Snoopy, Come Home

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Released 1972

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Director:
Bill Melendez
Released:
1972
Rating:
G
Snoopy, Come Home is a 1972 feature-length animated film starring the Peanuts characters from Charles Schulz's newspaper comic strip. When Snoopy (Bill Melendez) receives a letter informing him that his previous owner Lila (Johanna Baer) is in the hospital, he sets off with his friend Woodstock (Bill Melendez) on a journey to see her. When Charlie Brown (Chad Webber) and his sister Sally (Hilary Momberger) discovers that their dog is gone, they find solace from their friends Linus (Stephen Shea), Lucy (Robin Kohn), Schroeder (David Carey), and Peppermint Patty (Christopher Defaria). When Lila asks Snoopy to stay with her permanently, he must tearfully decide which one of his two owners to belong to. Snoopy, Come Home features a musical score composed by the Sherman Brothers, and has the following songs: ""Snoopy, Come Home," "At the Beach," "No Dogs Allowed," "Do You Remember Me?" "Me and You," "Getting It Together," "Fundamental Friend Dependability," "Charlie Brown's Calliope," and "It Changes." This film was a recipient of a CEC Award for Best Children's Film.moreless
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    Animation, Kids

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    Pre-Teens, Preschoolers, Grade Schoolers