In this CBS animated miniseries of eight episodes, the Peanuts gang (created by Charles M. Schulz) visit important events in United States history. The episodes were: "The Mayflower ... See full summary »
As they begin their journey home from their student exchange term, Charlie Brown and the gang find themselves sidetracked. They have severe car trouble and more importantly, they pass by various monuments to World Wars I and II. With Linus guiding them through these memorials, they learn about the events of the wars and the sacrifices required of the troops who fought them. Written by
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When Charlie Brown gets in the car after he first injures his hand while cranking the Car at the Rent a car place, Linus is in the back seat, but when they leave the Rent A Car Place and Run into the French Girl on the bike, Linus is in the Front seat See more »
Linus van Pelt:
Listen to this. When the first units of the 116th Infantry tried to land, they were met by a hail of fire. Within minutes of the ramps being lowered, one company was desolate. The assault on Omaha Beach was a shambles. The engineers assigned to clear the beach of obstacles suffered appalling losses, few of their surviving teams landed in the right places. For their heroic effort the engineers suffered 41 casualties. Meanwhile assault groups were being pinned down on the beach. As the tide crept...
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The ending to "Bon Voyage Charlie Brown" you didn't know about.
I remember seeing this TV special a few years back. What's cool about this one is it's told by Charlie Brown who explains to his sister Sally, what he and his friends did after they left that manor from "Bon Voyage Charlie Brown".
As they travel more around France they end up at a Memorial of WW1. And shows some footage of the French, English and Americans fighting against the Germans back in WW1.
This TV special has educational value and some emotional parts to it.
It's been so long since the last time I've seen it. I hope to see it again someday.
It's more of a sequel than an Average Charlie Brown Cartoon.
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