Bill Melendez

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VIDEO: Episode 18

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Episode 18
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Length: 14:13:42
Aired: 10/12/1985

Segment 1: "The Play." Charlie Brown writes a term paper and relates what happened at the previous year's Christmas play. Segment 2: "Sweet Baboo." It's Valentine's Day, but no one gets a Valentine from the person they wanted except for Snoopy and Woodstock, of course. Segment 3: "Snoopy's Story." Peppermint Patty writes an essay about Snoopy and then is chosen to read her paper in front of the whole school. watch

VIDEO: Episode 17

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Episode 17
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Length: 14:18:34
Aired: 10/5/1985

Segment 1: "Schooldays." The trials and tribulations of Peppermint Patty in School, even after Marcie tries to avise her on how to get better grades. Segment 2: "Snoopy's Trick." Charlie Brown has had enough of Snoopy's tricks and demands, so he attempts to get Snoopy to "shape up." Segment 3: "Snoopy's Flight." Schroeder takes a plane flight to music camp but he makes the mistake of using Lucy as his travel agent. watch

VIDEO: Episode 18

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Episode 18
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Length: 23:00
Aired: 1/1/1983

Episode shorts include "The Play," "Sweet Babboo," and "Snoopy's Story." watch

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A Charlie Brown Christmas
The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show Season 1
A Boy Named Charlie Brown

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Year Title Description
2010 Charlie Brown Christmas TV Show Series, Producer
2010 Charlie Brown Christmas TV Show Series, Director
2010 Happy New Year, Charlie Brown TV Show Series, Director - (New Year)
2010 Happy New Year, Charlie Brown TV Show Series, Voice - Snoopy/Woodstock
2010 Happy New Year, Charlie Brown TV Show Series, Producer

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I've loved A Charlie Brown ...

Question: I've loved A Charlie Brown Christmas since I was a kid, but it wasn't until I grew up that I appreciated it for its quirkiness, especially given when it was made. How did Hollywood people ever come up with something that different on mainstream TV? Thanks for your thoughts, and I love the column.


Answer: The short answer: They didn't. But you know you'll never get away with that short an answer from me, and the people who write in to yell at me for being verbose wouldn't have anything to get worked up about if I ended it there, now would they?

Lee Mendelson, the young man (he was just 30) who convinced Charles Schulz to work with him after the "Peanuts" creator had turned down many an industry type, was from Burlingame, Calif., near San Francisco. So when Mendelson called Schulz on his Sebastopol ranch in 1963 to propose doing a do read more

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