You Don't Look 40, Charlie Brown is a TV special which celebrates the fortieth anniversary of the Peanuts comic strip series. The special includes interviews with voice actors who voiced the Peanuts characters. It originally aired on the CBS network on February 2, 1990. It was hosted by actress Michelle Lee. Notably, this was the only Peanuts documentary to be released on VHS through Paramount.
Actors and actresses interviewed
- Brad Kesten (Charlie Brown, 1983–1985)
- Chad Allen (Charlie Brown, 1985)
- Stuart Brotman (Peppermint Patty, 1975–1977)
- Erin Chase (Charlie Brown, 1988–1989)
- Sally Dryer (Lucy van Pelt, 1966–1968)
- Robin Kohn (Lucy van Pelt, 1972–1973)
- Bill Melendez (Snoopy and Woodstock)
- Jeremy Miller (Linus van Pelt, 1985–1986)
- Geoffrey Ornstein ("Pig-Pen", 1965)
- Peter Robbins (Charlie Brown, 1965–1969)
- Heather Stoneman (Lucy van Pelt, 1984–1985)
- Clips from this documentary and It's Your 20th Television Anniversary, Charlie Brown would be used for An Enduring Classic: Peanuts Creator Charles Schulz.
- The songs "Baseball Is...", "We're Gonna Have a Party Tonight", "The Great Pumpkin", and "Dreamin' On My Doghouse" were songs heard on the respective Worlds of Wonder Snoopy doll and audio tapes, Snoopy's Baseball Game, Snoopy's Birthday Party, Snoopy and the Great Pumpkin, and Snoopy Goes Camping.
- Parts of the opening sequence were later re-used in the opening sequence of It's Your 50th Christmas, Charlie Brown.
- During the Joe Cool music video, the animation of Snoopy flossing is reused from It's Dental Flossophy, Charlie Brown.
- This special was nominated for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Children's Program.