It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown


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An evening pause: For Halloween. Are you sincere?

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4 comments

  • t-dub

    Unfortunately couldn’t see it due to its being blocked in our country for copyright grounds.

  • Wayne

    This is the best Peanuts cartoon!

    Rights & Licensing were sold to Iconix Brands in 2010, and they regularly scrub YouTube of the full-episode, especially around this time of year.

    http://www.iconixbrand.com/

  • PeterF

    No Wayne, the best Peanuts cartoon is “A Charlie Brown Christmas”. The musical score by Vince Gauraldi was pure genius. He captured the “feel” of Christmas and most people aren’t even aware of the music, but they always recognize it!

  • Steve Earle

    PeterF said:
    “….He captured the “feel” of Christmas and most people aren’t even aware of the music, but they always recognize it!…”

    All of the big three Peanuts holiday specials, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas were set to Vince Guaraldi’s music. And you’re right, he was a genius and he did perfectly capture the “feeling” of each holiday, especially the first two earlier ones.

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