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A Charlie Brown Christmas Quotes

A Charlie Brown Christmas is a television program that appeared on TV in 1965 on CBS, and American Broadcasting Company. A Charlie Brown Christmas ended its run in 1970.

It features Bill Melendez as producer, Peter Robbins, Chris Shea, Kathy Steinberg, Tracy Stratford, Bill Melendez, Ann Altieri, Chris Doran, Sally Dryer, Karen Mendelson, and Geoffrey Ornstein doing voices, and Vince Guaraldi as composer. A Charlie Brown Christmas is executive produced by Lee Mendelson.

A Charlie Brown Christmas is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of A Charlie Brown Christmas is 25 minutes long. A Charlie Brown Christmas is produced by Lee Mendelson Films. Spinoffs for this show include Charlie Brown's All-Stars (1966).

A Charlie Brown Christmas Quotes

  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "May I help you?"
  • (Charlie Brown) "I'm in bad shape."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "Wait a minute. Before we begin, I request that you pay in advance. Five cents, please."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "Boy, what a sound. How I love the sound of clinking money. That beautiful sound of cold hard cash. Nickels, nickels, nickels. That beautiful sound of clinking nickels."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "Snoopy, you'll have to be all the animals in our play. Can you be a sheep?"
  • (Snoopy) "Baaa."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "How about a cow?"
  • (Snoopy) "Moo."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "How about a penguin?"
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "Yes, he's even a good penguin."
  • (Snoopy) "Roar."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "No, no, no."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "Listen, all of you. You've got to take direction. You've got to have discipline. You've got to have respect for your director."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "I oughta slug you."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "Ugh. I've been kissed by a dog. I have dog germs. Get hot water. Get some disinfectant. Get some Iodine."
  • (Snoopy) "Bleah."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "Are you afraid of responsibility? If you are, then you have hypengyophobia."
  • (Charlie Brown) "I don't think that's quite it."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "How about cats? If you're afraid of cats, you have ailurophasia."
  • (Charlie Brown) "Well, sort of, but I'm not sure."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "Are you afraid of staircases? If you are, then you have climacaphobia. Maybe you have thalassophobia. This is fear of the ocean, or gephyrobia, which is the fear of crossing bridges. Or maybe you have pantophobia. Do you think you have pantophobia?"
  • (Charlie Brown) "What's pantophobia?"
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "The fear of everything."
  • (Charlie Brown) "THAT'S IT."
  • (Charlie Brown) "Thanks for the Christmas card you sent me, Violet."
  • (Violet) "I didn't send you a Christmas card, Charlie Brown."
  • (Charlie Brown) "Don't you know sarcasm when you hear it?"
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "Here he comes. Attention, everyone, here's our director."
  • (Snoopy) "Whoooooooooooooooooooooo."
  • (Charlie Brown) "Man's best friend."
  • (Charlie Brown) "Actually, Lucy, my trouble is Christmas. I just don't understand it. Instead of feeling happy, I feel sort of let down."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "You need involvement. You'll need to get involved in some real Christmas project. How would you like to be the director of our Christmas play?"
  • (Charlie Brown) "Me? You want me to be the director of the Christmas play?"
  • (Charlie Brown) "I guess you were right, Linus. I shouldn't have picked this little tree. Everything I do turns into a disaster. I guess I really don't know what Christmas is all about."
  • (Charlie Brown) "Isn't there anyone who knows what Christmas is all about?"
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "Sure, Charlie Brown, I can tell you what Christmas is all about."
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "Lights, please."
  • (Linus Van Pelt) ""And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. And lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid. And the angel said unto them, 'Fear not:""
  • (Linus Van Pelt) ""for behold, I bring unto you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the City of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord. And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger.' And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host, praising God, and saying, 'Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.'""
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "That's what Christmas is all about, Charlie Brown."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "You think you're so smart with that blanket. What are you going to do with it when you grow up?"
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "Maybe I'll make it into a sport coat."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "I know how you feel about all this Christmas business, getting depressed and all that. It happens to me every year. I never get what I really want. I always get a lot of stupid toys or a bicycle or clothes or something like that."
  • (Charlie Brown) "What is it you want?"
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "Real estate."
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "Gee, do they still make wooden Christmas trees?"
  • (Charlie Brown) "This little green one here seems to need a home."
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "I don't know, Charlie Brown. Remember what Lucy said? This doesn't seem to fit the modern spirit."
  • (Charlie Brown) "I don't care. We'll decorate it and it'll be just right for our play. Besides, I think it needs me."
  • (Schroeder) "This is the music I've selected for the Christmas play."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "What kind of Christmas music is that ?"
