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You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown: Remastered Deluxe Edition DVD

Jan 18, 2010

In the mid-1960s, a Broadway musical based on the antics of the Peanuts gang cartoon strip was produced. Then, in 1985, the same musical, called You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, was adapted into a Peanuts animated special that aired in CBS - it was the first animated special in which Snoopy was given a speaking role (actually, it’s a singing role, but it marks the first time Snoopy talks).

Now, thanks to Warner Home Video, you can watch You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown as a remastered deluxe edition DVD (release date: January 26, 2010). The drawings have been digitally restored and presented in full-screen video. You’ll also be able to see some bonus material, including a featurette called Animating A Charlie Brown Musical.

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