Linus “owns the room” as he takes center stage and confidently delivers one of the most inspiring speeches of our time. In less than a minute Linus unites us all, painting a vision of love, joy and peace.
Wishing you the same this holiday season,
A little background: First broadcast on Dec. 9, 1965 with more than 15.4 million viewers, A Charlie Brown Christmas received rave reviews by almost every major television critic and earned Schulz and Mendelson an Emmy for Outstanding Children’s Program. Click here to discover: 10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About “A Charlie Brown Christmas”.
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