A Charlie Brown Christmas became one of the most successful Christmas television specials ever. But the odds were stacked against it in 1965. Written and produced under a crazy deadline, the network executives were sure it would flop like a Charlie Brown Christmas tree. But of course, things turned out differently.
This episode includes an interview with Benjamin Clark, curator of the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, CA.
Image above is courtesy the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center.
Music in this episode
- “Nouvelle Noel” — Kevin MacLeod, via Incompetech
- “Shades of Spring” — Kevin MacLeod, via Incompetech
- “Covert Affair” — Kevin MacLeod, via Incompetech
- “Wish Background” — Kevin MacLeod, via Incompetech