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    Water78

    [1]Sep 3, 2006
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    Which on of Charlie Brown specials was the best. To me is between the christmas one and the halloween one
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    borisbalinkoff

    [2]Sep 3, 2006
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    My favorite is There's No Time for Love, Charlie Brown. My favorite holiday one is A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving.

    Although I like A Charlie Brown Christmas, I've always thought it was a little overrated and unfocused. My favorite Christmas one is Charlie Brown's Christmas Tales.
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    TasForMayor

    [3]Sep 17, 2006
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    I liked the one where Charlie Brown is at Summer Camp and He has to race on the river against bullies and other

    kids

    Edited on 09/17/2006 7:04pm
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    borisbalinkoff

    [4]Sep 18, 2006
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    TasForMayor wrote:

    I liked the one where Charlie Brown is at Summer Camp and He has to race on the river against bullies and other

    kids



    I could be wrong, because I haven't seen a number of them, but that sounds like "Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown," which was actually a movie and not a TV special. I only saw that once, and I don't remember what my opinion was. I liked the two other movies I've seen, "Snoopy Come Home" and "A Boy Named Charlie Brown."
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    TasForMayor

    [5]Sep 18, 2006
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    Yes, it was Race For Your Life Charlies Brown; Thanks

    and I also like it when they all get to dance in that Christmas episode . .
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    Token_BlackGuy

    [6]Nov 30, 2006
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    A Charlie Brown Christmas.  In fact, last year was the first time I actually got to sit down and watch that particular episode since I was a teen living at home with mom and dad.  I actually watched the Garfield and Charlie Brown Christmas episodes last year, and I hope to catch them this year.

    My children actually like them as well, which I find wonderful.  Compared to some of today's cartoons, many kids might not get into the Charlie Browns and such, but they are still good shows in my opinion, worth watching.

    To me, there is a genuine innocense in Charlie Brown you don't find in many of today's cartoons.  I think I actually appreciate them now more than when I was younger.

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    Polka_Dot

    [7]Dec 10, 2006
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    Definately A Charlie Brown Christmas.  I've been watching that special since I was a baby.
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    candozier

    [8]Dec 19, 2006
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    Water78 wrote:
    Which one of Charlie Brown specials was the best. To me is between the christmas one and the halloween one

    A Charlie Brown Christmas...

    I liked "Race For Your Life, Charlie Brown" too

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    ncfab4fan

    [9]Feb 25, 2007
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    It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown is my favorite. It never fails to put a smile on my face.

    My second favorite is A Charlie Brown Christmas.

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    wwfpooh

    [10]Aug 6, 2007
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    Token_BlackGuy wrote:
    To me, there is a genuine innocense in Charlie Brown you don't find in many of today's cartoons.
    Well, given the flirtacious natures of Lucy, Patty, and Marcie, you would never know it. D But, I think the innocence comes from Bible-thumping & blanket-carring Linus.
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    terrydelph

    [11]Oct 30, 2007
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    Christmas, folllowed by the Great Pumpkin
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    wwfpooh

    [12]Oct 30, 2007
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    terrydelph wrote:
    Christmas, folllowed by the Great Pumpkin
    Speaking of the Great Pumpkin...You think it'll air tommorow, what with it being Halloween and all?
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    Veronica_Lodge

    [13]Nov 27, 2007
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    there's no way on this earth that i could choose between the halloween, thanksgiving, christmas, and easter specials. they are so completely wonderful i just can't choose no matter what.
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    wwfpooh

    [14]Nov 27, 2007
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    Veronica_Lodge wrote:
    there's no way on this earth that i could choose between the halloween, thanksgiving, christmas, and easter specials. they are so completely wonderful i just can't choose no matter what.
    All are special, no doubt.
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    tvfreak974

    [15]Jan 1, 2008
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    A charlie brown christmas was a classic. I loved it ever since I was a baby. When Snoopy says "Blech" after he kisses Lucy, I used to copy that whne I was a baby. I also love Its the great pumpkin because it was funny when Snoopy danced. Again, I copied that when I was a baby. And whn Linus' eyes go wide, that was funny. I want a dog for Christmas was hilarious! And so was A Charlie Brown Valentine and He's a bully Cb
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    wwfpooh

    [16]Jan 5, 2008
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    A Snoop-"dog" fan, I see.
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    tvfreak974

    [17]Jan 12, 2008
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    I also like "A boy named Charlie Brown" and "snoopy come home". Snoopy come home was sad. I was literally crying. A boy named charlie brown was cool. The songs in both were catchy
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    wwfpooh

    [18]Jan 14, 2008
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    "Come Home" is one of the sadder special. You can really feel the emotion radiating from the characters.
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    davsul

    [19]Jan 27, 2008
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    I love both the Halloween and Christmas specials but I have to go with the Christmas special.

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    wwfpooh

    [20]Jan 27, 2008
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    davsul wrote:

    I love both the Halloween and Christmas specials but I have to go with the Christmas special.

    It's the only one that still airs...
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