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A Charlie Brown Christmas

Moral Rating: Good
Moviemaking Quality:
Primary Audience: Kids Family
Genre: Animation Family Comedy
Length: 50 min.
Year of Release: 1965
USA Release: December 9, 1965
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Box art for “A Charlie Brown Christmas”
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Featuring voices of Bill Melendez, Geoffrey Ornstein, Peter Robbins, Christopher Shea, Chris Doran, Karen Mendelson, Kathy Steinberg, Tracy Stratford, Ann Altieri, Sally Dryer, Pamelyn Ferdin
Director Bill Melendez
Distributor: Paramount Pictures Corporation. Trademark logo.
Paramount Pictures Corporation
, a subsidiary of ViacomCBS

Viewer CommentsSend your comments
Positive—This is a great, 30 minute Christmas special and one of my favorites! As a huge Peanuts fan, I really enjoy watching this every year. “A Charlie Brown Christmas” tells us what the TRUE meaning of Christmas is when Linus recites the Gospel of Luke, and that Christmas is not about commercialism and Christmas lights.

It’s a great kid’s cartoon, and I would continue to watch this every year during the holidays.
My Ratings: [Excellent! / 3]