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Snoopy's Reunion

By Nancy Davis Kho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Cute puppy tales are not as charming as past Peanuts movies.

Movie NR 1991 50 minutes
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Though these were written by Charles Schulz, they don't stand up to the brilliance of earlier Peanuts specials and feel in places as though the animation is only there to hold up the songs. Snoopy's fans -- and there are many -- will appreciate the glimpses of his early life and his emergent personality, as well as the siblings who are just different enough to go their own ways. And the Flashbeagle episode gives Peppermint Patty (Gini Holtzman) a chance to shine, explaining how her lack of academic success is more than compensated for by her sporty side.

But the plot and humor just don't keep up in either story. A bonus featurette called Together Again: A Peanuts Voice-Cast Reunion, showing some of the voice actors together at Comic-Con 2008, reinforces the notion that this DVD is best appreciated by die-hard Peanuts fans.

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