Reunion (1991)
  • It Was My Best Birthday Ever, Charlie Brown (1997)

My favorite specials out of the 46 are the Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas ones.
 

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My favorite one is A Charlie Brown Christmas for the sake of nostalgia. My family had it (along with basically every other animated Christmas special) recorded on VHS.

As for ones I’ve seen...I don’t know. Obviously I’ve seen the ones that come on every year. I’m thinking I’ve seen many of the older (pre-90’s) ones on Disney Channel back in the day, but I can’t immediately tell you which. I also remember renting It’s the Pied Piper and watching it at my grandma’s house.
 

Zorak Masaki

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I've seen Christmas, Great Pumpkin, You're Not Elected, No Time for Love, Thanksgiving, Easter Beagle, Be My Valentine, You're a Good Man, Happy New Year, The Musical, and Why Charlie Brown Why. Not the same as watching, but I've also read the book adaptations of Short Summer, Arbor Day, All Stars, and It's a Mystery.
 

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