Happy New Year Charlie Brown
Happy New Year Charlie Brown
Happy New Year, Charlie Brown! is the thirtieth energized TV exceptional dependent on the Peanuts funny cartoon made by Charles M. Schulz. It previously disclosed on CBS on January 1, 1986. The uncommon is right now accessible on the I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown DVD.
A Charlie Brown Christmas
Christmas excursion is just a couple of minutes away, and Charlie Brown is camped up for it. Be that as it may, his emotions change when his instructor relegates a book report on War and Peace, by Leo Tolstoy. As school lets out, Charlie Brown and Linus choose to let out their resentment regarding the instructor’s choice. Linus chooses to take his annoyance out by tossing a snowball at his sister Lucy and Patty, however it flies past both, and hits the storage compartment of a close by tree. Lucy, realizing her sibling would attempt this sort of stunt, packs a major snowball and moves it like a bowling ball, thumping both Linus and Charlie Brown down observe title card.
Charlie Brown whines to Linus he will always be unable to complete the book and compose a paper on it over get-away, yet Linus attempts to persuade him to understand it. Simply at that point, the telephone rings, and it is Peppermint Patty welcoming Charlie Brown to her New Year’s gathering, yet Charlie Brown says he needs to peruse his book. Peppermint Patty says it is a kid ask-young lady party, however Charlie Brown continues demanding he needs to peruse his book. Sally needs Linus to take her to the gathering, and Lucy anticipates that a specific piano player should take her, and she additionally reports she has selected every other person in a move class.
In the desire for learning the plot of War and Peace quicker, Charlie Brown goes to a store and inquires as to whether they have War and Peace as a comic book, a record, a tape or tape, a PC game or a film strip, yet the store doesn’t have any of those things.
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Charlie Brown returns home to peruse his book, however abruptly recalls the move class. When Charlie Brown arrives, he gets diverted by Peppermint Patty and starts hitting the dance floor with her. (“Slow, Slow, Quick! Fast! (Doin’ the Foxtrot) Sally asks Charlie Brown again when Linus will take her to the gathering. He and Lucy are caught up with exploding inflatables for the gathering, yet their younger sibling Rerun blows square inflatables. He takes a stab at showing Rerun how to appropriately to explode inflatables, yet without much of any result.
In the interim, Lucy inquires as to whether he’s taking her to the gathering, or not. He at that point says, “Artists don’t move. Anyway, I’ll be playing the piano at the gathering,” which signifies “no.” Charlie Brown at that point chooses he is making an over the top get worked up about his book, that he will have the option to come to Peppermint Patty’s gathering all things considered, and will take the Little Red-Haired Girl.
He at that point heads toward the Little Red-Haired Girl’s home with Linus to place a greeting in her mail opening, welcoming her to the gathering. He stalls out via the post office space yet she doesn’t react to all the clamor he makes, so he expect she wouldn’t like to accompany him.
Charlie Brown takes his book to the gathering, so he can peruse it during the night. The kids play a game of seat juggling. Peppermint Patty sings an a game of seat juggling melody during the game. Inevitably, she and Charlie Brown are the main ones remaining, yet at the absolute a second ago, she beats him.
Charlie Brown goes outside to peruse his book subsequent to sharing root hold on for Lucy. He starts perusing, at that point nods off as it starts snowing. Every other person is watching the Times Square Ball drop on TV, when there is a thump on the entryway. It is Heather, the Little Red-Haired Girl, who Linus welcomes at that point requests that her hit the dance floor with him.
Charlie Brown awakens at 12 PM, because of everybody singing “Days of yore”. Peppermint Patty at that point hollers at Charlie Brown, saying because of him dozing, she was the just one remaining solitary at 12 PM. Before Charlie Brown can reply, Sally comes over and hollers at him that she didn’t get the opportunity to hit the dance floor with Linus, her Sweet Babboo, similar to she needed to; on the grounds that Linus was too bustling hitting the dance floor with the Little Red-Haired Girl. That stuns Charlie Brown, who finds that the Little Red Haired Girl was at the gathering and he missed her. Charlie Brown at that point goes out the entryway to check whether he can even now
Toward the finish of the extraordinary, Charlie Brown gets back his report on War and Peace. He gets an evaluation of D-short, in light of the fact that the educator says that “it would appear that it was composed after 12 PM on the most recent day of Christmas excursion”, which it was. Linus then gets ready Charlie Brown for his next task, understanding Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky, making him black out in his work area.
