The second feature film (following A Boy Named Charlie Brown) based on Charles Schulz‘s timeless Peanuts characters), Snoopy, Come Home is another fun-filled flick for the whole family. This time around, Snoopy and his bird pal Woodstock (who debuted in this film, go on an adventure-packed journey to visit the pooch’s first owner, who is hospitalized. Along the way, the pair encounter endless “No Dogs Allowed” signs and discover that the love between a dog and its owner is one of the strongest bonds in the world.
Snoopy, Come Home is packed with the sort of huge laughs and genuine emotion that has come to define the work of Charles Schulz. Since its theatrical release in 1972, the movie has won the hearts of endless moviegoers. This one included.
This post originally ran last year and is being reprinted as we are currently in the Dog Days of Summer, so we figured we’d honor one of pop culture’s greatest pooches!