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Snoopy!!! The Musical (TV special) Quotes

Snoopy: The Musical is a Animation that first aired in 1988 on CBS. Snoopy!!! The Musical completed its run in 1970.

Snoopy: The Musical lasted 1 episodes. It features Bill Melendez as producer, Sean Collins (Charlie Brown) doing voices, and Larry Grossman (composer) as composer. Snoopy: The Musical is executive produced by Charles M. Schulz Creative Associates. Snoopy: The Musical is created by Charles M. Schulz.

Snoopy: The Musical is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Snoopy: The Musical is 50 minutes long. Spinoffs for this show include It's the Girl in the Red Truck, Charlie Brown.

The cast includes: Jeremy Miller as Linus van Pelt, Ami Foster as Sally Brown, Tiffany Billings as Lucy van Pelt, and Cam Clarke as Snoopy.

Snoopy: The Musical Quotes

Ami Foster as Sally Brown

  • (Ami Foster) "See that leaf falling? This happens every year. This is known as one of the cycles of nature. There's a lesson to be learned from this. Do you know what it is?"
  • (Ami Foster) ""Columbus Day" by Sally Brown. This is my report."
  • (Charlie Brown) "I see."
  • (Ami Foster) "Columbus Day was a very brave man. He wanted to sail around the world. The queen said, "I can give you three ships, Mr. Day.""
  • (Charlie Brown) "Good luck."
  • (Ami Foster) "Thank you."

Cam Clarke as Snoopy

  • (Cam Clarke) "It, it, it, it -- it was a dark and stormy morning -- oh --"
  • (Cam Clarke) "pat, flat, trite."
  • (Cam Clarke) "It was a dark and stormy evening --"
  • (Cam Clarke) "It was a dark and stormy night, night? Right. When suddenly a shot was heard -- a shot was fired? When suddenly a shot rang out."
  • (Cam Clarke) "Rang out? Inspired. A door slammed, the maid screamed --"
  • (Cam Clarke) "That's building suspense -- when suddenly, a pirate ship appears on the horizon."
  • (Cam Clarke) "Appears? Appeared -- past tense. While millions of people were starving, while millions of people were starving, while millions of people were starving; what? The kiiiiiiing lived in luuuuuuuxury-y-y-y-y-y-y-y-y-y-y-yyyyyyy."
  • (Cam Clarke) "Dear Contributor: We are returning your stupid story. Give up. You are a terrible writer. Why do you bother us? We wouldn't use one of your stories if you paid us. Drop dead. Never send us another story. Get lost. Signed, the Editors."
  • (Cam Clarke) "It's just a Xerox form. But tomorrow, we start on a trilogy."
  • (Cam Clarke) "I'm gonna be the Big Bow Wow. Wait'll they see the old dog now. Stealing the show, my mom wouldn't know her pup."
  • (Cam Clarke) "Sometimes, when you're a great writer, the words come so fast you can hardly put them down on paper."
  • (Cam Clarke) "I -- T -- IT. Sometimes we writers take hours finding exactly the right word."
  • (Cam Clarke) "There are a lot of things that the round-headed kid and his friends do that I don't quite understand. I've noticed lately, that he and the one they call Peppermint Patty, spend a lot of time sitting under that tree over there. I wonder what they talk about?"
  • (Cam Clarke) "Sit up, lie down, roll over, play dead? What I need is a change. My life has become a bore. Everything's the same, day in, day out. I need; a change."
  • (Cam Clarke) "What a beautiful day this is, Woodstock."
  • (Cam Clarke) "Y-y-yes, the clouds are beautiful. Look at all those different shapes."
  • (Cam Clarke) "A V.I.P. YES. Very important pup."
  • (Cam Clarke) "It's nice to know that there are some things in life that you can count on, like that leaf over there on that tree. I can go to sleep and I know when I wake up, that leaf will still be there."
  • (Cam Clarke) "Well, what do you see, Charlie Brown?"
  • (Charlie Brown) "I was going to say a horsie and a duckie, but I changed my mind."
  • (Cam Clarke) "I, too, could've gone to school and become educated. I could've studied "The Odyssey", and "Lord Jim", and "Bleak House". But just because I'm a dog, they say I can't go to their stupid school. On the other hand, when they need a shortstop, then they don't seem to mind that I'm a dog. In fact, being a dog can sometimes be a distinct advantage."
  • (Cam Clarke) "At the very moment, a young intern was making an important discovery. The mysterious patient in Room 23 had suddenly awakened. She moaned softly. Could it be?"
  • (Cam Clarke) "That she was the sister of the boy in Kansas, who loved the girl with the tattered shawl, who was the daughter of the maid, who escaped from the pirates. The intern frowned. That has a good ring to it."
  • (Cam Clarke) "See how neatly it all fits together?"
  • (Charlie Brown) "What about the king?"
  • (Cam Clarke) "Bigger than Rin Tin Tin and Lassie, Bigger than Benji, twice as classy. Let 'em eat steak, It's time that I take my booooooooow."
  • (Cam Clarke) "Yes sir."
  • (Cam Clarke) "Sandy can throw in the towel. Snoopy, it's your night to hoooooooooowl. Now I'm the Biiiiiiig Bow Wow, Wow, Wow, Wow, Wow, Wooooooooow. Oh yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeah."
  • (Cam Clarke) "I spend a lot of my time lying here on the doghouse. That's because the round-headed kid and his friends spend a lot of their days in school. I often wonder what they do there all day."

