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Release Date:
11 March 1973 (USA) See more »
Charlie Brown's last chance to salvage his grades seems doomed when he confuses a supermarket for an art gallery he has to do a paper on. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Chad Webber ... Charlie Brown (voice)
Robin Kohn ... Lucy (voice)
Stephen Shea ... Linus (voice)

Hilary Momberger ... Sally (voice)
Jimmy Ahrens ... Marcie (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Todd Barbee ... Franklin (voice) (uncredited)
Christopher DeFaria ... Patricia 'Peppermint Patty' Reichardt (voice) (uncredited)
Vince Guaraldi ... Joe Cool Singer (voice) (uncredited)
Bill Melendez ... Snoopy (voice) (uncredited)

Directed by
Bill Melendez 
Writing credits
Charles M. Schulz (created and written by)

Produced by
Bill Melendez .... producer
Lee Mendelson .... producer
Original Music by
Vince Guaraldi 
Film Editing by
Robert T. Gillis 
Chuck McCann  (as Charles McCann)
Rudy Zamora Jr.  (as Rudy Zamora)
Camera and Electrical Department
Tony Rivetti .... camera operator
Music Department
Vince Guaraldi .... musician
John Scott Trotter .... music supervisor
Other crew
Carole Barnes .... graphic blandishment
Ellie Bogardus .... graphic blandishment
Evert Brown .... graphic blandishment
Bob Carlson .... graphic blandishment
Bernard Gruver .... graphic blandishment
Sam Jaimes .... graphic blandishment
Faith Kovaleski .... graphic blandishment
Joanne Lansing .... graphic blandishment
Adele Lenart .... graphic blandishment
Ed Levitt .... graphic blandishment
Bill Littlejohn .... graphic blandishment
Warren Lockhart .... president: Charles M. Schulz Creative Development Corp.
Don Lusk .... graphic blandishment
Joice Lee Marshall .... graphic blandishment
Al Pabian .... graphic blandishment
Beverly Robbins .... graphic blandishment
Phil Roman .... graphic blandishment
Rod Scribner .... graphic blandishment
Dawn Smith .... graphic blandishment
Frank Smith .... graphic blandishment
Hank Smith .... graphic blandishment
Dean Spille .... graphic blandishment
Eleanor Warren .... graphic blandishment
Carla Washburn .... graphic blandishment
Manon Washburn .... graphic blandishment
Debbie Zamora .... graphic blandishment

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USA:24 min
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This marks the debut of the character of Marcie in the animated specials. She appeared in the comics for the first time in 1968.See more »
[first lines]
Sally:[wakes up] My alarm clock didn't go off!
[she takes her alarm clock and shakes it and goes to the kitchen to Charlie Brown]
Sally:Maybe I wound it too tight. Sometimes if you wind an alarm clock too tight, it won't go off.
Charlie Brown:We're all a little that way.
[Sally and Charlie Brown walk to school]
Charlie Brown:You're really something, do you know that? I've never seen anyone who is so uptight about school. Why do you just relax?
[Sally is standing on her desk at school in the next scene]
Sally:[confused] Who can relax?
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Followed by Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown? (1983) (TV)See more »


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It's FieldTrip Time, 14 December 2013
Author: AaronCapenBanner from North America

Ninth animated special based on the Charles M. Schulz specials is about how Charlie Brown and his friends are having a tough time learning in school, so are taken on a field trip to write a report about an art gallery, but Charlie and some friends become confused and mistake a neighboring grocery store as the art gallery, and are confused about the cheap prices and strange art...Meanwhile, new girl Marcie is most persistent in making sure Peppermint Patty doesn't forget to be her field trip buddy, but gets to know Charlie Brown instead! Marcie's debut is the best thing about this one, being a likable and appealing original, otherwise merely adequate tale, but does have a nice ending.

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