Someday You'll Find Her, Charlie Brown (1981)

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Charlie Brown and Linus go in search of a girl seen in the audience of a sport event.

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Cast overview:
Grant Wehr ...
Charlie Brown (voice)
Jennifer Gaffin ...
Little Girl (Mary Jo) (voice)
Rocky Reilly ...
Linus van Pelt (voice) (as Earl Reilly)
Melissa Strawmyer ...
Teenager (voice) (as Melissa Strawmeyer)
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Loretta (voice)
Bill Melendez ...
Snoopy / Woodstock (voice)
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After Charlie Brown spots a girl briefly shown in a sports event broadcasting, he is smitten enough to go in search of her with the help of Linus. Unfortunately in his search, he has his usual amount of luck. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@execulink.com>

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30 October 1981 (USA)  »

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With only four (Charlie Brown, Linus, Snoopy, and Woodstock), this Peanuts special features the second least number of major characters. (What a Nightmare, Charlie Brown has the least, with two.) See more »

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Linus van Pelt: [after Linus rings the doorbell, the first girl does not turn out to be pretty] Yes?
[Linus stammers, Charlie Brown signals to him she is not the one]
Linus van Pelt: My friend out there has fallen madly in love with you.
Loretta: [smiles] Ooh!
Linus van Pelt: And he would like to meet you.
Loretta: Yes!
[Charlie Brown goes nervous]
Linus van Pelt: My friend says he saw you at last week's game - a honey shot.
Loretta: Well! Where is this lothario?
Linus van Pelt: Is this the girl, Charlie Brown?
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Followed by Charlie Brown's Christmas Tales (2002) See more »

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Sung by Becky Reardon
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You're a stalker, Charlie Brown
11 February 2011 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

Charlie Brown enlists Linus' assistance to help him find a pretty little girl he spotted in the crowd in a televised football game. The key problem with this particular Peanuts romp is that it unfortunately lacks the sweet warmth and sharp wit of your standard Peanuts outing. Instead some of the humor comes across as rather mean-spirited (one particular gag involving a homely buck-toothed girl seems downright cruel). Moreover, Charlie's obsession and infatuation with the girl is more creepy and unnerving than funny and appealing. Linus stealing said girl away from Charlie at the end also leaves a really foul aftertaste in one's mouth. Fortunately, the always entertaining comic antics of Snoopy and Woodstock prevent this show from being a total wash-out, with Snoopy facing up to a nasty and fearsome bobcat rating as the definite gut-busting highlight. Moreover, Charlie's chronic shyness makes him fairly likable and one can certainly identify with his awkwardness when it comes to dealing with the ladies. The jaunty score by Ed Bogas and Judy Munsen keeps things bouncing along, the whole program moves at a quick pace, and the lightweight tone ensures that this TV special overall sizes up as a decent enough diversion. Okay, but could have been a lot better.


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