Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown
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Skip the chocolates this holiday — instead, grab a handful of Peanuts! Re-mastered with an updated look that still maintains the integrity and feel of a true Peanuts classic, "Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown" is packaged with two additional episodes and a bonus featurette, making it a truly special offering. The Peanuts gang brings sweetness to matters of the heart. Will Schroeder ever notice Lucy? Will Linus find a Valentine gift for his favorite teacher? What about Charlie Brown? Aside from his continual fear of approaching the Little Red-Haired Girl, will he ever be confident enough to connect with that football? "Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown" originally aired on January 28th, 1975 and was nominated for an Emmy Award. It was later re-mastered in 2008.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoBe My Valentine, Charlie Brown / It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown / You're In Love, Charlie Brown||Whether you are a Peanuts fan or not, the affection and nostalgia the gang offers with Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown; bonus episodes It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown and You're in Love, Charlie Brown, and the special documentary featurette, Unlucky in Love: An Unrequited Love Story will warm you like Linus's blanket.||1:15:57||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoDocumentary Featurette: Unlucky In Love - An Unrequited Love Story||The theme of love typified in the perennial Schulz tale stands as a touchstone for the gamut of emotions audiences feel when they experience his classic stories. From Charlie Brown's infatuation with "The Little Red Hair Girl", to Lucy's longing for the pianist Schroeder, the unrequited sense of love will be revealed through the eyes of the Peanuts characters, only to manifest that at the end the message is something universal, something to which we can all relate.||15:06||Season Only||View in iTunes|
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I used to love the Charlie Brown & the Peanuts Gang show. I would not even miss a moment of when Charlie Brown was on TV. I still today also read his comics. Now here he, back and on iTunes. Charlie Brown is one kid you can't forget. First he was in the comics, next on TV and now here he is on iTunes. Just like Popeye it is good to see old cartoons return. So welcome back Charlie Brown.
I tried to write a review, but it didn't take. Who knows what the system accepts. *SIGH* Love he coffee table book, not sure about paying ten bucks for an hour of TV.
Be My Valentine, CB
Great 1 hour TV show--but like every iTunes 1 hour TV episode, TOO EXPENSIVE! I can understand making a profit, but when a 60 minute episode is priced higher than a DVD at any Big Box store, we are looking at a monopoly that has lost touch with its customers. I have an iPod classic, but I cannot afford to use the features because of the high prices. We paid a high price for the device, why not make the movies and videos AFFORDABLE? No higher than $2.99 for ANY movie, $.99 for a 1 hour TV show. The iTunes pricing seems to be going the same route that the iPhone did--only after competition shows up do the prices come down. I would probably be telling you how cute this episode was IF I COULD AFFORD IT! One star for the price of this episode.
- SD Version
- Genre: Animation
- Released: Jan 28, 1975
- © 2007 United Feature Syndicate, Inc. and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All rights reserved.
- CCin English for some episodes