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A Boy Named Charlie Brown (TV special)

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A Boy Named Charlie Brown (TV special)

A Boy Named Charlie Brown
Genre Animated TV Special
Created by Charles M. Schulz
Voices of Peter Robbins
Christopher Shea
Karen Mendelson
Kathy Steinberg
Sally Dryer
Ann Altieri
Tracy Stratford
Chris Doran
Geoffrey Ornstein
Bill Melendez
Theme music composer Vince Guaraldi
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) Lee Mendelson
Running time 30 minutes
First shown in 1963 (Unaired)
Followed by A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)

A Boy Named Charlie Brown is an unreleased television documentary film about Charles M. Schulz and his creation Peanuts, produced by Lee Mendelson with some animated scenes by Bill Meléndez and music by Vince Guaraldi.

Although never aired on television, this 30-minute 1963 documentary was instrumental in garnering commercial support and the creative teamwork that resulted in A Charlie Brown Christmas in 1965 and the ensuing series of Peanuts television specials. Portions of the film were used in commercials for A Charlie Brown Christmas in 1965.

An album by the Vince Guaraldi Trio with music from the above documentary, originally titled Jazz Impressions of a Boy Named Charlie Brown, was released in by Fantasy Records in 1964.

The documentary is available on DVD through the Charles M. Schulz Museum.

Voice cast

5, 3 and 4 have cameo appearances but are silent.

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Charles M. Schulz Museum store

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