Why, Charlie Brown, Why?
Studio: Bill Melendez Productions Release Date : March 16, 1990 Series: Peanuts
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Synopsis

Linus befriends a girl named Janice, who is stricken with cancer.

Video Information

DVD

United States

Peanuts Emmy Honored Collection

Technical Specifications

Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
Aspect Ratio: 4 : 3 (Television)
Color Type: Color
Sound Type: Mono
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

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12/24/2014

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2/8/2015

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8/12/2015

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11/6/2015

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6/1/2018

  • Credits added by Josue_Duperon

6/9/2018

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    Charles M. Schulz: Creator
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    Lee Mendelson: Executive Producer
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    Jose Cuauhtemoc "Bill" Melendez: Producer
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    Sam Jaimes: Director
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    Charles M. Schulz: Writer
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    William "Bill" Littlejohn: Animator
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    Larry Leichliter: Animator
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    Leonardo Moran: Design
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    Utit Choomuang: Design
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    Dean Spille: Design
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    Al Pabian: Animator
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    Leslie Gorin: Animator
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    Sam Fleming: Animator
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    Joe Roman: Animator
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    Burt Medall: Animator
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    Sam Jaimes: Animator
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    Jane Gonzales: Ink and Paint Supervisor
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    Joanne Lansing: Ink and Paint
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    Micky Kreymann: Ink and Paint
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    Lee Guttman: Ink and Paint
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    Peggy Gregory: Ink and Paint
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    Joan Pabian: Ink and Paint
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    Catherine E. Simmonds: Ink and Paint
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    Myrna Gibbs: Ink and Paint
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