|James Ahrens||Voice Only|
|Lynn Mortensen||Voice Only|
|Vince Guaraldi||Score Composer|
|Lee Mendelson||Executive Producer|
|Charles M. Schulz||Screenwriter|
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The Peanuts gang celebrates the coming of spring in this animated TV special. Linus has promised all his friends that the Easter Beagle will soon be arriving to bring candy and colored eggs to the neighborhood children. Unfortunately, after his many miscalculations with the Great Pumpkin, not everyone is so sure that the holiday hound will actually show up. Meanwhile, Snoopy helps Woodstock find the birdhouse of his dreams, Peppermint Patty discovers teaching Marcie how to make Easter Eggs is no walk in the park, and Sally buys a new pair of shoes for spring. Originally aired on April 9, 1974, It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown was the twelfth in the long-running series of animated specials featuring the characters of Charles M. Schulz's popular comic strip.
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This was purchased for 'It's TheEaster Beagle, Charlie Brown' -- sonice to get the added bonus shortof 'It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown'.My favorite character in the entirePeanuts family is Woodstock, thebird, and the Easter story offers a little more about him. Not all Charlie Brown stories have my enthusiasm --this one does. It's a charming Easter tale, and yes, it turns out there really is an Easter beagle (of sorts!). There is no religious message to this tale -- and that is simply a report, information for anyone who is wondering about it.The story does revolve around Easter eggs and the Peanuts world,and is a charmer. The Arbor Day story, not usually known, gives us a glimpse of one of the customs that seems 'lost' in the educational system of today. This DVD is one to have. Both adults and children into the Peanuts world will enjoy it.