It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown (TV Movie 1992) Poster

Jamie E. Smith: Charlie Brown

Quotes 

  • Charlie Brown : Would you like to buy a Christmas wreath?

    Violet : It's not even Thanksgiving yet. By the time Christmas comes, all the needles will be falling off.

    Charlie Brown : Don't hang it near the turkey.

  • Charlie Brown : Would you like to buy a Christmas wreath?

    Patty : It isn't even Thanksgiving yet.

    Charlie Brown : Would you like to buy a Thanksgiving wreath?

  • Charlie Brown : [on the phone]  Sally thinks someone named Harold Angel is going to sing for her.

    Charlie Brown : [doorbell rings]  Excuse me, somebody's at the door.

    [Charlie Brown opens the door] 

    Harold Angel : Hi, is Sally home? My name is Herold Angel.

  • Peppermint Patty : Guess what, Chuck. Disaster time. Our teacher wants us to read a book during Christmas vacation. Got any suggestions?

    Charlie Brown : On what book to read?

    Peppermint Patty : No! On how to get out of it!

  • Sally Brown : How do you spell your name?

    Charlie Brown : I'm your brother, and you don't even know how to spell my name?

    Sally Brown : I'll put down "Sam". I know how to spell that.

  • Charlie Brown : I want to buy Peggy Jean a nice pair of gloves for Christmas, but they cost $25.

    Sally Brown : She's going to be dissappointed when she finds out that her boyfriend is a cheapskate.

    Charlie Brown : I'm not a cheapskate, I just don't have $25.

    Sally Brown : Put it on your credit card.

    Charlie Brown : I don't have a credit card.

    Sally Brown : So long, Peggy Jean.

  • Lucy Van Pelt : Where are you going to get $25?

    Charlie Brown : That's the problem.

    Lucy Van Pelt : Maybe you can sell your dog.

    [Snoopy blows a raspberry] 

    Lucy Van Pelt : I take it back. He's probably only worth 50 cents.

  • Peppermint Patty : Hey, Chuck, did Mary ever wear glasses?

    [pause] 

    Peppermint Patty : What do you mean "Mary Who"? In the Bible! Does it say anything about Mary wearing glasses?

    [pause] 

    Peppermint Patty : Then how come Marcie played Mary instead of me? And the teacher says I have to play a sheep!

    Charlie Brown : Why can't I ever be a wrong number?

  • Sally Brown : I live in mortal dread of getting out on stage and forgetting what I am to say.

    Charlie Brown : Well, if you did, you could always make up something.

    Sally Brown : That's true. How about "Hey"?

    Charlie Brown : Not very Biblical.

  • Sally Brown : This is the line I have to say in the Christmas play. See if I get it right.

    [hands Charlie Brown the script] 

    Sally Brown : Hark!

    Charlie Brown : You got it. I've always wondered how actors remember all those lines.

  • Charlie Brown : Why can't I ever be a wrong number?

  • [Sally and Charlie Brown are selling Christmas wreaths door-to-door] 

    Sally Brown : [to customer]  Good morning, ask your mom if she would like to buy a Christmas wreath. Tell her they were made from the famous forests of Lebanon. You can read about him in the second chapter of the second book of "Chronicles". If you buy two, we'll throw in an autographed photo of King Solomon.

    Charlie Brown : [to Sally; as they walk to the next house]  You can't tell people these wreaths were made from the forests of Lebanon! That's lying!

    [the two arrive at the next house as Sally rings the doorbell] 

    Sally Brown : [rudely]  Good morning. Would you like to buy a Christmas wreath made from some junky old branches my brother found in a Christmas tree lot? You wouldn't, would you? I can't say I blame you.

    Sally Brown : [to Charlie Brown; after the customers slams the door]  See? Your way doesn't work either!

    [fade to Sally and Snoopy contemplating how to sell the wreaths] 

    Sally Brown : [to Snoopy]  I think we need better packaging: we need a better way to show off our product.

    [cut to Sally and Snoopy selling wreaths door-to-door; Snoopy is wearing the wreath on his nose] 

    Sally Brown : [to the customer]  Good morning, would you like to buy a Christmas wreath?

  • Charlie Brown : Good morning, this is a Christmas wreath.

    Frieda : [snatches wreath away from Charlie Brown]  Thank you, I love samples.

  • [as Charlie Brown is selling Christmas wreaths door-to-door] 

    Charlie Brown : [to an adult]  Good morning, sir. Would you like to buy a nice Christmas wreath?

    [the homeowner slams the door in Charlie Brown's face sending both him and the wreath flying backwards into the snow] 

    Charlie Brown : [after spitting out snow]  Merry Christmas anyway, sir. "God bless us, everyone," said Tiny Tim, the last of all, "and joy to the world!"

    Charlie Brown : [picks up the wreath and heads home]  Rats!

  • Sally Brown : What was his name again?

    Charlie Brown : Santa Claus.

    Sally Brown : Any middle initial?

    Charlie Brown : No, I don't think so. At least I've never heard of one.

    Sally Brown : How about his wife? Do you know her name?

    Charlie Brown : Well, sometimes you hear people say her name is Mary Christmas.

    Sally Brown : Really? That's very interesting. Maybe I'll write to her instead.

    [starts writing a yuletide greetings] 

    Sally Brown : Dear Mary Christmas, Congratulations on deciding to keep your own name...

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