It's Halloween and, for Linus, that can only mean one thing: the Great Pumpkin is flying over all the pumpkin patches searching for the most sincere one to reward with treats. Linus will wait in the cold, with Sally and his security blanket to keep him company, hoping the Great Pumpkin will pick his. But where's Charlie Brown? He's busy getting ready for a party with the kids and trying to make the perfect ghost costume — unfortunately, our favorite blockhead not only gets rocks in his trick-or-treat bag, but he resembles a pumpkin more than a ghost. At least he hasn't gotten his costume dirty like Pig Pen, or been pestered by Lucy like Shroeder. Scary! Fear not, Snoopy is in on the fun too, his aviator goggles firmly in place. Also included are the bonus episodes "It's Magic, Charlie Brown" and "Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown." It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown originally aired on October 27th, 1966 and was nominated for an Emmy Award. It was later remastered in 2008.
"It's a Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" trailer. Airs on October 27, 2011 at 8pm EST. Check local listings at abc.com © Peanuts Worldwide LLC.
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Rulya Ard Mhacha Farley
YouTube deleted 'It's The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown' & right before Halloween. This is how much Google & YouTube care abt children, not all all. They only want money from us even tho they make sure they force us to watch plenty of their ads. Greedy, selfish, heartless, child hating, scumbags. Yes they sure are.
Rulya Ard Mhacha Farley
Yep. YouTube deleted 'It's The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown' & right before Halloween. This is how much Google & YouTube care abt children, not all all. They only want money from us even tho they make sure they force us to watch plenty of their ads. Greedy, selfish, heartless, child hating, scumbags.
Complaining doesn't change a thing only taking action does.
lol is steve axtell the narrator for this trailer?
I Have This On DVD That I've Had Since..........10-16-2012.......... "It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. (1966) - Remastered Deluxe Edition - Plus Mine DVD Also Includes A Bonus Peanuts TV Special - Peanuts, Pumpkins And Pleasure For The Whole Family!"................ Will This Years Halloween Be The One When The Great Pumpkin Comes? Longtime Believer Linus Van Pelt (With The Voice Of Christopher Shea) Thinks So - And Keeps Watch All Night In The Pumpkin Patch To Welcome Him. Charlie Brown (With The Voice Of Peter Robbins) Even Gets Into The Spooky Spirit Too, By Dressing Up As A Ghost With More Eyeholes Than Needed - But Not Scaring Up The Usual Kinds Of Halloween Loot When Trick-Or-Treating. Never Fear, World War 1 Fighting Ace Snoopy (With The Voice Of Bill Melendez) Is Here To Battle The Red Baron - And In Doing So, Crashes Violets (With The Voice Of Ann Altier) Halloween Party And Linus' Vigil As Well. Your Whole Family Will Be Glade It Crashed This Party - A Beloved Perennial Boasting A New Jack-O-Lantern Glow In This Remastered Deluxe Edition With Improved Picture And Audio. Good Grief, You Can't Help But Have A Happy Halloween!.............. Special Features: Another Story Featuring The Gang: "It's Magic, Charlie Brown" (1981) - Snoopy's Magic Act Goes Awry And Renders Charlie Brown Invisible - A Predicament That The Youngster Just Might Transform Into An Opportunity - Also All-Need Featurette...... "We Need A Blockbuster, Charlie Brown!" (2008)......... P.s I Usually "ONLY" Watch My Halloween Movies In The Month Of October Like This One Which I Call The Halloween Month Which Is Just About "EVERY YEAR!"..............
Dog lips!! 1
I love peanuts
Hard to sit through. So bad.
❤️ "Charlie Brown & The Gang" always brings sweet memories of childhood. 👍❤️😃
I can’t believe people would rate this poorly its a classic.
Chuck Norris does not kick ass and take names. In fact, Chuck Norris kicks ass and assigns the corpse a number. It is currently recorded to be in the billions.
I watch this every year like clockwork! I still love it!!
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In English grammar, certain verb forms are classified as auxiliary verbs. Exact definitions of this term vary; an auxiliary verb is generally conceived as one with little semantic meaning of its own, which modifies the meaning of another verb with which it co-occurs. In English, verbs are often classed as auxiliaries on the basis of certain grammatical properties, particularly as regards their syntax – primarily whether they participate in subject–auxiliary inversion, and can be negated by the simple addition of not after them. Certain auxiliaries have contracted forms, such as 'd and 'll for had/would and will/shall. There are also many contractions formed from the negations of auxiliary verbs, ending in n't (a reduced form of not). These latter contractions can participate in inversion as a unit (as in Why haven't you done it?, where the uncontracted form would be Why have you not done it?), and thus in a certain sense can be regarded as auxiliary verbs in their own right. For details about the verbs classed as modal auxiliaries, see English modal verbs.. Charlie, Brown, Snoopy, Great, Pumpkin, halloween,
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