Thursday, October 25, 2012

Happiness Is... Peanuts: Go Snoopy Go! Out on DVD Now!

Earlier this month, Warner Brothers released a brand new collection for Peanuts fans entitled: Happiness Is... Peanuts: Go Snoopy Go!  As I am a huge Peanuts fan, I was super excited to add this DVD to our collection!  The kids have really started to enjoy watching Peanuts and the gang too!  Their favorite episode right now is the TV special: It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown, which is included on this DVD.  We have been really into baseball lately since our St. Louis Cardinals were in the playoffs.  We all love watching Charlie Brown and the gang playing America's favorite pastime!  This DVD also contains 5 stories from the Charlie Brown & Snoopy show!  This DVD is a must have for collectors and Peanuts fans!  It would also make a great gift this holiday season for just about anyone on your list!

DVD Synopsis:

America’s favorite pastime only gets better when Peanuts gang hits the field in the TV special It’s Spring Training, Charlie Brown. Baseball season’s first game is coming up, but Charlie Brown’s team doesn’t even have uniforms. Can their new player, little Leland, help them reach a big victory? Then, the antics continue in five adventures from The Charlie Brown & Snoopy Show. Snoopy swoops in on the gang when he thinks he’s a winged predator in Vulture, Linus tries to break a habit in Blanket, school means trouble for Peppermint Patty, the back of a bicycle is the road to excitement in Rerun and Charlie Brown tries to rouse spirits in Rainy Day. Bring home the latest Peanuts DVD collection as there’s no stopping the fun when Snoopy is on the go!


You can purchase Happiness Is... Peanuts: Go Snoopy Go! on Amazon for only $12.99!

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