With Easter coming up, the gang is hard at work for get ready for the holiday. While Snoopy is shopping for a new home for Woodstock, Peppermint Patty is having a difficult time making Easter eggs with Marcie who hasn't the slightest idea of how to do that. Written by
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The song that the music boxes play (and which Peppermint Patty, Marcie, and Snoopy dance to) in the second scene in the mall is a classical piece written by Johann Sebastian Bach and entitled "Minuet from the Anna Magdalena Notebook (BWV Anh. 116.)." See more »
All the furniture in Woodstock's new birdhouse disappears when Snoopy breaks the birdhouse after his nose gets stuck. See more »
The Peanuts gang is preparing to celebrate Easter. Peppermint Patty and Marcie struggle to make Easter eggs, Snoopy tries to help Woodstock find a new home, and Linus is once again waiting on an enigmatic holiday figure. It's not the Great Pumpkin this time, though. It's the Easter Beagle. One guess on who that will turn out to be. Charlie Brown takes a backseat in this one, as his friends get most of the plot. It's a sweet, smart, funny cartoon, as all of the '60s and '70s Peanuts specials were. They're timeless really. Oh and the groovy soundtrack is a plus. It's not on par with the Christmas or Halloween classics, but it's still pretty good.
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