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You Don't Look 40, Charlie Brown

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You Don't Look 40, Charlie Brown

You Don't Look 40, Charlie Brown
Genre Animated TV special
Country of origin  United States
Original language(s) English
Running time 22 mins
Original channel CBS
Original release February 2, 1990
Preceded by It's Your 20th Television Anniversary, Charlie Brown
Followed by Good Grief, Charlie Brown: A Tribute to Charles Schulz

You Don't Look 40, Charlie Brown, the first Peanuts TV special of the 1990s, is one of many prime-time animated TV specials, based on characters from the Charles M. Schulz comic strip Peanuts. It originally aired on the CBS network on February 2, 1990. Hosted by Knots Landing star Michele Lee, this special includes a reunion of actors and actresses who voiced Peanuts characters from 1965 to 1989. Also included are a B.B. King performance of Joe Cool and clips from the seldom-seen 1973 Hallmark Hall of Fame live-action production of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. Unlike the other Peanuts anniversary specials before and after, this was the only one that was released to home video by Paramount Home Video.

Actors and actresses interviewed

  • Brad Kesten (Charlie Brown, 1981–1986)
  • Chad Allen (Charlie Brown, 1986)
  • Stuart Brotman (Peppermint Patty, 1975–1977)
  • Erin Chase (first girl to voice Charlie Brown, 1988–1989)
  • Sally Dryer (Lucy van Pelt, 1966–1968)
  • Robin Kohn (Lucy van Pelt, 1972–1973)
  • Jeremy Miller (Linus van Pelt, 1985–1986)
  • Geoffrey Ornstein (Pigpen, 1965)
  • Peter Robbins (original Charlie Brown, 1965–1970)
  • Heather Stoneman (Lucy van Pelt, 1984–1986)
  • Bill Melendez (Snoopy & Woodstock)

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