Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown
Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown (1977)

This feature-length animated cartoon was based on the "Peanuts" characters created by comic-strip artist Charles M. Schultz. The gang is shipped off to summer camp, where Charlie Brown gets a "Go away and leave me alone"… More

Rated: G
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Release Date: June 2, 1977
DVD Release Date: February 10, 2015
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New York Times

Can amount to either a delightful experience or a pleasant but slightly wearing one, depending upon the intensity of one's fascination with the basic "Peanuts" my...[ END HERE ]tique

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TV Guide

The animation is no better than competent, but the film has a nice bluegrass-style musical score by Ed Bogas and should be fine for the kids and "Peanuts" fans.

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Mister Caple
Released in the summer of 1977,the third installment or sequel featuring Charles Schultz' Peanuts characters in another theatrical feature. This time… More
Christopher Oakley
For Peanuts fans it is fun little cartoon with some great Snoopy moments. But, by todays animation standards, it seems crudely drawn and doesn't completely… More
Lafe Fredbjornson
Decent summer camp movie with the animated Peanuts characters. They don't get too preachy, and make for a fun flick. I liked the theme song "Race for… More
Bradley Wright
This was just the Peanuts at their best.