The Peanuts gang, including Snoopy and Woodstock, have gone off to summer camp. After a few days of the usual summer-camp activities, they all take part in a rafting race. Battling treacherous rapids, wild animals, and bullies from a rival camp, the teams make their way downriver to the finish line. Written by
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Was the first movie to be released on the CED Videodisc format, in 1981. See more »
In some shots of the bus, the front wheel is in front of the door. In other shots, it's behind the door. See more »
[while traveling on a bus, Sally waves to a boy and girl outside, but the girl sticks her tongue out at her]
Did you see that? She stuck her tongue out at me! I waved at that little kid and she stuck her tongue out at me! Boy, if I could get off this bus, I'd go back there and punch her lights out!
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The Paramount Pictures logo appears over a pink background, as opposed to the usual blue background. See more »
A very positive and uncommonly pleasant Charlie Brown Film
This is a positive, enlightening film that, until recently I almost forgot about. It's significantly less static than most other Charlie Brown films and programs such as The Great Pumpkin, even though it has been edited and is less static now. Charlie Brown is actually now a kid who has a solid ego. It is after he discovers the cabin and spends the night is where he develops his most significant leadership qualities. This is not a commonly shown movie and other movies maintain the stereotype that Charlie Brown is a sorry sucker. This is a great movie for kids to watch because of it's character and originality. The movie doesn't a bad soundtrack, either. The songs are lively and pompous. In short I think this is one of the best family/kids movie I have ever seen and I'd recommend it to any fan of Charlie Brown movies.
Says, THE ENDING MAN
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