I just found out about this French animated series which started in 2014. They're 1 minute or 7 minutes long, computer-animated but 2D.
Here's the English dub: http://normaal.fr/filmography/peanuts-de-schulz/?lang=en
And here's the original if you know French (I don't): http://normaal.fr/filmography/peanuts-de-schulz/
I discovered this through a blog post written a few days ago: http://aaugh.com/wordpress/
But the author didn't know about the English dub, so maybe it's just been released on the site: Perhaps it will start getting distributed abroad soon.
>Peppermint Patty's voice in the English version
Patty sounds... different. It's like they got a young girl with a really raspy voice instead of a sporty one to play her. It's not really wrong, it's just different.
The main comment I'd make is that the timing of the series in general is far too slow, even for "Peanuts." If it were tightened up even just a bit it would work better.
And for Sparky's sake, please get rid of the "Peanuts!" outcry from the kids for changing scenes.
Neither did I.
There were some decent parts, mostly where Charlie Brown exhibits the positive qualities the Little Red Haired Girl praises him for later.
But most of the rest was shit.
The Snoopy parts were the fucking worst.
The Snoopy parts where there for the kids. And you know how things "for the kids" are always the thing that ruins kids movies. Still, they didn't take up as much of the movie as I thought they would. But if I ever watch this movie again, I'm skipping them.
>The Snoopy parts were the fucking worst.
Did they just forget that Snoopy has had many alter egos besides the flying ace? It would've been a lot more interesting if they showed a different one in every scene but still had it all tied together to a subplot about rescuing that girl dog.
He was also Joe Cool in the movie. I would have been fine with them sticking to the flying ace the whole movie if they had actually remembered to write jokes for it. I don't think they had to use many different roles. Doing one well would have been fine.
You should see him in this special.
It was more like he was living his fictional romance through Charlie Brown's real one, which is why he was being so unusually helpful and why the tone of the story changed to match what was happening to Charlie Brown. It definitely served a purpose in the movie and it would have been great with better execution. It just was kind of boring. Just the fact that there's such a long action sequence in a Peanuts movie baffles me.
The story was great, explaining Snoopy's back story. I liked his siblings too.
I liked it but the structure of the movie was so off. It just felt like several high quality tv episodes glued together with little thought. Not to mention all the nostalgic fanservice