Introducing WOODSTOCK The Newest Member of the Peanuts Gang
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Did You Know?
While hailed as a classic today, "Snoopy Come Home" was a box-office failure in its original release. Produced on a budget of $1,000,000, it only grossed $245,073 at the box office. This was because Cinema Center Films was being shut down by CBS by this time, and the film thusly had anemic marketing. As a result, this film was the final release of Cinema Center FIlms. See more
When the young girl is writing her letter, she writes two lines, then sucks on her pencil. When she goes back to writing, she writes the second line again. See more
[Charlie Brown picks up a rock from the beach, and throws it into the water
Nice going, Charlie Brown. It took that rock 4,000 years to get to shore, and now you've thrown it back.
Everything I do makes me feel guilty.
At the end, just as an annoyed Charlie Brown exits stage left, Snoopy and Woodstock are still on top of Snoopy's doghouse, with Woodstock typing the closing credits (which appear over/around the two in typewriter text) on Snoopy's typewriter and Snoopy directing him like a music conductor. In a similar manner to A Boy Named Charlie Brown
(1969), as Woodstock types the credits, the film's crew members, corresponding to the names in the credits, appear in groups in the background. See more
Followed by The Peanuts Movie
At the Beach
Performed by Orchestra and Chorus
Music and Lyrics by Richard M. Sherman
and Robert B. Sherman See more