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Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie

2015
84 Mins

In this warm-hearted return for cartoonist Charles Schultz's much-loved Peanuts gang, Charlie Brown (voiced by Noah Schnapp) has to contend with feelings of inadequacy while nursing a crush on a pretty new classmate - The Little Red-Haired Girl (voiced by Francesca Capaldi). Meanwhile, his buddy Snoopy dreams up up his alter ego's latest aerial combat mission as he takes to the skies to dog-fight with his long-time nemesis, The Red Baron.

Director: Steve Martino

Starring: Trombone Shorty, Rebecca Bloom, Anastasia Bredikhina, Francesca Capaldi, Kristin Chenoweth, Alexander Garfin

Genres: Family

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