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Snoopy (Character)
from Snoopy Come Home (1972)

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Snoopy: The Musical (1988) (TV)
[first lines]
Snoopy: It's nice to know that there are some things in life that you can count on, like that leaf over there on that tree. I can go to sleep and I know when I wake up, that leaf will still be there.

Snoopy: A V.I.P. YES! Very important pup!

Snoopy: [reading his letter from the publishing company where he sent his story to] Dear Contributor: We are returning your stupid story. Give up! You are a terrible writer. Why do you bother us? We wouldn't use one of your stories if you paid us. Drop dead! Never send us another story! Get lost! Signed, the Editors.
Snoopy: It's just a Xerox form. But tomorrow, we start on a trilogy!

Charlie Brown: [reading a letter to Snoopy about his promotion to head beagle] Well, I'll be.
[hands the letter to Linus, who also reads it]
Linus van Pelt: Well, I'll be!
Charlie Brown: Who else do you know whose dog's just been promoted to head beagle?
Lucy van Pelt: Head beagle? That stupid dog can't be promoted to head beagle! He'll bring ruination upon the country! He'll destroy us all! He's inept, he's incompetent, he's...
Snoopy: Hmph! If you don't mind, the head beagle would like to be alone to prepare his acceptance speech!
[hops off his dog house and kicks it]
Charlie Brown: I recognize that kick. That's the kick of someone who'd like to be alone to prepare his acceptance speech.
Snoopy: I don't think that's an unreasonable request.
Charlie Brown: And considers that a reasonable request.
Lucy van Pelt: Weird!
[She, Linus, and Charlie Brown leave]
Snoopy: [proudly] Just think - head beagle! I wish I knew where Mom was. Beautiful moments are meant to be shared.

Snoopy: There are a lot of things that the round-headed kid and his friends do that I don't quite understand. I've noticed lately, that he and the one they call Peppermint Patty, spend a lot of time sitting under that tree over there. I wonder what they talk about?

Charlie Brown: It must be nice to be believed in.
Snoopy: It is.
Linus van Pelt: Wouldn't it be wonderful if everybody believed in everybody?
Charlie Brown: Beginning with me.

Snoopy: I spend a lot of my time lying here on the doghouse. That's because the round-headed kid and his friends spend a lot of their days in school. I often wonder what they do there all day.

Snoopy: Sit up, lie down, roll over, play dead? What I need is a change. My life has become a bore. Everything's the same, day in, day out. I need - a change.

Snoopy: [after Woodstock crashes into a wall, off screen] Either Woodstock is a lousy flyer, or his blood sugar is low.

Snoopy: What a beautiful day this is, Woodstock!
[Woodstock chuckles, then Snoopy]
Snoopy: Y-y-yes, the clouds are beautiful. Look at all those different shapes.

Snoopy: [typing] I... T... IT! Sometimes we writers take hours finding exactly the right word.

Snoopy: Sometimes, when you're a great writer, the words come so fast you can hardly put them down on paper.

Snoopy: I, too, could've gone to school and become educated. I could've studied "The Odyssey", and "Lord Jim", and "Bleak House". But just because I'm a dog, they say I can't go to their stupid school. On the other hand, when they need a shortstop, then they don't seem to mind that I'm a dog. In fact, being a dog can sometimes be a distinct advantage.

Snoopy: [singing] I'm gonna be the Big Bow Wow. Wait'll they see the old dog now. Stealing the show, my mom wouldn't know her pup!

Snoopy: [singing as he types] It, it, it, it... it was a dark and stormy morning... oh...
[rips the paper out]
Snoopy: pat, flat, trite!
[puts in another sheet and tries again]
Snoopy: It was a dark and stormy evening...
[lightning flashes]
Snoopy: It was a dark and stormy night, night? Right! When suddenly a shot was heard... a shot was fired? When suddenly a shot rang out!
[gun shot]
Snoopy: Rang out? Inspired! A door slammed, the maid screamed...
[Woodstock screams]
Snoopy: That's building suspense... when suddenly, a pirate ship appears on the horizon!
[some water douses Woodstock]
Snoopy: Appears? Appeared... past tense! While millions of people were starving, while millions of people were starving, while millions of people were starving - what? The kiiiiiiing lived in luuuuuuuxury-y-y-y-y-y-y-y-y-y-y-yyyyyyy!

Snoopy: [singing as he types] A light snow was falling, and the little girl... small? No little, no small, no - ! The little girl, with a tattered shawl, had not sold a flower all day.
Snoopy: Should she be selling matches? No, flowers.
Snoopy: A violet, let's say, she had not sold a vi-o-let all day!

Snoopy: [singing as he types] At the very moment, a young intern was making an important discovery. The mysterious patient in Room 23 had suddenly awakened. She moaned softly. Could it be? That she was the sister of the boy in Kansas, who loved the girl with the tattered shawl, who was the daughter of the maid, who escaped from the pirates! The intern frowned. That has a good ring to it!
[we hear a dinging sound]
Snoopy: See how neatly it all fits together?
Charlie Brown: What about the king?
[Snoopy glares at him as Charlie Brown turns red]

Snoopy: [singin] Bigger than Rin Tin Tin and Lassie, Bigger than Benji, twice as classy. Let 'em eat steak, It's time that I take my booooooooow!
Snoopy: Yes sir!
[singing as he starts prancing offstage]
Snoopy: Sandy can throw in the towel. Snoopy, it's your night to hoooooooooowl. Now I'm the Biiiiiiig Bow Wow, Wow, Wow, Wow, Wow, Wooooooooow! Oh yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeah!

