|Directed by:||Bill Melendez|
|Written by:||Charles M. Schulz|
|Release date:||May 24, 1982|
|Running time:||60 minutes|
|Proceded by:||Someday You'll Find Her, Charlie Brown|
|Followed by:||Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown?|
Unlike previous Peanuts specials, this special consists of a number of stories adapted from the comic strip, between August 26, 1956 and August 3, 1979 but has no unifying plot.
There are many storylines throughout the special, such as when Peppermint Patty enrolled in dog school, Peppermint Patty's baseball team wanted hats, Linus meets Truffles on a feild trip, when Lucy throws Schroeder's piano down a sewer, when Charlie Brown runs away and meets the Goose Eggs, when Charlie Brown ends up at the hospital, and a few others.
- The formula used in this special, several stories with one or two-word titles, was later adapted for the Saturday morning CBS series, The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show, which started in 1983, and used in another special, It's an Adventure, Charlie Brown.
- Although Lucy taunts Charlie Brown to kick the football in this special, this is the first time she definitely promises never to pull it away again. When Charlie Brown gets ill at a ball game, Lucy promises never to pull the ball away. She does not pull the ball away when Charlie Brown gets better, but he misses and kicks her arm, resulting in her arm being encased in a cast. Charlie Brown is mentioned as kicking it in the It's Magic, Charlie Brown special.
- Despite the special airing in 1982, the copyright date is 1981.
- Michael Mandy - Charlie Brown
- Rocky Reilly - Linus van Pelt
- Kristen Fullerton - Lucy van Pelt
- Cindi Reilly - Sally Brown
- Brent Hauer - Peppermint Patty
- Shannon Cohn - Marcie
- Christopher Donohoe - Schroeder
- Casey Carlson - Truffles
- Bill Melendez - Snoopy\Woodstock
- Charles M. Schulz- Himself
- John Hiestand - Announcer