A boy likes a girl and wants to talk to her before the school year finishes. He doesn't. Also, a dog makes his own breakfast.
We review 1967's You're In Love, Charlie Brown, in which Charlie Brown repeatedly divests himself of all responsibility for his foolish, self-defeating choices. This largely embarrassing specimen of a Charlie Brown special is redeemed by the introduction of Grown-Up Trombone Voice, the Little Red Haired Girl, & Peppermint Patty!
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You're In Love, Charlie Brown is available for your home viewing on iTunes, DailyMotion, and DVD.
Audio blandishment by Ken Plume.