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Bring Me the Head of Charlie Brown (1986)

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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Jim Reardon

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Jim Reardon
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Cast

Cast overview:
Etienne Badillo Etienne Badillo ... Charlie Brown (voice)
Rich Moore ... Charlie Brown / Narration (voice)
Mike Reardon Mike Reardon ... Charlie Brown / Additional Voices (voice)
William Holden ... Charlie Brown (voice) (archive footage)
Ethan Kanfer Ethan Kanfer ... Linus Van Pelt (voice) (as Nate Kanfer)
Bret Haaland ... Lucy Van Pelt / Additional Voices (voice)
Jeff Pidgeon ... Great Pumpkin (voice)
Ed Bell Ed Bell ... Additional Voices (voice)
Broose Johnson Broose Johnson ... Additional Voices (voice) (as Bruce Johnson)
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Storyline

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 <ryuuseipro@comcast.net>

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1986 (USA) See more »

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Mono
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Trivia

Charlie Brown's line "Happiness is a warm Uzi" is a spoof of Peanuts author Charles m. Schulz's famous quote "Happiness is a warm puppy" See more »

Goofs

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 »

Quotes

Narration: Sponsored by Madison Farms, makers of Ding Dongs, Twinkies, Pooftas and Wussycakes!
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Crazy Credits

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 »

Connections

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

Soundtracks

Linus And Lucy
Composed by Vince Guaraldi
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My review of "Bring Me the Head of Charlie Brown"
10 April 2016 | by jacoblee-04430See all my reviews

Wow. Wow! What can I say about it? It's just a "Peanuts" cartoon with a twist! Out of all the parodies I've seen, this is the best one out there. The only thing that made me skeptical was that Jim Reardon was one of the people involved with "The Simpsons" before I even watched it.

After I watched it, I was like "Whoa! That was so brutal!" I've watched it a bunch of times it actually influenced me to write an animated short that spoofs "Zootopia".

Anyway, before I start ranting about the cartoon, let me just make this clear: I absolutely love this cartoon. It's so violent and so hilarious I don't even know what's going on yet until the climax. That was hysterical. This pays tribute to Sam Peckinpah who directed "The Wild Bunch" and other movies he directed.

Not only does this cartoon parodies the "Peanuts" specials, it also spoofs "Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia", "Commando", "Rambo" and more in particular. Come on, it's Charlie Brown going on a rampage on the Peanuts gang, and you know, I'm a huge Peanuts fan.

One of my favorite part in the entire thing is the climax. The first time I saw it, I was just not only blown away, but also laugh-out-loud to the max! And my favorite quote? "Happiness is a warm uzi!"

So, overall, if you're busy looking for the perfect satire of a movie to watch, this is the best example. So I'm going to give this a 10 out of 10.


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