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    Peanuts A Charlie Brown Christmas Charlie Brown Production Cel (Bill Melendez, 1965). "I don't care, we'll decorate it and it will be just right for our play... besides I think it needs me!" says Charlie Brown to Linus as he picks out the famous tiny Christmas tree. This is a rare hand-inked, hand-painted production cel of Charlie Brown from the end of the episode when he takes it out of the auditorium on his way home to decorate it. Great image of 4". The cel is on a photo print background for presentation purposes. This historic short was written by Charles Schulz, directed by Bill Melendez and had a score by Vince Guaraldi. The short premiered on CBS on 12/9/65. It went on to win both an Emmy and Peabody Awards. Cel is in Fine condition.


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    June, 2021
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