A Charlie Brown Christmas1965
Starring Chris Doran, Bill Melendez, Karen Mendelson, Geoffrey Ornstein, Peter Robbins and Christopher Shea, "A Charlie Brown Christmas" is an Animation/Family/Comedy film, released in the USA on December 09 of 1965.
What was the release date of "A Charlie Brown Christmas":
A Charlie Brown Christmas was initially released on Thursday, December 09, 1965, in the United States.. This was fifty-three (53) years ago.
What is the casting of "A Charlie Brown Christmas":
At the casting of A Charlie Brown Christmas we find Chris Doran, previously seen in A Boy Named Charlie Brown (1965); Bill Melendez (A Boy Named Charlie Brown (1965)); Karen Mendelson (A Boy Named Charlie Brown (1965)) [ more... ]
- Tracy Stratford and Chris Doran, Bill Melendez, Karen Mendelson, Geoffrey Ornstein, Peter Robbins, Christopher Shea can all be seen in A Boy Named Charlie Brown, released in 1965.
- Kathy Steinberg and Bill Melendez, Karen Mendelson, Geoffrey Ornstein, Peter Robbins, Christopher Shea also appeared in Charlie Brown's All Stars!, released in 1966.
- Bill Melendez, Peter Robbins, Christopher Shea and Kathy Steinberg can also be seen in It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, released in 1966.
- Bill Melendez, Peter Robbins, Christopher Shea and Kathy Steinberg can be seen in You're in Love, Charlie Brown, released in 1967.
- Bill Melendez, Geoffrey Ornstein and Peter Robbins also worked together in You Don't Look 40, Charlie Brown!, released in 1990.
- Christopher Shea and Bill Melendez, Peter Robbins also worked together in He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown, released in 1968.
What is the Storyline of "A Charlie Brown Christmas":
On their way to join the rest of the Peanuts gang all skating on a frozen pond, Charlie Brown confides in Linus that even though Christmas is approaching he still feels depressed despite all the presents, cards and tree decorating. His depression and aggravation only get exacerbated by the goings-on in the neighborhood. Though his mailbox is empty, he tries sarcastically to thank Violet for the card she "sent" him, though Violet says she did not send him a card.
Ultimately, Charlie Brown visits Lucy [...]
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