The Peanuts Movie (2015)
[from trailer]
[Charlie Brown stands up for himself until the music stops]
Charlie Brown: Huh?
[Snoopy pops in and waves at the audience as the theme song starts]
Charlie Brown: Hey!
Snoopy: Hehehe.
Charlie Brown: Snoopy!
[Snoopy walks away, then as Charlie Brown is about to say something in the audience, Snoopy jumps up in front of him]
Snoopy: Hahaha!
[He runs away, then he appeared on the right side]
Snoopy: Hehe!
[Snoopy spins around Charlie Brown, making him dizzy]
Charlie Brown: Woah, woah, woah! Woah.
Snoopy: Hahahahahahahaha!
Charlie Brown: Good grief.

[from trailer]
Woodstock: Hehehehehehehehe! Hahahahahahahahaha!
[he gets grabbed by Snoopy]
Woodstock: Huh?
[Snoopy jumps and places Woodstock on top of his doghouse, and Woodstock gets electrocuted like a Christmas light]
Snoopy: Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahah!

Charlie Brown: I can't believe I'm about to talk to the Little Red-Haired Girl.
[to Snoopy]
Charlie Brown: It's moments like this when you need your faithful friend.
[Charlie Brown walks up to the door, but hesitates and walks away. Snoopy goes after him and pushes him back to the doorway]
Charlie Brown: Yup. If there's one person you want at your side at a time like this, it's your loyal dog. Uhh... Uhhh... Ohhh.
[as he is about to ring a doorbell, he sighs, then Snoopy also sighs, then Snoopy rings the doorbell]
Charlie Brown: Aaaahhhhh!
Little Red-Haired Girl: [opening her front door to find no one here] Hello? Hello? Hmm.
Charlie Brown: [hiding in a tree bush] She said, "Hello!"
Snoopy: Ehh...

Charlie Brown: A dog doesn't try to give advice, or judge you; they just love you for who you are. It's nice to have someone who will just sit and listen to you.
Snoopy: Zzzzzzz...
Charlie Brown: Man's best friend.

[Snoopy and Woodstock are testing out a typewriter. Snoopy proceeds to hit the "O" key repeatedly]
Snoopy, Woodstock: Oooooo.

Sally Brown: Hey! What's going on? Turn it down! Turn it down in there!
Snoopy, Sally Brown: Huh?
Charlie Brown: She likes to dance.
Sally Brown: Ugh!

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (1985) (TV)
Snoopy: No one has ever called me... "Sugar Lips".

[last lines]
Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Sally Brown, Lucy van Pelt, Linus van Pelt, Schroeder: [singing] Happiness is morning and evening, daytime and nighttime too.
Charlie Brown: For happiness is anyone and anything at all that's loved by you.
Lucy van Pelt: [spoken] You're a good man, Charlie Brown.

Charlie Brown: [after Snoopy dances with his meal during "Suppertime" and Charlie silences him] Why can't you eat your meal quietly and calmly like any other normal dog?
Snoopy: So what's wrong with making meal time a joyous occasion?

A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) (TV)
Lucy Van Pelt: Here he comes! Attention, everyone, here's our director.
[Charlie Brown enters, while everyone applauds]
Snoopy: Whoooooooooooooooooooooo.
Charlie Brown: [sarcastically] Man's best friend.

Lucy Van Pelt: Snoopy, you'll have to be all the animals in our play. Can you be a sheep?
Snoopy: Baaa!
Lucy Van Pelt: How about a cow?
Snoopy: Moo!
Lucy Van Pelt: How about a penguin?
[Snoopy waddles like a penguin]
Lucy Van Pelt: Yes, he's even a good penguin.
Snoopy: Roar!
[Snoopy then fights like a boxer and jumps on Lucy's head, acting like a vulture]
Lucy Van Pelt: [throwing Snoopy off her head] No, no, no!
[Snoopy starts mocking Lucy]
Lucy Van Pelt: Listen, all of you! You've got to take direction! You've got to have discipline! You've got to have respect for your director!
[notices Snoopy]
Lucy Van Pelt: I oughta slug you!
Lucy Van Pelt: [Snoopy licks her face] Ugh! I've been kissed by a dog! I have dog germs! Get hot water! Get some disinfectant! Get some Iodine!
Snoopy: [Snoopy sticks out his tongue] Bleah!

He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown (1968) (TV)
Patty: [Snoopy's flying WWI flying ace and hiding watching the girls] After the show, we'll stop and get a hot-fudge sundae, okay?
Violet: Okay, fine.
Snoopy: [jumps out behind them] Bang! Bang!

I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown (2003) (TV)
Rerun Van Pelt: By the way. When somebody walks by, how do you decide if you should bark at him?
[Snoopy flips a coin and looks at it]
Snoopy: Woof.

It's a Mystery, Charlie Brown (1974) (TV)
Linus: Ashes to ashes, and dust to dust. Snoopy will find it, and find it he must.
Snoopy: [holding up a broom straw] Aha!
Lucy: That's a broom straw. So what?