History WesternAnimation / ABoyNamedCharlieBrown

21st Jul '16 8:32:02 AM Burmy
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* DarkReprise: "Linus and Lucy," the BootstrappedTheme of the ''Peanuts'' specials, has a minor-key variation playing at various points throughout Linus' blanket withdrawal.
** Of course, once he finds it [[note]]in Charlie Brown's hands as he's using it to shine his shoes[[/note]], the regular version plays throughout his rejoicing, serving as a TriumphantReprise.
20th Jun '16 11:27:07 AM legoking831
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** [[http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTIwMFgxNjAw/z/vq8AAOxyHltSQT4S/$(KGrHqFHJ!8FI9cfR2vuBSQT4RqF!w~~60_1.JPG?set_id=880000500F It makes more sense on the LaserDisc cover, though]]

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** [[http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTIwMFgxNjAw/z/vq8AAOxyHltSQT4S/$(KGrHqFHJ!8FI9cfR2vuBSQT4RqF!w~~60_1.JPG?set_id=880000500F It makes more sense on This is actually a result of editing out important details. [[http://img.soundtrackcollector.com/cd/large/Boy%20Named%20Charlie%20Brown_6009104.jpg On the LaserDisc cover, though]]Laserdisc cover that it is sourced from, there's an extra bit where Lucy has a thought bubble of her own dressing room.]]
2nd Apr '16 2:03:20 PM AnotherGuy
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* DramaQueen: Linus without his blanket, hoo boy.
2nd Apr '16 2:02:41 PM AnotherGuy
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** {{Determinator}}: It never stops him from trying.
29th Mar '16 7:36:49 AM Mdumas43073
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-->--'''Kids''', "Champion Charlie Brown"

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-->--'''Kids''', "Champion Charlie Brown"

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29th Mar '16 7:36:24 AM Mdumas43073
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-->'''Kids''', "Champion Charlie Brown"

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-->'''Kids''', -->--'''Kids''', "Champion Charlie Brown"
11th Mar '16 12:51:23 PM tropesinreadiness
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* AdaptationExpansion: The plot about Charlie Brown entering a spelling bee (and virtually all the dialogue and Chuck's inner monologue at the beginning of said spelling bee, as well as his inability to remember the "I before E" rule) is taken directly from the comic strip, but in the strip he only got to the first round as he blew the very first word he was given, the word "maze", which he spelled M-A-Y-S-E because he was thinking of baseball legend Willy Mayse.

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* AdaptationExpansion: The plot about Charlie Brown entering a spelling bee (and virtually all the dialogue and Chuck's inner monologue at the beginning of said spelling bee, as well as his inability to remember the "I before E" rule) is taken directly from the comic strip, but in the strip he only got to the first round as he blew the very first word he was given, the word "maze", which he spelled M-A-Y-S-E M-A-Y-S because he was thinking of baseball legend Willy Mayse.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willie_Mays Willie Mays.]]
22nd Feb '16 5:09:58 PM Mdumas43073
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->''Once a beginner, now he's a winner''
->''Champion Charlie Brown!''

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->''Once ->''"Once a beginner, now he's a winner''
->''Champion
winner\\
Champion
Charlie Brown!''Brown!"''



'''''A Boy Named Charlie Brown''''' is a 1969 American animated film, produced by Cinema Center Films and Lee Mendelson Films for National General Pictures and directed by Bill Melendez.

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'''''A ''A Boy Named Charlie Brown''''' Brown'' is a 1969 American animated film, produced by Cinema Center Films and Lee Mendelson Films for National General Pictures and directed by Bill Melendez.
30th Dec '15 2:01:32 PM SilentStranger
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* AdaptationExpansion: The plot about Charlie Brown entering a spelling bee (and virtually all the dialogue and Chuck's inner monologue at the beginning of said spelling bee, as well as his inability to remember the "I before E" rule) is taken directly from the comic strip, but in the strip he only got to the first round as he blew the very first word he was given.

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* AdaptationExpansion: The plot about Charlie Brown entering a spelling bee (and virtually all the dialogue and Chuck's inner monologue at the beginning of said spelling bee, as well as his inability to remember the "I before E" rule) is taken directly from the comic strip, but in the strip he only got to the first round as he blew the very first word he was given.given, the word "maze", which he spelled M-A-Y-S-E because he was thinking of baseball legend Willy Mayse.



* TheHeroSucksSong: "Failure Face"



* InvisibleParents: Yes, it is the convention that adults cannot be depicted in the property, but it is pushed to the breaking point for believability when Charlie Brown and Linus arrive home late at night after the National Spelling Bee. Surely, Charlie Brown's parents would logically be there come hell or high water to take their 8 year old, and obviously devastated, son safely home.

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* InvisibleParents: Yes, it is the convention that adults cannot be depicted in the property, but it is pushed to the breaking point for believability when Charlie Brown and Linus arrive home late at night after the National Spelling Bee. Surely, Charlie Brown's parents would logically be there come hell or high water to take their 8 year old, and obviously devastated, son safely home. There's a reason for why the animated movies eventually stopped using this trope, it was just too difficult to portray the world outside the Peanut gangs little neighborhood without any adults.



* KidsAreCruel: Even by the standards of Peanutes, the kids are insanely abusive towards Charlie Brown, especially Lucy, Violet and Patty who goes as far as singing a cruel song about him.



* SecondPlaceIsForLosers: Poor Charlie Brown, yet again...he was ''so'' close!

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* SecondPlaceIsForLosers: Poor Charlie Brown, yet again...Played ridiculously straight, even for this trope. Not only does everyone ignore that he was ''so'' close!got second place in the national spelling bee, they completely ignore that he won State!
20th Dec '15 2:09:08 PM Whipsmart
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** Then there's the song "Failure Face" sung at Charlie Brown by Lucy, Violet and Patty.

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** Then there's the song "Failure Face" "[[TheHeroSucksSong Failure Face]]" sung at Charlie Brown by Lucy, Violet and Patty.
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