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Snoopy, Come Home (1972)
Studio: Paramount Studio
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Product Details
  • Director: Bill Melendez
  • Format: Color, Animated, Closed-captioned, NTSC
  • Rated: G (General Audience)
  • Studio: Paramount Studio
  • Video Release Date: May 29, 2023
  • Running Time: 80
  • Language: E (E), O (O)
  • ASIN: B00005BCMS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 Based on 30 reviews.
  • Sales Rank: 1624

Customer Reviews

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

1Worst Peanuts Movie EVER!!!!, May 9, 2023
I have purchased a dozen or so Peanuts videos as my wife is a big fan of anything "Snoopy". That is, until this movie. My family sat down together today to watch with the anticipation of seeing the normal Peanuts humor and wit. Their descriptions half-way through the movie were "wierd" and "boring". The movie is incredibly long for a Peanuts film at about 90 minutes. Much of this time is filled with unnecessary songs attempting to make this video some type of '70s musical.

Snoopy is rude, mean, and even ungrateful to Charlie Brown in the first part of the movie. He spends days hanging out at the beach with Peppermint Patty for totally unexplained reasons. It makes you wonder why everyone is so glad to see him when he comes back in the end (Oops! I gave away the ending!) The ending is mercifully short, but predictable after being painfully dragged through the first 90% of the video.

This should have been a 30 minute video. It seems that the creators tried to add to much "filler" to drag it out to a full-length film but they neglected to add anything meaningful to the story.

I gave it one star since 3 of the 4 members of my family fell asleep during the video (the daughter who stayed awake was doing homework instead of paying attention to the story.) This one is definitely going on the back shelf or on eBay!

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

5"Snoopy, Come Home, Why, Oh,Why do You Roam?", Feb 6, 2023
I have fond childhood memories of watching this with my mom, and singing along with the songs of the movies. I also remember that this was one of the most entertianing movies I have ever watched, and I didn't even know it at the time. I felt good when I watched this movie, and I showed emotion towards it, and it has made me teary everytime I watch it(I am a man, just so you know). It has a devestating emotional effect for a cartoon. I have watched it today, and am in awe at that it has such a strong emotional feel to it. I have always liked Charlie Brown, I owned all of the movies, I played with the Snoopy doll, I had the sippy cups. I have also watched the other movies(Bon Voyage,Charlie Brown(And Don't Come Back!), Race For Your Life Charlie Brown.) and they are great in their own way, but they don't even compare to this.

Snoopy is a dog. He is allowed to go places that Humans are allowed to go, He goes to the library, the Beach. One day, that is taken away from him(this is just a minor underplot). He one day, gets a letter from his former owner Lyla, She is sick, and in a hospital, and is lonely, so Snoopy packs up and takes Woodstock and they go on a journey to see Lyla. Charlie Brown doesn't quite understand why his dog left. He feels that he has been a bad owner, and starts pondering how much better Lila is. The Gang starts to feel sad that Snoop has left. Linus is sad that he doesn't have Snoopy to shoo away form his blanket. Lucy feels sad that she can't box with Snoopy or do whatever else with him. Charlie Brown misses him the most and has lack of sleep because of it. Linus finds out about Lila, and sees that she was Snoopy's previous owner, and that Charlie Brown had bought a used dog. He feels sad.

Snoopy and Woodstock get to the hospital, They find out a obstecle is blocking them from seeing Lila, A No Dogs Allowed Sign. They are determined to get in, and they do. Lila is happy to see him and they play in The Hospital, and Lila gets better each day, and she asks Snoopy to come home with her. He reliezes that he has to say goodbye to Charlie Brown, and all of his friends. Snoopy gets back home, and They have a very tearful going away party, everybody gives a speech and a gift.
Snoopy then leaves for Lila's house, and he gets there, and sees that No Dogs Allowed sign, and jumps for joy! He starts running home and He is back with all of his friends and family, because of one thing, Charlie Brown is his true owner, and his best friend. He can't just up and leave him.

The movie is brillant. The Animation itself is nice and detialed, although Schulz keep the same simple designs to the characters. I have enjoyed this movie and I plan to show it to my kids, and hope that they show it to their kids so that they can keep this movie alive and well, because it is a classic in movies. It can stand above the ranks of Citzen Kane, A Clockwork Orange, and all others and hold its own. I am not saying that it is better than those, but I feel it can hold its own with it.

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

5Very touching movie, Dec 19, 2022
I love this movie. Like others have mentioned, i can remember the music and the story long after I saw it. My main reason for reviewing it is on the off-chance that somehow the people who own it will make it into a dvd....and even more unlikely, but I wish with all of my heart that they would take the original soundtrack and turn it into a cd. I really loved these songs.

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:

5Classic Peanuts and a tearjerker., Apr 26, 2023
I bought the VHS (because it has not been released on DVD) version of this movie for my 5 y/o daughter (an avid Peanuts fan) and myself. I last saw this movie at least 25 years ago, yet I remembered all the songs/lyrics as if I had just watched it yesterday. My little girl was captivated by the movie and the so very sad "goodbye scene" even made her cry (which in turn almost made me cry).

12 of 15 people found the following review helpful:

4I can't stand it... I just can't stand it, Apr 23, 2023
You know, under this fa├žade of sheer machismo, I'm really just a pathetic little wuss-bag of a girly-man. Yep, here I am in my late twenties, and I still get misty watching "Snoopy Come Home"! Oh, I've tried endless viewings of Clint, Sly & Arnie flicks- and any other cinematic fare that's saturated in pure manliness- to exorcise this little skeleton in my closet, all for naught. Snoopy's drawn-out farewell to ol' Chuck is just as weepingly heart-breaking today as it was when my eight-year-old eyes first saw it. If it weren't for the upbeat ending, I'd likely be on heavy antidepressants now!

But that's not the worst of it- some time ago I let a close friend in on my softer side surfacing whenever this harrowing tale comes on the tube. This ended up being one of the biggest mistakes I've ever made. Not one to keep the knowledge of a fellow man's secret shame to himself, he made sure my little quirk became well-known among our other less-than-sympathetic hang-out buds. Now I can't even host an old-school Star Trek eppie marathon party without some wiseguy slipping a "Snoopy Come Home" video in between the second season finale & the third-season premiere. With friends like these, who needs grief counselors?

My word of advice to you: if watching "Snoopy Comes Home" (or any other movie for that matter) leaves you feeling a little misty- and no one else knows about it- do yourself a favor and keep it to yourself. You'll be spared quite a bit of pain & anguish if ya do, believe you me!



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