This Is America Charlie Brown

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This Is America Charlie Brown

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This Is America, Charlie Brown was an eight part mini-series that aired on CBS in 1988. It is about the Peanuts character travel through time. From projects on the great inventors of America, to a NASA space station, The Peanuts characters traveled through American history. Combing facts with fun, Charles Schultz taught Show Facts First Telecast: October 21,1988 Last Telecast: July 25, 1990 Type Of Show: Animated Mini Series Number Of Episodes: 8 Number Of Seasons: 1 CBS Broadcast History: October - November 1988 .... Fridays 8:00-8:30 PM February-May 1989 .... Various 8:00-8:30 PM (once a month) May - July 1990 .... Wednesday 8:00-8:30 PM Nielsen Ratings (Top 30 or Better) Never finished in the Top 30 Scheduled Times This Is America Charlie Brown was part of You're On Nickelodeon Charlie Brown and recently aired on Nickelodeons spin off station Nicktoons TV, but is currently not airing on it. It might be back on later. From 2004-January 2005 you could watch it Sundays at 3:00 PM on Canada's YTV, but as of right now its off the schedule. This Is America, Charlie Brown VHS In the early 1990's Paramount put the entire This Is America Charlie Brown mini-series on 8 different VHS, not in the order of there premiere. They are not in print anymore but you can still find them at Paramount.com This Is America Charlie Brown DVDs The Mayflower Voyagers, the first episode of This Is America Charlie Brown has just been released as an extra on the A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving DVD. It is the only episode that is available on DVD. You're On Nickelodeon, Charlie Brown You're On Nickelodeon, Charlie Brown features This Is America, Charlie Brown, and The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show. You're On Nickelodeon Charlie Brown is the reruns of those two shows and various Peanuts specials. It was on the regular Nickelodeon in the late 1990's and was recently on their spin off station Nicktoons TV. Here is a press release from Viacom from 1998, explaining You're On Nickelodeon, Charlie Brown. Did You Know? Did you know that This Is America Charlie Brown premiered in the middle of a writers strike on CBS? Did you also know that Erin Chase was the first girl to provide the voice for Charlie Brown? Did you know that This Is America Charlie Brown was billed as the first animated mini series? Did you know that the first for episodes occupied the time slot of the series Beauty and the Beast Awards In 1989 Erin Chase, Ami Foster, and Brandon Stewart were all nominated for Young Artist Awards. In 1996, Lee Mendelson was nominated at the Young Artist Awards as well, but for Best Family Animation Production.moreless
Bill Melendez

Bill Melendez

Snoopy & Woostock (voice)

Brandon Stewart

Brandon Stewart

Linus Van Pelt (voice)

Erica Gayle

Erica Gayle

Lucy Van Pelt (voice)

Erin Chase

Erin Chase

Charlie Brown (voice)

Jason Muller Mendelson

Jason Muller Mendelson

Peppermint Patty (voice)

Marie Cole

Marie Cole

Marcie (voice)

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  • Cheerful look at U.S. history through the eyes of Charlie Brown and friends.

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    This brief series introduced Charlie Brown fans to a variety of vital subjects in American history: the arrival of the pilgrims, the dawn of independence, inventions, the space program, the growth of industry, scientific development and the creativity of our musical heritage. And it's too bad they only made eight parts of the series, plus a general recap, because we could use more shows like these. Charlie and company are just the perfect way to get kids of all ages interested in these topics. The rambunctious wit and charm of the Peanuts cast goes well with the educational stories.



    Wish it had been continued as a regular venture, but fine as it stands.moreless
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