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There's No Time for Love, Charlie Brown
Title card screenshot from TV Special
Genre Animated TV Special
Created by Charles M. Schulz
Directed by Bill Melendez
Voices of Chad Webber
Stephen Shea
Robin Kohn
Hilary Momberger
Jimmy Ahrens
Christopher DeFaria
Bill Melendez
Theme music composer Vince Guaraldi
Country of origin USA
Production
Executive producer(s) Lee Mendelson
Producer(s) Bill Melendez
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel CBS
First shown in March 11, 1973
Chronology
Preceded by You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown
Followed by A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving

There's No Time for Love, Charlie Brown is the ninth prime-time animated TV specials based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. It was originally aired on the CBS network on March 11, 1973 and released to DVD as a bonus feature (along with another Peanuts special Someday You'll Find Her, Charlie Brown) on January 2, 2004. It was also released in remastered form as part of the DVD box set, "Peanuts 1970's Collection, Volume One."

Contents

Plot summary

There are three months of school left and all of the Peanuts gang are under pressure from too many tests and homework assignments. They now have to make preparations to write a report on a field trip to an art museum.

Charlie Brown's grades are falling from A to C and he has to receive a big grade on his museum report in order to salvage his grades for the entire term. Simultaneously, he must fight off the distraction of Peppermint Patty and newcomer student Marcie, both of whom have feelings for him. Unfortunately, on the way to the art museum, Charlie Brown, his sister Sally, Peppermint Patty, Marcie, and Snoopy inadvertently arrive in a supermarket and mistake it for the art museum. When Linus shows Charlie Brown and Lucy slides that resemble the works he took pictures of, Charlie Brown's hopes of salvaging his grades are shattered. As he waits for his graded report, he expects the worst of it all. However, everything works out for the best, as his teacher assumes his report is a description of an art museum described through the description of a supermarket and she gives him the grade he needs.

On the final scene, Peppermint Patty apologizes to Charlie Brown for saying bad things to him and that it was not easy for a girl to talk like that to boy. But Peppermint Patty angrily blows Charlie Brown away after Charlie Brown brings up the Little Red-Haired Girl. Marcie, who was watching this and calling her 'sir' throughout the special, reminded Peppermint Patty that she said the wrong thing again like she did in the supermarket. Peppermint Patty then asks Marcie how annoying it is being called 'sir' a lot when she tells her not to. Marcie responds, "No, ma'am".

Notes

  • This special marks the animated debut of Peppermint Patty's friend Marcie, who appeared in the comics for the first time in 1971 (although a girl resembling her named "Clara" had appeared in 1968).
  • A few satiric comments are made towards Pop Art, particularly Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup Cans (without mentioning the artist by name).

Voice actors and their characters

Film Credits

  • Written and Created by Charles M. Schulz
  • Directed by Bill Melendez
  • Produced by Lee Mendleson and Bill Melendez
  • Original Score Composed and Performed by Vince Guaraldi
  • Arranged and Conducted by John Scott Trotter
  • Animators: Richard Thompson, Manuel Perez, Bob Carlson, Sam Jaimes, Phil Roman, Bill Littlejohn, Don Lusk, Al Pabian, Frank Smith, Bob Matz, Rod Scribner, Jim Pabian, Jacques Vausseur, Hank Smith, Terry Lennon, Bror Lansing
  • Layout: Evert Brown, Bernard Gruver, Ed Levitt, Ellie Bogardus, Ruth Kissane
  • Backgrounds: Dean Spille
  • Animation Checking: Carole Barnes, Eleanor Warren
  • Ink and Paint Supervisor: Beverly Robbins
  • Ink and Paint: Joanne Lansing, Manon Washburn, Faith Kovaleski, Adele Lenart, Carla Washburn, Chandra Poweris, Joice Lee Marshall, Debbie Zamora, Valerie Pabian, Roubina Sarkissian, Lee Hoffman, Mickey Kreymann, Lee Guttman
  • Film Editors: Robert T. Gillis, Charles McCann
  • Assistant Editor: Rudy Zamora, Jr.
  • Camera: Dickson/Vasu
  • Voices - Coast Recorders, Radio Recorders
  • Music - Wally Heider Studios in San Francisco, California, USA
  • Mix - Producers' Sound Service, Don Minkler
  • A LEE MENDLESON/BILL MELENDEZ Production In Association With UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE, INC. and CHARLES M. SCHULZ CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT, INC. Warren Lockhart, president
  • ©1973 United Feature Syndicate, Inc.
  • All Rights Reserved

External links

Preceded by
You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown
Peanuts television specials Followed by
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving

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