This is the second uncommon in which the Little Red-Haired Girl shows up, after first showing up in It’s Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown. In the two specials she is given the name Heather and appears to be identical.
War and Peace was Schulz’s preferred book.
The exceptional is committed, “To The Loving Memory of Bernie Gruver”, a creator on different Peanuts specials who kicked the bucket of pneumonia preceding its discharge.
Regardless of the exceptional airing in 1986, the copyright date is 1985.
Regardless of having no talking parts, Rerun shows up in the exceptional, for the most part in the scene where he helps Linus and Lucy explode inflatables for the New Year’s gathering. All endeavors fizzle, as he winds up blowing the inflatables to where they look like blocks rather than circles.
The part where Linus shows Rerun how to explode inflatables is enlivened by the funny cartoon story line that initially kept running from December 20 through December 24, 1954.
Happy New Year, Charlie Brown show Thursday, December 27 at 8/7 on ABC. It will be trailed by She’s a Good Skate, Charlie Brown.
The 1986 occasion extraordinary highlights the whole Peanuts group as they celebrate the New Year. Peppermint Patty and Marcie are setting up a gathering, while Charlie Brown will go through the night perusing Tolstoy’s War and Peace. However, subsequent to welcoming the Little Red-Haired Girl, Charlie Brown chooses to go to the gathering all things considered.
Happy New Year, Charlie Brown is the 30th Peanuts vivified unique and highlights the voices of Chad Allen as Charlie Brown, Jeremy Miller as Linus, Melissa Guzzi as Lucy, Kristie Baker as Peppermint Patty, and Jason Mendelson as Marcie.
This unique is one of numerous that Violet and Patty are diminished to quiet appearances. These two characters (among others like Shermy, Pig Pen, and Frieda) were noticeable in the prior specials, for example, It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) and A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965), however were eliminated with the presentation of Peppermint Patty and Marcie.
Chad Allen: Charlie Brown
Jeremy Miller: Linus van Pelt
Melissa Guzzi: Lucy van Pelt
Kristie Baker: Peppermint Patty
Elizabeth Lyn Fraser: Sally Brown
Aron Mandelbaum: Schroeder
Jason Mendelson: Marcie
Bill Melendez: Snoopy and Woodstock
Desirée Goyette: Singer (“Slow Quick”)
Franklin, the Little Red-Haired Girl, Patty, Pig-Pen, Rerun, and Violet show up yet are quiet.
While every one of the children are happy that they get downtime for Christmas excursion, (some way or another just) Charlie Brown is made to compose a book report on War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy. There is one significant interruption at the forefront of his thoughts, the huge New Year’s gathering every one of his companions are visiting, with Peppermint Patty constantly persuading him to visit. Charlie has a go at welcoming the object of his wants, the Little Red-Haired Girl, however gets his hand trapped via the post office space. With the gathering at the forefront of his thoughts, he endeavors to attempt to discover another approach to compose the report, in any event, setting off to a book shop to discover a book recording and PC round of, everything without much of any result. While at the gathering, he attempts to complete the book on the entryway patio of the house, however nods off and misses the clock’s striking of 12 PM yet is more crushed to discover that Linus wound up hitting the dance floor with the Little Red-Haired Girl, who appeared all things considered. Toward the finish of the uncommon, Charlie hands his book report to the instructor, and gets a D short. Regardless of the terrible score, Charlie Brown is pleased that he endeavored and kept away from an inside and out disappointment. In any case, the instructor declares that the whole class will be made to peruse and write about Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment, and Charlie Brown has returned to his standard thing “For hell’s sake!” mode, however implicitly.