Snoopy, Come Home


1h 10m 1972

Brief Synopsis

The adventures of Lucy, Linus and of course Charlie Brown, this time Snoopy disappears, where he will be? All his friends meet to find him

Film Details

Also Known As
Snobben, kom hem, Snoopy, Come Home
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1972
Production Company
National General Pictures
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment; National General Pictures

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 10m
Sound
Mono
Color
Color (Technicolor)

Synopsis

Charlie Brown's beloved dog Snoopy receives a letter from his original owner, Lila, who has been sick in the hospital. With his bird friend Woodstock, Snoopy goes to visit Lila making his way across the country despite seeing no dogs allowed signs everywhere. When Lila gets better, she asks Snoopy to live with her. After a farewell party, he sets out to live with Lila leaving Charlie Brown depressed.

Film Details

Also Known As
Snobben, kom hem, Snoopy, Come Home
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1972
Production Company
National General Pictures
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment; National General Pictures

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 10m
Sound
Mono
Color
Color (Technicolor)

Quotes

I'm depressed, Linus. I need an encouraging word to cheer me up.
- Charlie Brown
Happiness lies in our destiny like a cloudless sky before the storms of tomorrow destroy the dreams of yesterday and last week.
- Linus
I think that blanket is doing something to you.
- Charlie Brown
Oh, no! Not on Pacific! With hotels?
- Lucy
Pay me twelve hundred and seventy-five dollars, please.
- Schroeder
Schroeder... Schroeder... how about a beep on the nose?
- Lucy
A what?
- Schroeder
BEEP. A beep on the nose is a sign of great affection.
- Lucy
I'd rather have the twelve hundred and seventy-five dollars, please. PAY UP!
- Schroeder

Trivia

This was the only "Peanuts" theatrical feature that did not have the words "Charlie Brown" in the title.

One of the guests at Snoopy's goodbye party has the number five on his shirt. This is probably supposed to be 5, an easily forgotten character from the Peanuts strip whose whole family had numbers for names. His full name is 5 95472 (the accent is on the 4).

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1972

Released in United States on Video February 6, 1996

Released in United States 1972

Released in United States on Video February 6, 1996