It's Halloween. A boy believes in a giant pumpkin that will bring him toys. Nobody else does. Kids go trick-or-treating. One receives rocks. The boy sits in a pumpkin patch all night, and is then taken to bed. Also a dog has a rich fantasy life.
We review 1966's It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, which spends surprisingly little time beating up on Charlie Brown
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It's The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown is available for your home viewing on iTunes, Amazon Instant, YouTube, and DVD.
Audio blandishment by Ken Plume.