Released in 1972 - Snoopy, Come Home is a cute, animated musical comedy-drama film (based on the Peanuts comic strip) which was directed by Bill Melendez and written by Charles M. Schulz. This film marked the on-screen debut of Woodstock, who had first appeared in the strip in 1967.
As the story goes - Charlie Brown's beloved dog Snoopy receives a letter from his original owner, Lila, who has been sick in the hospital.
With his bird-friend Woodstock coming along - Snoopy goes to visit Lila, making his way across the country despite seeing "No Dogs Allowed" signs everywhere.
When Lila gets better, she asks Snoopy to live with her. After a farewell party, he sets out to live with Lila, leaving poor Charlie Brown depressed... (*Watch "At The Beach" movie-clip*)
Snoopy runs away from home because he is tired of sign saying no dogs allowed. Well, I think you are your family can see his point where your not wanted. There are exceptions though, and Snoopy is loved by his friends. They have an adventure bringing Snoopy home. Great fun for the family!
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