Carlitos y SNOOPY: la película de peanuts.

Carlitos y SNOOPY: la película de peanuts.

El próximo 25 de Diciembre, en plenas Navidades, salta alas carteleras la esperadísima película de Carlitos y Snoopy, que permite que los no ya tan jóvenes rememoren una entrañable parte de su infancia.

Sinopsis

Snoopy (creado en 1950 por el historietista charles  schulz) es junto a Charlie Brown, el personaje principal de la tira cómica peanuts, conocida en castellano bajo los títulos Carlitos, Charlie Brown y Snoopy o Rabanitos. La película narra cómo Snoopy se embarca en una gran misión por los cielos junto con su equipo para perseguir a su archienemigo, al tiempo que su mejor amigo, Charlie Brown, comienza su propia y épica vuelta a casa. Producida por Blue Sky Studios y dirigida por Steve Martino, con esta superproducción se conmemora el aniversario número 65 del mítico cómic.  ¡Una aventura que no te puedes perder!

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  1. Since I can remember, I was alayws fascinated by the Peanuts comic strip. I would watch and tape all the TV sepcials I could find, and check out all the books from the elementary school library (the shelving code was 741.5 Sch), even decorate my bedroon door with drawings of Good Ol’ Charlie Brown. Sadly, Charles Schulz passed away a week after I turned 20, and it was sad that morning to read the final Sunday strip and find that their creator had died just hours before. In this chronicle, from 1-1-99 up to 2-13-00, we see the escapades of all the characters. Most notable was the direction that Schulz was taking with Linus and Lucy’s little brother Rerun. If you read these strips, you can see the potential for development of Rerun that would have come. And like many, there was the question if Charlie Brown would ever kick the football, and much more. However, the fact that Schulz never revealed this, gives our imagination a chance to speculate. Some notable articles include Charlie Brown attending a dance class with a little girl named Emily, that Schulz introduced about 2-4 years ago. There is even a funny little weekday strip where Sally tries to write to Harry Potter. There are plenty of other intersting topics the gang covers, but I won’t go into detail here. Believe me, this is a great way to relax: kick back and read Peanuts 2000.

    Daniela / Responder

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