Lee Mendelson Films

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Lee Mendelson Films
Film production, television production, animation
Founded 1989
Founder Lee Mendelson
Headquarters Burlingame, California, United States
Owner Universal Uclick

Lee Mendelson Films is an animation studio situated in Burlingame, California[1] and best known for Peanuts animated film productions including Snoopy, Come Home and A Boy Named Charlie Brown. It was founded by Lee Mendelson.


Airdate Title Network
December 9, 1965 A Charlie Brown Christmas CBS
June 8, 1966 Charlie Brown's All-Stars
October 27, 1966 It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
June 12, 1967 You're in Love, Charlie Brown
February 14, 1968 He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown
October 21, 1968 The Story of Babar, the Little Elephant NBC
September 27, 1969 It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown CBS
March 28, 1971 Play It Again, Charlie Brown
September 7, 1971 Babar Comes to America NBC
October 29, 1972 You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown CBS
March 11, 1973 There's No Time for Love, Charlie Brown
November 20, 1973 A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
February 1, 1974 It's a Mystery, Charlie Brown
April 9, 1974 It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown
January 28, 1975 Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown
October 28, 1975 You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown
March 16, 1976 It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown
October 24, 1977 It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown
February 23, 1978 What a Nightmare, Charlie Brown!
March 19, 1979 You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown
February 25, 1980 She's a Good Skate, Charlie Brown
October 24, 1980 Life Is a Circus, Charlie Brown
April 28, 1981 It's Magic, Charlie Brown
October 30, 1981 Someday You'll Find Her, Charlie Brown
May 24, 1982 A Charlie Brown Celebration
August 5, 1982 Here Comes Garfield
February 21, 1983 Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown?
May 30, 1983 What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown?
September 14, 1983 Garfield on the Town
April 16, 1984 It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown
March 20, 1985 The Romance of Betty Boop
Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown
January 1, 1986 Happy New Year, Charlie Brown!
May 15, 1987 Cathy
January 29, 1988 Snoopy!!! The Musical
September 27, 1988 It's the Girl in the Red Truck, Charlie Brown
November 11, 1988 Cathy's Last Resort
February 10, 1989 Cathy's Valentine
March 16, 1990 Why, Charlie Brown, Why?
November 27, 1992 It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown
January 18, 1994 You're in the Super Bowl, Charlie Brown NBC
January 18, 1996 It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown Direct-to-video
August 5, 1997 It Was My Best Birthday Ever, Charlie Brown
September 12, 2000 It's the Pied Piper, Charlie Brown
February 14, 2002 A Charlie Brown Valentine ABC
December 8, 2002 Charlie Brown's Christmas Tales
August 29, 2003 Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown
December 9, 2003 I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown

Television series[edit]

Title Years Network
The Perishers (TV series)
Fred Basset#Fred Basset television cartoon series
The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show 1983-1985 CBS
This Is America, Charlie Brown 1988-1989

Feature films[edit]

Release Date Title Distributor
December 4, 1969 A Boy Named Charlie Brown Cinema Center Films
August 9, 1972 Snoopy, Come Home
August 24, 1977 Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown Paramount Pictures
May 30, 1980 Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!)

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