A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)

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Directed By Bill Melendez Starring Bill Melendez  •  Peter Robbins  •  Sally Dryer  •  Christopher Shea  •  Tracy Stratford Genres Animation  •  Based-on-Comics  •  Comedy  •  Family  •  Family-Oriented Comedy  •  Holiday Film  •  Made-for-Television  •  Short Film Studios &
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Charlie Brown
Release Info December 9, 1965
Color  •  25 minutes G Rated G
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Comments (3)

 
Nononsense

Nononsense on 11/16/2016 Reply  · 

The quintessential Christmas animation. The holiday season is incomplete without it.

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Eagleskywalker87

Eagleskywalker87 on 12/11/2017 Reply  · 

Hey, here’s an unpopular opinion. Christmas is too commercial but that shouldn't stop you from celebrating it. Am I right?

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Sinistar

Sinistar on 2/7/2019 Reply  · 

I love Christmas and I love Christmas specials, but I don't think this or Rudolph or Frosty should be on Flickchart. These are made-for-TV specials and they aren't feature length. Why are we comparing them to theatrical releases?

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