It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown (1977)

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Charlie Brown tries to impress his red-headed dream girl at a football game, but Lucy won't cooperate.



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Cast overview:
Arrin Skelley ...
Charlie Brown / Roy / Kid (voice)
Laura Planting ...
Daniel Anderson ...
Linus / Schroeder (voice)
Michelle Muller ...
Lucy / Heather - The Cute Little Red-Haired Girl (voice)
Ronald Hendrix ...
Franklin / Shermy / Pigpen (voice)


At the school homecoming, Charlie Brown learns that he is be the escort at the banquet for the red headed girl that he has pined for all his life. With that added pressure, he hopes to put in a good showing at the football where he is placekicker. Unfortunately, Lucy is supposed to hold the ball for him... Written by Kenneth Chisholm <>

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24 October 1977 (USA)  »

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This is the first time The Little Red-Headed Girl is seen. Charles Schulz, the creator of "Peanuts," was not involved in deciding how she would look or what her real name would be. See more »


Charlie Brown's team scores 14 points in the second half to bring the score from 21-6 to 21-20. To have scored the 14 points Charlie Brown would have to have successfully kicked 2 extra points, which would have meant that either Lucy didn't hold the ball for those two kicks or she didn't pull the ball away on those two kicks. See more »


Patricia "Peppermint Patty" Reichardt: [In the locker room at halftime] Hey Franklin, remember how you were asking me what the Xs and zeros meant?
Franklin: Yeah.
Patricia "Peppermint Patty" Reichardt: [Glaring at Charlie Brown] I know of at least one zero I can tell you about!
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Another Predictable Peanuts Cartoon
30 September 2009 | by (St. Louis Park, MN) – See all my reviews

I remember seeing "It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown" when it first aired in the 70s and to me it was interesting to see the little red haired girl, who is named Heather but never, ever seen in the comic strip.

But unfortunately like many of the Peanuts cartoons, it suffers from predictability, especially in the football game scenes when Charlie Brown is the kicker and Lucy is the holder who pulls the ball away. The gag was funny in A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving but becomes repetitive. And Charlie Brown, not Lucy takes the blame for losing the game. It just shows that I never liked Lucy in the cartoons. She's mean, bossy and a bully. It gets worse when she ridicules Charlie Brown at the homecoming dance.

However, the best scene is when Charlie Brown finally kisses the little red haired girl but unfortunately the next day, he doesn't remember anything that happened. It's a result of years of being bullied by Lucy and suffering from low self-esteem. It was something that he accomplished in his own life and he still felt depressed.

Of all the Peanuts cartoons that have aired, I would give it a major "Good grief!"

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