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Snoopy Original Production Cel And Drawing **charlie Brown** For Sale
Up for sale today; An Original Production Cel (hand painted) and Matching Set-upSketch From "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving". Featuring "Snoopy and chair". This scene is 6 minutes 43 seconds into the cartoon. This piece is anabsolute BRILLIANT piece of animation history. Coming from one of the most adored piece has been professionally framed in museum quality. Acid free matting and clips as well as UV rated glass were used. The background was recreated, hand-paintedusing watercolor just as in the original. There is a thin pane of glassseparatingthe background from the cel. This protect the cel from the watercolor paint plus gave it a 3-D effect. If youdesire, i can e-mail betterphotosof this piece. This is an extremely rare find and getting harder to find every year, and you can own this. This cartoon production will age to 40 years this fall (originally aired in Nov. 1973) and is only INCREASING IN VALUE. This is an investment that will be absolutelyamazing to own. Payment is due at time of purchase and frame will beprofessionally packaged and shipped with insurance same day. enjoy.A Charlie Brown Thanksgivingis the specialbased upon the popularcomic M. Schulz. It was originally aired on the CBS network on November 20, 1973, and won an Emmy Award the following year. As of 2012, the special is aired every November inprime timeon style="margin: 0.4em 0px 0.5em; line-height: 19.1875px; font-family: sans-serif; font-size: 13px; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">The special opens Brownto kick thefootballshe is holding. Charlie Brown at first refuses, correctly suspecting that Lucy will pull it away as always; but Lucy convinces him that kicking the football is aThanksgivingtradition, and that being asked to do so is an honor. Charlie Brown decides that Lucy would never pull her trick on a national holiday, and ends up getting deceived and landing flat on his back once again. (Lucy makes no further appearances in this episode).
Charlie Brown andSallyare preparing to go to their grandmother's place forThanksgivingdinner when Charlie Brown gets a phone call fromPeppermint Patty, who invites herself over to Charlie Brown's house for the holiday dinner. Two quick subsequent phone calls the guest list, and since Charlie Brown cannot get a word in edgewise with Patty, he quickly finds himself in a quandary with no easy solution—at least not untilLinusshows up.
Linus suggests to Charlie Brown that he could have two dinners: the first one for Patty and her friends, and then the second one at his grandmother's home, forcing Charlie Brown to admit that all he knows how to make is "cold cereal and maybe toast." Regardless, Linus set up aping-pongtable and chairs in the backyard (setting the table has its own problems as Snoopy goes toe-to-toe with an uncooperative, foldingdeckchairthat comes to life and torments him). It is interesting to note thatVince Guaraldi, composer of the jazz music heard in the Peanuts specials, contributed a rare, but memorable vocal track during this scene ("Little Birdie"). Snoopy and Woodstock set the table, then help Charlie Brown and Linus with the food. When the food is readied, Snoopy and a reluctant Woodstock go to Snoopy's doghouse and dress inPilgrimclothing. They return to the house with Snoopy holding amusket, which fires unexpectedly and causes Charlie Brown to lose his patience.
The guests arrive, and they all make their way to the backyard for the Thanksgiving feast. Linus leads the group inprayer. Each place setting includes a sundae in a large sundae bowl—most likelyjellotopped withcool whipand acherry. Snoopy serves up the food, throwing the plates to each guestFrisbee-style. Each person gets:
- Two slices of butteredtoast,
- A handful ofpopcorn, and
- A fewjelly beans.
At first Patty is shocked, but her shock quickly turns to outrage, and she angrily berates Charlie Brown for the "meal." Embarrassed and dejected, Charlie Brown timidly leaves the table and goes back into the house. Patty's tirade continues until Marcie gently reminds her that Charlie Brown did not invite her to dinner; she invited herself —along with Marcie and Franklin. Realizing Marcie is right, Patty comes to her senses and begs Marcie to go and apologize to Charlie Brown on her behalf. Marcie reluctantly does so, but Patty soon follows her and apologizes to Charlie Brown herself.
In the midst of the quasi-feast, Charlie Brown loses track of the time. The clock strikes four, reminding him that he and Sally are supposed to be at their grandmother's home for dinner in half an hour. So he calls his grandmother to tell her that they are going to be a little late and to explain the situation—he has friends over and none of them have eaten yet. But his grandmother suggests that he bring all his friends with him for Thanksgiving dinner; the idea is welcomed with cheers from everyone. En route, the gang sings a chorus ofOver the River and through the Woods, but Charlie Brown qualifies the title, adding that his grandmother lives in acondominium.
After they leave, Snoopy and Woodstock go to the doghouse and cook up their own traditional Thanksgiving meal that includes a turkey complete with all the trimmings (they pull apart the wishbone, with Woodstock getting the bigger piece). Over the end credits the two friends each devour dessert: a large piece of pumpkin pie. They then sit back with contented smiles as Woodstock pats his full stomach.
Created byCharles M. SchulzWritten byCharles M. SchulzDirected byBill Melendez
Phil RomanVoices ofBill Melendez
Robin ReedTheme music composerVince GuaraldiComposer(s)Vince GuaraldiCountry of originUSAOriginal CampbellProducer(s)Lee Mendelson
Bill MelendezRunning time30 minutesBroadcastOriginal channelCBSOriginal airing
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