Charlie Brown, Linus, Peppermint Patty, and Marcie travel to France as foreign exchange students. Also along is Snoopy and Woodstock. While everyone is excited about the opportunity to travel to a foreign country, Charlie is disturbed by a letter he receives from a mysterious girl from France who invites him as her guest only to find that he does not seem welcomed to her chateau.Written by
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When Linus screams as the château goes on fire, he has Charlie Brown's "scream" by Peter Robbins, first heard in A Boy Named Charlie Brown (1969), and used as a stock "scream" for Charlie Brown (especially whenever he fails to kick Lucy's football) and the rest of the Peanuts gang in countless specials and all four "Peanuts" movies. See more »
When Charlie Brown sneezes while holding the broken bread, he throws the bread into the air but the pieces of the bread do not fall back down. Additionally, the cashier hands over the bread without charging Charlie Brown on either occasion. See more »
[in a classroom]
Quiet, everybody! We have two new students here that I'd like to have you meet. They are exchange students from Europe. It is my great honor to introduce to you Babette and Jacques.
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When this movie aired on Cartoon Network in the 1990s, the popular songs Snoopy listened to in the pub were replaced with generic instrumental tunes, most likely due to music rights. See more »
This movie aired today on a local WB affiliate and I really enjoyed it. It's interesting to see Charlie Brown and Linus get involved with spooky mysterious things going on (similar to the Scooby-Doo format). It was nice to learn about the history of Charlie Brown's family. Also, it was an exciting scene when they had to save Linus from a burning building. This is one of Charlie Brown's best films.
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