Since I don’t subscribe to expensive cable television anymore, and my wimpy HD antenna receives only when it feels like it, I missed the annual telecast of Charlie Browns Christmas show.
Actually, there are only two parts I like; when they are dancing to ” Linus and Lucy” by Vince Guaraldi and when Linus recites his Christmas speech under the spotlight. The rest is also fun, but those two scenes make the show. Now I’m bummed because I missed it, and the networks along with Disney, who owns the rights, so they show it once a year and don’t let anyone know when, until the last minute. Sort of like Cong-television. Pop-up entertainment.
3 Replies to “What Is Christmas Without Charlie Brown?”
I’ve always liked the brick wall where Linus and Charlie figure out the worlds problems.
That’s a great picture. Unfortunately, I couldn’t download that one and many more photos onto WordPress because it doesn’t support JILF, which many images are using these days. Just one more thing to be frustrated about. Good grief!
I’m with you Phil. No satellite or cable at our house. A DVD maybe once a month or two. We both love it.
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