  • (Schroeder) "Beethoven Christmas music."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "What has Beethoven got to do with Christmas? Everyone talks about how "great" Beethoven was. Beethoven wasn't so great."
  • (Schroeder) "What do you mean Beethoven wasn't so great?"
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "He never got his picture on bubblegum cards, did he? Have you ever seen his picture on a bubblegum card? Hmmm? How can you say someone is great who's never had his picture on bubblegum cards?"
  • (Schroeder) "Good grief."
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "I never thought it was such a bad little tree. It's not bad at all, really. Maybe it just needs a little love."
  • (Charlie Brown) "Look, let's rehearse the scene at the inn. Frieda --"
  • (Frieda) "I can't go on, there's too much dust. It's taking the curl out of my naturally curly hair."
  • (Charlie Brown) "Don't think of it as dust. Think of it as maybe the soil of some great past civilization. Maybe the soil of ancient Babylon. It staggers the imagination. He may be carrying soil that was trod upon by Solomon, or even Nebuchudnezzar."
  • (Pig-Pen) "Sort of makes you want to treat me with more respect, doesn't it?"
  • (Frieda) "You're an absolute mess. Just look at yourself."
  • (Pig-Pen) "On the contrary, I didn't think I looked THAT good."
  • (Charlie Brown) "Pig-Pen, you're the only person I know who can raise a cloud of dust in a snowstorm."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "Say, by the way, can you play "Jingle Bells?""
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "No, no. I mean "Jingle Bells." You know, deck them halls and all that stuff?"
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "No, no. You don't get it at all. I mean "Jingle Bells." You know, Santa Claus and ho-ho-ho, and mistletoe and presents to pretty girls."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "That's it."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "Linus, you've got to get rid of that stupid blanket, and here, memorize these lines."
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "I can't memorize these lines. This is ridiculous."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "Memorize it and be ready to recite when your cue comes."
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "I can't memorize something like this so quickly. Why should I be put through such agony? Give me one good reason why I should memorize this."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "I'll give you five good reasons."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "One, two, three, four, FIVE."
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "Those are good reasons. Christmas is not only getting too commercial, it's getting too dangerous."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "And get rid of that stupid blanket. What's a Christmas shepherd gonna look like holding a stupid blanket like that?"
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "Well, this is one Christmas shepherd who's going to keep his trusty blanket with him."
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "See? You wouldn't hurt an innocent shepherd, would you?"
  • (Patty) "Try to catch snowflakes on your tongue. It's fun."
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "Mmm. Needs sugar."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "It's too early. I never eat December snowflakes. I always wait until January."
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "They sure look ripe to me."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "Get the biggest aluminum tree you can find, Charlie Brown, maybe painted pink."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "Look, Charlie, let's face it. We all know that Christmas is a big commercial racket. It's run by a big eastern syndicate, you know."
  • (Shermy) "Every Christmas it's the same. I always end up playing a shepherd."
  • (Charlie Brown) "Sally, come here."
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "What do you want her for?"
  • (Charlie Brown) "She's gonna be your wife."
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "Good grief."
  • (Sally) "Isn't he the cutest thing?"
  • (Sally) "He has the nicest sense of humor."
  • (Sally) "I've been looking for you, big brother. Will you please write a letter to Santa Claus for me?"
  • (Charlie Brown) "Well, I don't have much time. I'm supposed to get down to the school auditorium to direct a Christmas play."
  • (Sally) "You write it and I'll tell you what I want to say."
  • (Charlie Brown) "Okay, shoot."
  • (Sally) "Dear Santa Claus, How have you been? Did you have a nice summer?"
  • (Sally) "How is your wife? I have been extra good this year, so I have a long list of presents that I want."
  • (Charlie Brown) "Oh brother."
  • (Sally) "Please note the size and color of each item, and send as many as possible. If it seems too complicated, make it easy on yourself: just send money. How about tens and twenties?"
  • (Charlie Brown) "TENS AND TWENTIES? Oh, even my baby sister."
  • (Sally) "All I want is what I -- I have coming to me. All I want is my fair share."
  • (Linus Van Pelt) "This really brings Christmas close to a person."
  • (Charlie Brown) "Fantastic."
  • (Charlie Brown) "What's going on here?"
  • (Charlie Brown) "Stop the music. All right now, we're going to do this play, and we're going to do it right. Lucy, get those costumes and scripts and pass them out. Now the script girl will be handing out your parts."
  • (Violet) "Boy, are you stupid, Charlie Brown."
  • (Patty) "What kind of a tree is that?"
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "You were supposed to get a good tree. Can't you even tell a good tree from a poor tree?"
  • (Violet) "I told you he'd goof it up. He isn't the kind you can depend on to do anything right."
  • (Patty) "You're hopeless, Charlie Brown."
  • (Frieda) "Completely hopeless"
  • (Charlie Brown) "Rats."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "You've been dumb before, Charlie Brown, but this time, you really did it."
  • (Lucy Van Pelt) "What a tree."
  • (Charlie Brown) "I've killed it. Oh. Everything I touch gets ruined."

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