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Bring Me the Head of Charlie Brown (1986)

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Charlie Brown is on the run from the Peanuts Gang after the Great Pumpkin puts a bounty on his head in this wild animated student short by Jim Reardon.



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Cast overview:
Etienne Badillo ...
Charlie Brown (voice)
Charlie Brown / Narration (voice)
Mike Reardon ...
Charlie Brown / Additional Voices (voice)
Charlie Brown (voice) (archive footage)
Ethan Kanfer ...
Linus Van Pelt (voice) (as Nate Kanfer)
Lucy Van Pelt / Additional Voices (voice)
Great Pumpkin (voice)
Ed Bell ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Broose Johnson ...
Additional Voices (voice) (as Bruce Johnson)


The Great Pumpkin puts a bounty on Charlie Brown's head, and as a consequence, the rest of the Peanuts Gang proceed to kill Charlie Brown in various ways (from Lucy having Charlie Brown kick an explosive football, to Linus strangling him with his blanket, to Snoopy chomping off his arm which held a Peppermint Patty candy), until finally, a Rambo/Schwarzenegger-like Charlie Brown goes postal and mass chaos ensues! Written by John Cassidy <>

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The closing credit "'Charlie Brown' - The Platters" is incorrect, with the song playing over the credits being the Coasters' hit recording of "Charlie Brown", a song the Platters are not known to have recorded. See more »


Narration: Also starring Snoopy and the Red Baron,
[Snoopy and his doghouse are shot by gunfire]
Narration: ... Peppermint Patty
[Charlie Brown shows a peppermint patty to the audience, which Snoopy bites, in turn his arm is bitten, Charlie Brown screams and his bitten arm gushes blood]
Narration: ... and the Kite Eating Tree
[the tree falls on him]
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A disclaimer in the ending credits reads: The creator of this picture wishes to state that he does not in any way wish to tarnish or demean the beloved characters of Charles M. "Dutch" Schulz's comic-strip, "Peanuts". No malice or damage to their goodwill was intended. So please don't sue me, because it will drag through the courts for years, and I haven't got a lawyer - and besides, you've already got half the money in the world, and I haven't got any. OK? See more »


Spoofs Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985) See more »


Charlie Brown
Performed by The Coasters
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Hilarious. 100 percent laugh riot.
11 August 2005 | by (Orlando, Florida) – See all my reviews

This short created by Jim Reardon (who wrote episodes for TINY TOON ADVETURES), pokes fun out of the Peanuts cartoons. As one person who commented on it at Internet Movie Database saying it was "The Ultimate Peanuts Parody". the voices don't sound like the ones in the cartoons we usually watch, they sound like adults. Charlie Brown's voice sounds foreign, and Lucy sounds like John Wayne! When Charlie Brown screams, you don't hear "AAAUUUGGGHH!!!" you hear a man screaming in extreme pain! This short references another student film called Snookles (made around at the same year of this short). The King of the Monsters appears cameo in this short (referencing the Coca Cola commercial around the time of GODZILLA 1985 and BAMBI VS GODZILLA see the tail). There are a lot of other cameos including Rocky, Richard Simmons, Popeye and Micky Mouse. This film should be shown on the Spike and Mike Sick and Twisted Film Festival or should be released on DVD by Fred Olen Ray's Retromedia or Something Weird. This is a great film for aspiring film-makers and for anyone to get into the animation business. Rated PG-13 for violence and gore.

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