Charlie Brown's All-Stars
Studio: Bill Melendez Productions Release Date : June 8, 1966 Series: Peanuts
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After losing the first game of the season, Charlie Brown's baseball team quits on him and spend their summertime doing other activities. Mr. Hennessey, a hardware store owner, agrees to sponsor the team and provide uniforms for them. Unfortunately, Charlie Brown is not a fan of his conditions and tries to get the team back in his own way.


Charlie Brown
(Voice: Peter Robbins)
Lucy Van Pelt
(Voice: Sally Dryer)
Linus Van Pelt
(Voice: Christopher "Chris" Shea)
(Voice: Ann Altieri)
(Voice: Glen Mendelson)
Sally Brown
(Voice: Kathy Steinberg)
(Voice: Geoffrey Ornstein)
(Voice: Lynn Vanderlip)
(Voice: Karen Mendelson)
(Voice: Gail DeFaria)
(Voice: Jose Cuauhtemoc "Bill" Melendez)




United Feature Syndicate


  • The first Peanuts special not to be based off a holiday


United States

Charlie Brown's All Stars
Snoopy Double Feature Vol. 8: Charlie Brown's All-Stars / It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown

CED Disc

United States

A Charlie Brown Festival Volume 4


United States

Peanuts 1960's Collection
Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown
Charlie Brown's All Stars! 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

United Kingdom

Peanuts 1960's Collection

4K Ultra HD

United States

It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
Peanuts Holiday Collection

Technical Specifications

Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
Aspect Ratio: 4 : 3 (Television)
Color Type: Color
Sound Type: Mono
Print Type: 35mm
Negative Type: 35mm
Cinematographic Format: Spherical
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

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From TibbyH :

What a fun and charming cartoon! "Charlie Brown's All Stars" is hands down one of the best Peanuts cartoons ever created. The story is excellent, having Charlie Brown lose his team due to the fact they just can't seem to ever win a game, and he tries his hardest to wrangle them back. This special shows some really progressive social stances as even though Charlie Brown finds someone who wants to sponsor his team, he refuses to accept their help due to the fact he'd have to kick out the girls on his team. Charlie Brown is just so likable and sympathetic. You really want to see him succeed. The animation in this special still maintains that inconsistent yet appealing aesthetic set by "A Charlie Brown Christmas", and Vince Guaraldi's music is just as amazing as always. Peanuts specials were always the most heartwarming, funniest, and best cartoons of a sadder period of animation, and All-Stars is no exception. You won't regret giving this a watch (and countless rewatches).
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