Jeremy Miller as Linus van Pelt

  • (Charlie Brown) "Well, I'll be."
  • (Jeremy Miller) "Well, I'll be."
  • (Charlie Brown) "Who else do you know whose dog's just been promoted to head beagle?"
  • (Tiffany Billings) "Head beagle? That stupid dog can't be promoted to head beagle. He'll bring ruination upon the country. He'll destroy us all. He's inept, he's incompetent, he's --"
  • (Cam Clarke) "Hmph. If you don't mind, the head beagle would like to be alone to prepare his acceptance speech."
  • (Charlie Brown) "I recognize that kick. That's the kick of someone who'd like to be alone to prepare his acceptance speech."
  • (Cam Clarke) "I don't think that's an unreasonable request."
  • (Charlie Brown) "And considers that a reasonable request."
  • (Tiffany Billings) "Weird."
  • (Cam Clarke) "Just think; head beagle. I wish I knew where Mom was. Beautiful moments are meant to be shared."
  • (Jeremy Miller) "Poe."
  • (Jeremy Miller) "Edgar Allan, American poet, born in 1809."
  • (Charlie Brown) "He wrote "Cock Robin" and "My Darling Clementine"."
  • (Jeremy Miller) "Published "Tamerlane" in 1827."
  • (Ami Foster) "If you're listening, Heaven, Heaven, help me, help me."
  • (Jeremy Miller) "Poe."
  • (Jeremy Miller) "Edgar Allan got out of the army. Married Ms. Virginia Clemm."
  • (Charlie Brown) "He wrote Black Sambo and "Columbia, the Geeeem; of the Ocean"."
  • (Jeremy Miller) "Died in 1849."
  • (Ami Foster) "Tomorrow, I'll be fine."
  • (Charlie Brown) ""Sweet Adeline"."
  • (Jeremy Miller) "If I were to bring a TV dinner to school tomorrow, would I be allowed to use one of the ovens in the cafeteria to heat it up?"
  • (Jeremy Miller) "I see."

Tiffany Billings as Lucy van Pelt

  • (Charlie Brown) "I have never seen the sky as blue as it is today."
  • (Tiffany Billings) "Oh, I have. I remember back on July 14th, 1980, the sky was really blue. Oh yes, it was much bluer that day. And then I also remember on September 2nd, 1981, the sky was a very deep blue, and on June 1st of the very next year, the sky was --"
  • (Charlie Brown) "I can't stand it. I just can't stand it."
  • (Tiffany Billings) "You're what? You're giving me a Z? A Z is not a grade, a Z is sarcasm."
  • (Tiffany Billings) "Don't you say a word."
  • (Tiffany Billings) "Santa Claus has elves to help him. What does the Great Pumpkin have? Oranges?"
  • (Tiffany Billings) "Wouldn't it be great to have your whole life to live over if you knew then what you know now?"
  • (Tiffany Billings) "You know, if you use your imagination, you can see all sorts of things in the clouds. What do you see, Charlie Brown?"
  • (Charlie Brown) "Well --"
  • (Tiffany Billings) "May I ask you something? Did the Great Squash ever show up?"
  • (Jeremy Miller) "It's pumpkin."
  • (Jeremy Miller) "I'll never wait for him again until -- next -- year."
  • (Charlie Brown) "Do falling leaves make you sad?"
  • (Tiffany Billings) "Absolutely not. If they want to fall, I'd say "Let 'er fall." In fact, falling leaves are a very good sign. It's when you see them jumping back onto the trees that you're in trouble."

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