|Directed by:||Bill Melendez|
|Written by:||Charles M. Schulz|
|Release date:||November 27, 1992|
|Running time:||28 minutes|
|Proceded by:||It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown|
|Followed by:||You're in the Super Bowl, Charlie Brown|
It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown is an animated television special based on the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz. The special, the first Christmas-themed Peanuts special since the inaugural A Charlie Brown Christmas in 1965, is composed of various Christmas-related storylines from the strip itself. After an initial airing on CBS in November 1992, the program was released on video twice.
It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown is composed of several Christmas-themed storylines, all taken directly from the Peanuts comic strip.
Charlie Brown tries to sell wreaths door-to-door.
Peppermint Patty worries about her Christmas book report.
Charlie Brown sells his entire comic book collection in order to buy Peggy Jean a nice pair of gloves, only to find that she has already bought a pair.
Peppermint Patty and Marcie attend a performance of George Frideric Handel's Messiah.
Linus van Pelt tries to explain the true meaning of Christmas to Sally Brown, who is convinced that the true meaning of Christmas is "getting all you can get while the getting is good". However, Sally pays no attention to him.
The children participates in a Christmas play, where Marcie plays The Virgin Mary, Franklin gets the role of Gabriel, Peppermint Patty reluctantly plays a sheep (during the play, she made other animal sounds), and Sally, who has to say the line "Hark!" to summon a herald angel inadvertently says "Hockey stick!". Later, a boy named Harold Angel drops by Charlie Brown's house, looking for Sally.
- Jamie E. Smith - Charlie Brown
- John Christian Graas - Linus van Pelt
- Marnette Patterson - Lucy van Pelt
- Mindy Ann Martin - Sally Brown
- Phillip Lucier - Peppermint Patty
- Lindsay Benesh - Marcie
- Sean Mendelson- Franklin
- Deanna Tello - Peggy Jean/Violet
- Matthew Slowik - Harold Angel
- Bill Melendez - Snoopy/Woodstock