Monday, January 23, 2017

Peanuts by Schulz: Snoopy Tales DVD Review & Giveaway! (3 Winners) (U.S.) Ends 2/5

Disclosure: I received a copy of Peanuts by Schulz: Snoopy Tales on DVD from Warner Bros. in exchange for my post. No other compensation was exchanged or received. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with free copies of the DVD I am giving away in this giveaway post.




Two-Disc DVD Includes 32 Episodes for Over Three Hours of Peanuts Cartoon Fun!

Peanuts fans rejoice! Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) is set to release an all-new animated collection featuring cartoons from the newly launched Peanuts cable television series. Titled Peanuts by Schulz: Snoopy Tales, this collection includes 32 shorts, which are based on the iconic, print comic strip created by Charles Schulz. Frame by frame, viewers will take a nostalgic trip, revisiting some of Schulz’s most endearing Peanuts themes spanning over 50 years. This must-own collection will be available in stores January 24, 2017. Peanuts by Schulz: Snoopy Tales will retail for $18.94 SRP.

Experience Peanuts like never before with this beautifully animated series that captures the adventures of Charlie Brown, his lovable beagle, Snoopy and the rest of the Peanuts gang. The first new animated Peanuts cartoon series in over 10 years, Peanuts by Schulz: Snoopy Tales presents viewers with stories from the original, print comic strips, told through a series of beautifully animated vignettes. Whether pestering Charlie Brown for a snack, battling Linus for his blanket or snoozing the day away with Woodstock, Snoopy once again proves that he’s not your ordinary dog. Peanuts by Schulz: Snoopy Tales is sure to captivate both new and long-time Peanuts fans alike.

“Consumers today may not remember that Peanuts originated as a comic strip. Peanuts by Schulz: Snoopy Tales has combined two wonderful mediums, print comic strips and cutting-edge animation to create a really unique Peanuts experience,” said Mary Ellen Thomas, Vice President Family & Animation Marketing. She added, “Peanuts by Schulz: Snoopy Tales takes us back to the origins of Charles Schulz’s remarkable work. No Peanuts fan will want to miss this new release.”

Peanuts premiered in the U.S. on Boomerang, Cartoon Network’s sister station in May 2016.

32 Episodes:
1. Come on Snoopy!
2. A Day with Snoopy
3. My Blanket
4. Crazy Mutt
5. Good Dog
6. Sound & Sensibility
7. Train Your Dog
8. Going My Way
9. The Call of the Wild
10. A Pretty Picture
11. Beware of the Dog
12. Winter Wonderland
13. A Hard Winter
14. Word of Mouth
15. Too Cold
16. Woodstock
17. Christmas is Coming
18. Telling Stories
19. Man’s Best Friend
20. Off Key
21. Not My Day
22. A Little Love
23. Good for Nothing
24. Let It Snow
25. Security
26. Nice Doggy
27. Company
28. Reach for the Stars
29. Fly
30. Feeling Insecure
31. Always Right
32. Even the Score

My Review:
My family and I love Snoopy! We love kicking back on a rainy or snowy day, popping some popcorn and watching a movie, or some animated Peanuts cartoons. It's nice to be able to play 2-4 of them at a time, and then put in a different movie, and then go back to the Peanuts DVD where we left off to watch more! We really enjoyed "Let It Snow," "Woodstock" and "A Day with Snoopy!" Those were my favorite. I hope you all enjoy watching the Peanuts gang and Snoopy as much as I enjoyed sharing them with my three children. I feel that we should all get back to basics and back to keeping our children as innocent as possible for a long as we can. Watching the older animated cartoons, animated movies and other older movies can help us to accomplish that.

Purchase your copy now at or at your local movie retailer.

Win It!

Enter below using the Giveaway Tools form for a chance to win your own copy of "Peanuts by Schulz: Snoopy Tales" on DVD, 3 Winners! Giveaway is open to residents in All 50 U.S. States, 18 years of age or older. NO P.O. Boxes, sorry. Giveaway ends on 2/5/17.


  1. I'm a Snoopy, would rather have people leave me alone! :)

  2. I blieve I am closest to Charlie Brown.

  3. I am more like Snoopy. Just like doing my own thing.

  4. I have always been a big Snoopy fan, and I also like Peppermint Patty too.

  5. Linus, the most mature and preternaturally bright one yet he still can't let go of that darn blanket.

  6. honestly, I think I a most like Snoopy. I am very carefree and easy going and tend to do my own thing.

  7. I've always loved (and related to) Marcie, Peppermint Patty's friend! She's loyal and friendly to everyone and uses common sense!

  8. I love Snoopy but im more like Charlie Brown

  9. I love Snoopy but I must say I am more Lucy like!

  10. I think I am closest to Peppermint Patty, I was always a tomboy and hung out with the guys playing ball!

  11. Pigpen because dirt just jumped on my boys as soon as they walked out of the house.

  12. I like Snoopy!


  13. I most relate to Charlie Brown I believe.

  14. Unfortunately, I most relate to Pig-Pen. But where is the Flying Ace on the list?

  15. I think I am most relate to Snoopy
    Thank You
    Fiona N

  16. I love Lucy...I love her sassiness!

  17. I'm a Snoopy fan.
    I don't have a way to copy and paste with my computer.

  18. I would say I relate most to Linus. He's smart and cares about others.

  19. I think I relate most to Charlie Brown.

  20. I most relate to woodstock. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win. Bernie W BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)com

  21. I most relate to Charlie Brown, because I am a bit lost and confused.

  22. I relate most to Woodstock...I just keep flying along even when I run into something along the way!


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