Start your engines! It's motocross season, and competing against the likes of Peppermint Patty and the daredevil Masked Marvel (a.k.a. Snoopy) can intimidate anyone. But if Charlie Brown -- tagged with the unlucky number 13 -- can keep the pace slow and steady (and hold on to his helmet), he might just win the race. It's fast and furious fun right up to the finish line of this wonderful 1975 Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Children's Special, now remastered in a deluxe edition. Special features include another special, You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown, and an all-new featurette, Dust Yourself Off and Pick Yourself Up, Charlie Brown.
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Another Story Featuring the Gang: You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown; ; Hard work and Team Spirit are what Charlie Brown needs for Decathlon Victory, but this Junior Olympian had better keep his eyes on the track to win; ; All-New Featurette ; ; Dust Yourself Off and Pick Yourself Up, Charlie Brown: How Charles Schulz' Son Craig's Lifelong passion for Dirt Biking inspired this special
Disc #1 -- You're A Good Sport Charlie Brown Features Play All You're A Good Sport, Charlie Brown You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown Special Features Dust Yourself Off and Pick Yourself Up, Charlie Brown Trailers Play All It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown Peanuts Holiday Tom and Jerry Tales Vol 6 Scooby-Doo Where Are You? Vol 1 Languages Spoken Languages English Português Japanese Subtitles English (for the Hearing Impaired) Français Portuguese Chinese Japanese Thai
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