A Charlie Brown Christmas / I Want A Dog For Christmas

A Charlie Brown Christmas / I Want A Dog For Christmas
A Charlie Brown Christmas / I Want A Dog For Christmas

Year

1965

Duration

75 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

What is Christmas really about? That is the question Charlie Brown tries to answer in the first of these classic cartoons. As usual with unlucky Charlie, he has a miserable time before he finds what is he is looking for. The great thing about Charlie, Snoopy, Linus and the gang is how they feel all the things real people do sadness, jealousy, confusion and happiness and are funny with it. It's Christmastime Again is just as good.

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