Snoopy, Come Home (1983)
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Critic Reviews for Snoopy, Come Home
Most of the reasons we all loved the TV specials are well-served by the second film in the series
There's a great running gag involving a string of "No Dogs Allowed" signs, and the film is alternately humorous and heart-tugging.
Adventure-filled Peanuts journey has some sad moments.
Where this film towers above the first one is in the music, written by Disney stalwarts Richard M. and Robert B. Sherman.
Audience Reviews for Snoopy, Come Home
Ridiculed by everyone, this Peanuts adventure centres in on Snoopy as he fleas from his home with Charlie Brown when he finds out that he has an original owner in the hospital. In this very brutally honest feature, we follow a dog on how it is forbidden to enter any public place in town as he searches for his previous owner. This is a very sad film at it's core, but a beautiful one as well. Very well-drawn, very well-scripted for the film that it is, and characters that will put a smile on your face, this second Charlie Brown feature, "Snoopy, Come Home," is one for the ages. I highly recommend it to any fans of these characters or any parents looking to show their kids a cartoon with so much more to offer than nonsensical scenes. A terrific film for everyone!
A genius musical that I always love watching.
This was a decently cute movie and all but there just wasn't enough Charlie Brown and co. in it to completely pull me in. Snoopy IS adorable but I don't want to watch him traipsing around town for an hour doing nothing but laughing/crying. I think I prefer Linus's soliloquys and Charlie Brown's insecurities to anything else Peanuts can give me. The TV spots still remain the best out of the bunch.
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