History Trivia / ItsTheGreatPumpkinCharlieBrown

1st Nov '17 8:09:44 AM hullflyer
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* {{Jossed}}: Charles Schulz stated he did not intend for the Great Pumpkin to have any underlying religious symbolism. He just thought it'd be funny for Linus to get Halloween customs mixed up with Christmas.

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* {{Jossed}}: Charles Schulz stated he did not intend for the Great Pumpkin to have any underlying religious symbolism. He just thought it'd be funny for Linus to get Halloween customs mixed up with Christmas. This, of course, has not stopped [[DeathOfTheAuthor some people]] from believing that such symbolism is there.
29th Oct '17 8:26:29 PM BNSF1995
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* EditedForSyndication: To allow for longer commercial breaks (and in recent years, to make room for Pixar's ''WesternAnimation/ToyStoryOfTerror''), ABC typically cuts a few scenes such as Lucy challenging Charlie Brown to kick the football and Schroeder playing the medley of WWI songs for Snoopy. The uncut version is aired at least once a year, though, alongside ''WesternAnimation/YoureNotElectedCharlieBrown'', which had previously only aired during election years.

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* EditedForSyndication: To allow for longer commercial breaks (and in recent years, to make room for Pixar's ''WesternAnimation/ToyStoryOfTerror''), ABC typically cuts a few scenes such as Lucy challenging Charlie Brown to kick the football and Schroeder playing the medley of WWI songs for Snoopy. The uncut version is aired at least once a year, though, alongside ''WesternAnimation/YoureNotElectedCharlieBrown'', ''You're Not Elected Charlie Brown'', which had previously only aired during election years.
29th Oct '17 8:25:48 PM BNSF1995
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* EditedForSyndication: To allow for longer commercial breaks (and in recent years, to make room for Pixar's ''WesternAnimation/ToyStoryOfTerror''), ABC typically cuts a few scenes such as Lucy challenging Charlie Brown to kick the football and Schroeder playing the medley of WWI songs for Snoopy. The uncut version is aired at least once a year, though, alongside ''WesternAnimation/You'reNotElectedCharlieBrown'', which had previously only aired during election years.

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* EditedForSyndication: To allow for longer commercial breaks (and in recent years, to make room for Pixar's ''WesternAnimation/ToyStoryOfTerror''), ABC typically cuts a few scenes such as Lucy challenging Charlie Brown to kick the football and Schroeder playing the medley of WWI songs for Snoopy. The uncut version is aired at least once a year, though, alongside ''WesternAnimation/You'reNotElectedCharlieBrown'', ''WesternAnimation/YoureNotElectedCharlieBrown'', which had previously only aired during election years.
29th Oct '17 8:25:40 PM BNSF1995
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* EditedForSyndication: To allow for longer commercial breaks (and in recent years, to make room for Pixar's ''WesternAnimation/ToyStoryOfTerror''), ABC typically cuts a few scenes such as Lucy challenging Charlie Brown to kick the football and Schroeder playing the medley of WWI songs for Snoopy.

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* EditedForSyndication: To allow for longer commercial breaks (and in recent years, to make room for Pixar's ''WesternAnimation/ToyStoryOfTerror''), ABC typically cuts a few scenes such as Lucy challenging Charlie Brown to kick the football and Schroeder playing the medley of WWI songs for Snoopy. The uncut version is aired at least once a year, though, alongside ''WesternAnimation/You'reNotElectedCharlieBrown'', which had previously only aired during election years.
29th Oct '17 5:45:55 PM kquinn0830
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* {{Jossed}}: Charles Shulz did not intend for the Great Pumpkin to have any underlying meaning. He just thought it'd be funny for Linus to get Halloween customs mixed up with Christmas.

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* {{Jossed}}: Charles Shulz Schulz stated he did not intend for the Great Pumpkin to have any underlying meaning.religious symbolism. He just thought it'd be funny for Linus to get Halloween customs mixed up with Christmas.
29th Oct '17 5:44:12 PM kquinn0830
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* {{Jossed}}: Charles Shulz did not intend for the Great Pumpkin to have any underlying meaning. He just thought it'd be funny for Linus to get Halloween customs mixed up with Christmas.
26th Oct '16 12:02:58 PM WileK209
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* EditedForSyndication: To allow for longer commercial breaks, ABC typically cuts a few scenes such as Lucy challenging Charlie Brown to kick the football and Schroeder playing the medley of WWI songs for Snoopy.

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* EditedForSyndication: To allow for longer commercial breaks, breaks (and in recent years, to make room for Pixar's ''WesternAnimation/ToyStoryOfTerror''), ABC typically cuts a few scenes such as Lucy challenging Charlie Brown to kick the football and Schroeder playing the medley of WWI songs for Snoopy.
27th Sep '16 1:53:56 PM Mdumas43073
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** The network literally said it had to be a 'blockbuster'. It ended up tying for the #1 most watched program of the week with ''{{Series/Bonanza}}'', which was a ratings GIANT for most of its run (including the year ''Great Pumpkin'' first aired).

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** The network literally said it had to be a 'blockbuster'. "blockbuster". It ended up tying for the #1 most watched program of the week with ''{{Series/Bonanza}}'', which was a ratings GIANT for most of its run (including the year ''Great Pumpkin'' first aired).aired).
* LongRunners: It's only one special, but considering how many consecutive years it's aired on TV? It ''definitely'' counts.
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19th Jan '16 11:02:21 AM nombretomado
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* ChannelHop: From CBS to {{ABC}} in 2001.

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* ChannelHop: From CBS {{Creator/CBS}} to {{ABC}} Creator/{{ABC}} in 2001.
6th Aug '15 3:08:11 AM Mdumas43073
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** The network literally said it had to be a 'blockbuster'. It ended up tying for the #1 most watched program of the week with ''{{Series/Bonanza}}'', which was a ratings GIANT for most of its run (including the year ''Great Pumpkin'' aired).

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** The network literally said it had to be a 'blockbuster'. It ended up tying for the #1 most watched program of the week with ''{{Series/Bonanza}}'', which was a ratings GIANT for most of its run (including the year ''Great Pumpkin'' first aired).
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