“Happiness Is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown” is an animated television special released in 2011. It was directed by Andy Beall and Frank Molieri and is based on the characters created by Charles M. Schulz.
The special centers around Linus, who is having a hard time giving up his beloved security blanket. When his grandmother announces that she is coming to visit and will expect him to be without his blanket, Linus becomes anxious and seeks advice from his friends.
As Linus tries to wean himself off the blanket, his friends attempt to help him by offering their own forms of comfort, but none of them seem to work. Meanwhile, Snoopy has found a new hobby, and Charlie Brown tries to impress a new girl at school.
“Happiness Is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown” is a heartwarming and nostalgic special that captures the essence of the classic “Peanuts” comics. With its lovable characters, memorable soundtrack, and timeless themes of friendship and growing up, it is a delightful addition to the “Peanuts” franchise and is sure to be enjoyed by fans of all ages.
Duration: 46 min.