Happiness is... Peanuts(TM): Team Snoopy
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Batter up with Peanuts and celebrate their greatest sports moments in this all-new collection. For Charlie Brown, a new baseball season equals new hopes of winning. Unfortunately, one player just isn't measuring up, which makes the team decide that Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown. Then suit up for a triple-header of laughs with The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show. In The Pelicans, Charlie Brown gets stuck with mascot duties while Peppermint Patty is on the road to victory with her baseball team. Great Pumpkin finds the Peanuts gang visiting the bowling alley in hopes of teaching Charlie Brown a new sport with hilarious results, and it's game on as the neighborhood cat meets his match when Snoopy's older brother Spike trots into town. It's time to catch the winning spirit and share these tales with your teammates, since happiness is what Team Snoopy is all about!]]>
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LUCY MUST BE TRADED, CHARLIE BROWN is one of the "Peanuts" specials that first aired after the death of Charles Schulz. The basic plot is that Charlie Brown is both excited and anxious about the upcoming baseball season. He loves the game, but what he really would like is to actually win a game. He becomes convinced that if he can trade Lucy, he can improve the chances of winning a game during the season. He attempt to work out a deal with Peppermint Patty and the usual chaos ensues.
Episode #15 of THE CHARLIE BROWN AND SNOOPY SHOW is entitled "Snoopy's Brother Spike." It includes three shorts:
"The Pelican" - Peppermint Patty recruits Charlie Brown to sell popcorn and be the mascot for her baseball team.
"Great Pumpkin" - while the rest of the kids spend Halloween night at a local bowling alley, Linus (and Sally) await the arrival of the Great Pumpkin in a local pumpkin patch.
"Spike" - everyone gets excited when Snoopy's brother Spike comes for a visit. Charlie Brown and the rest of the kids think Spike will be able to tackle the cat next door and set him straight even though they've never seen Spike.
As far as "Peanuts" specials go, LUCY MUST BE TRADED, CHARLIE BROWN is average. Other than being "Peanuts," there's nothing special or extraordinary about it. The episode of THE CHARLIE BROWN AND SNOOPY SHOW found on TEAM SNOOPY is just as good or not better than the tv special included.
I'm not really sure why Warner Brothers decided to call this release TEAM SNOOPY. Snoopy plays a role in LUCY MUST BE TRADED, CHARLIE BROWN, but Lucy is the main focus.Read more ›
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Cant loose with any Peanut show. There all good and brings back memories.Published 2 months ago by fuzzy
it was a gift for a friend it arrived on time and she LOVES the moviePublished 4 months ago by rob van der vossen
I haven't examined all the cartoons, but as a fan of Snoopy I enjoyed what I saw. And I'm 88 years old, which goes to say that this is a DVD for all ages.Published on October 14, 2013 by joe
I love anything Snoopy related so I bought this wanting to see more of Snoopy's funny adventures.
If you like some of the older stuff then get this. I loved it!
I am rediscovering The Peanuts and Charlie Brown with my 4 and 2 year old boys who love them. It is a definite must for our Peanuts DVD collection I have started.Published on February 20, 2013 by melinny2007
What could be better than a "Peanuts" movie? This is one of my favorites and it doesn't age with the times.Published on February 9, 2013 by AmiableFolly
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