Snoopy, a cartoon figure known to millions, comes full orbit to screen. This is the second cartoon feature based upon Charles M. Schulz' cartoon creations. Lee Mendelson and Bill Melendez, who produced A Boy Named Charlie Brown, focus most of their attention on the independent beagle who is the despair of his master, Charlie Brown.

Snoopy, a cartoon figure known to millions, comes full orbit to screen. This is the second cartoon feature based upon Charles M. Schulz’ cartoon creations. Lee Mendelson and Bill Melendez, who produced A Boy Named Charlie Brown, focus most of their attention on the independent beagle who is the despair of his master, Charlie Brown.

Schulz has written the story of the adventures of Snoopy as he leaves home to try to find Lila, his original owner, who writes from the hospital that she needs him.

Snoopy is captured by a little girl who gives him some bad moments, he engages in a boxing match with Lucy, tries to snatch Linus’ security blanket from that worthy, finally is able to make his way to Lila’s hospital room.

Snoopy, Come Home

Production

Director Bill Melendez; Producer Lee Mendelson, Bill Melendez; Screenplay Charles M. Schulz; Camera Dickson/Vasu; Editor Robert T. Gillis, Charles McCann, Rudy Zamora Jr; Music Richard M. Sherman, Robert B. Sherman (Melendez)

Crew

(Color) Available on VHS, DVD. Extract of a review from 1972. Running time: 80 MIN.
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