Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the whole gang are back in a heartwarming story. A new girl with red hair moves in across the street, and Charlie Brown falls in love. Now he tries to impress the Little Red-Haired Girl to make her feel like he’s a winner, but Charlie Brown just can’t do anything right. At the same time, Snoopy is writing a love story about his continuing battles with The Red Baron. Then Charlie Brown has accomplished something never done before. He gets a perfect score on his standardized test, but there has been a mistake. Should he tell the truth and risk losing all of his newfound popularity? Can Charlie Brown get the girl to love him, or will he go back to being a nothing?—Adam Nunez
Snoopy’s noises and Woodstock’s chirpings are taken by Bill Melendez’s performances from earlier Peanuts animated productions from 1965 to 2000 (including movies, TV series and TV specials). Years later the same technique was used in Tom & Jerry: The Movie (2021), where are featured archive recordings of William Hanna, who did all of the original screeches, yells, gasps, shrieks, howls and screams for Tom and Jerry heard in the original cartoons from 1942 to 1957.