A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) 1080p YIFY Movie

A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) 1080p

A Charlie Brown Christmas is a TV short starring Ann Altieri, Chris Doran, and Sally Dryer. Repelled by the commercialism he sees around him, Charlie Brown tries to find the true meaning of Christmas.

IMDB: 8.43 Likes

  • Genre: Animation | Short
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.15G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 25
  • IMDB Rating: 8.4/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 6 / 69

The Synopsis for A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) 1080p

When Charlie Brown complains about the overwhelming materialism that he sees amongst everyone during the Christmas season, Lucy suggests that he become director of the school Christmas paegent. Charlie Brown accepts, but it proves to be a frustrating struggle. When an attempt to restore the proper spirit with a forlorn little fir Christmas tree fails, he needs Linus' help to learn what the real meaning of Christmas is.

The Director and Players for A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) 1080p

[Role:]Sally Dryer
[Role:]Chris Doran
[Role:]Ann Altieri
[Role:Director]Bill Melendez
[Role:]Bill Melendez

The Reviews for A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) 1080p

Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown!Reviewed byHey_SwedenVote: 10/10

The Yuletide season really wouldn't be complete without viewings of this heartwarming, classic animated special, featuring all of the beloved characters, and solidly combining sentiment and humour into a memorable whole.

Poor old Charlie Brown, who as is said can always be counted upon to turn something happy into a problem, is upset at Christmas time. He's seen his kid sister Sally fixate on gift getting and his dog Snoopy participating in a Christmas decorating contest. Despondent over this focus on the commercialization of the holiday, he yearns to find the deeper meaning of it all, eventually given to him by Linus. Lucy gives him an assist by involving him in the production of the school play; soon, he's assigned the task of procuring the right Christmas tree for the occasion.

The characters are all as engaging and funny as they've ever been, especially Snoopy - when he mimics Lucy as she harangues the others, or dances to Schroeders' piano music (and then skulks away, embarrassed), or makes it quite clear that he wants to stop rehearsals for lunch, he's a riot. Lucy has her moments, too, such as when *she* states what she'd really like for Christmas or when she delights in Charlie Browns' payment for her psychiatric services.

It is a rather sweet and touching sequence when the gang gives that little tree its complete makeover, and bursts into song, ending everything on a true upbeat feel. Vince Guaraldis' compositions remain catchy, including "Christmastime is Here" and the instantly recognizable "Linus and Lucy". Linus' climactic monologue is still a true highlight.

This special may now be 50 years old, and todays' generation may be much more conditioned to CGI, but this viewer still appreciates the old days of hand drawn animation. There really is something endearing about this classic, simple style; animation today, while admittedly impressive, can come off as a little *too* slick. And the themes in this special remain resonant and the presentation sweet and charming.

I, like so many other fans, grew up with the strip and the specials, and it's absolutely no surprise that watching them would still be a tradition for decades.

10 out of 10.

This is a Must SeeReviewed byChristmas-ReviewerVote: 9/10



A Charlie Brown Christmas is an animated television special based on the comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. Produced by Lee Mendelson and directed by Bill Melendez.

In the special, lead character Charlie Brown finds himself depressed despite the onset of the cheerful holiday season. Lucy suggests he direct a school Christmas play, but he is both ignored and mocked by his peers. The story touches on the over-commercialization and secularism of Christmas, and serves to remind viewers of the true meaning of Christmas.

This special seems not only get better with age but, it also gets better each time you see it.

There is many pop culture references that have sprung from this special. The most popular is "A Charlie Brown Tree".

If its been some time since you last saw this then watch it again. Better yet buy the DVD. The Abc Broadcast cuts a few things. A DVD is worth the money!

The Gift That Keeps On GivingReviewed byjhcluesVote: 10/10

When Charles M. Schulz passed away, he left behind a legacy of joy beyond measure; through Charlie Brown and the whole Peanuts gang, he offered insights into human nature that rival that of Thackeray and Twain, and he did it simply and succinctly, through his endearing characters and his own personal generosity of spirit. And it's that spirit that is concisely captured in `A Charlie Brown Christmas,' directed by Bill Melendez and featuring an original score composed and performed by Vince Guaraldi. And you could not find a more perfect example to more aptly illustrate the contributions and enrichment to our lives and to our world made by this consummate artist who through a comic strip managed to convey an unparalleled kind of down-to-earth wisdom and common sense.

This is only one of many `holiday' offerings featuring the Peanuts gang (at least two of which, `It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown' and `A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving,' are especially endearing), but it's the real jewel in the crown among the many treasures to emerge from the vivid and fertile imagination of Charles Schulz. Without a doubt, `A Charlie Brown Christmas,' which premiered in 1965, has since become a cherished classic in it's own right. In this one, Charlie Brown gets picked by Lucy to direct their Christmas play, but he runs into some trouble picking out a proper Christmas tree. And Snoopy gets caught up in the commercialism of the season by entering the neighborhood decorating contest, adorning his dog house with such an array of lights and trim that it just may have a chance at winning the grand prize. But the most memorable moment of the film belongs to Linus, when he takes the spotlight to explain in his own inimitable way what Christmas really means. it's poignant and heart-felt; a moment that remains touching no matter how many times you see it. It's beautifully expressed, and in it's simplicity speaks volumes about the things that really matter in our lives.

The cast includes the voices of Peter Robbins (Charlie Brown), Christopher Shea (Linus), Tracy Stratford (Lucy), Sally Dryer (Violet), Karen Mendelson (Patty), Kathy Steinberg (Sally), Geoffrey Ornstein (Pig-pen), Chris Doran (Schroeder), Ann Altieri (Freida), Pamelyn Ferdin (also Lucy) and Bill Melendez (Snoopy). A fitting tribute to a man who gave us so much, `A Charlie Brown Christmas' is a story that will find it's way into the hearts of generation after generation, a timeless tale filled with humanity and universal appeal. Warm and entertaining, this is a film that can be seen over and over again without ever losing it's charm or it's magic. Charles M. Schulz may be gone, but he will never be forgotten. Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown! I rate this one 10/10.

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