Peanuts Emmy Honored DVD cover (265x380)Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will issue a compilation of some of Snoopy and Charlie Brown’s most prestigious specials on September 15, 2015 with Peanuts: Emmy® Honored Collection. Boasting newly-remastered transfers, this collection gathers no less than 11 classic Peanuts specials, each of them being the recipient of either an Emmy® Award win or nomination. The two-disc set will contina more than four hours of Peanuts greatness.

So which specials are featured on Peanuts: Emmy® Honored Collection? Here’s the lineup:

You’re the Greatest, Charlie Brown: Original Broadcast Date: March 19, 1979 – “Hard work and team spirit is what Charlie Brown needs to win the decathlon at the school Junior Olympics event.” (This special was nominated for a Primetime Emmy® Award: Outstanding Animated Program.)

She’s a Good Skate, Charlie Brown: Original Broadcast Date: February 25, 1980 – “Peppermint Patty trains for a figure-skating competition with Snoopy as her coach.” (This special was nominated for a Primetime Emmy® Award: Outstanding Animated Program.)

It’s Magic, Charlie Brown: Original Broadcast Date: April 28, 1981 – “This special finds Snoopy putting on a show after he checks out a book on magic tricks from the library.” (This special was nominated for a Primetime Emmy® Award: Outstanding Animated Program.)

Someday You’ll Find Her, Charlie Brown: Original Broadcast Date: October 30, 1981 – “Charlie Brown is in love – again! He enlists Linus’ help to find a pretty girl he spotted in the crowd at a football game.” (This special was nominated for two Primetime Emmy ® Awards: Outstanding Animated Program; Outstanding Individual Achievement – Animated Programming.)

Is this Goodbye, Charlie Brown?: Original Broadcast Date: February 21, 1983 – “Linus’ father lands a new job which, means the family must relocate. As Linus and Lucy prepare to depart, the Peanuts gang all bid them farewell.” (This special was nominated for a Primetime Emmy® Award: Outstanding Animated Program.)

Life is a Circus, Charlie Brown: Original Broadcast Date: October 24, 1980 – “This special finds Snoopy joining the circus when he falls for one of its performers, a white poodle named Fifi. “ (This special earned a Primetime Emmy ® Award: Outstanding Animated Program.)

What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown?: Original Broadcast Date: May 30, 1983 – “This touching special finds the Peanuts gang in Europe as they visit various war memorials. They learn about the First and Second World Wars, and the sacrifices made by soldiers at various historical battles.” (This special was nominated for a Primetime Emmy® Award: Outstanding Animated Program.)

It’s Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown: Original Broadcast Date: April 16, 1984 – “This special is comprised of several clever parodies inspired by popular early ‘80s dance trends ranging from disco to break dancing as well as a series of top 40 hit songs from the era.” (This special was nominated for a Primetime Emmy® Award: Outstanding Animated Program.)

Snoopy’s Getting Married, Charlie Brown: Original Broadcast Date: March 20, 1985 – “Is Snoopy really planning on tying the knot? In this special, everyone in the Peanuts gang pitches in, in an effort to make preparations for Snoopy’s big wedding day.” (This special was nominated for a Primetime Emmy® Award: Outstanding Animated Program.)

Why, Charlie Brown, Why?: Original Broadcast Date: March 16, 1990 – “This moving special finds Linus learning how to cope with a very ill classmate, Janice, whom he has grown close to and feels a great deal of affection for.” (This special was nominated for a Primetime Emmy® Award: Outstanding Animated Program.)

You’re a Good Sport, Charlie Brown: Original Broadcast Date: October 28, 1975 – “It’s Motocross season and competing against the likes of Peppermint Patty and the Masked Marvel – aka a certain daredevil Beagle named Snoopy – can intimidate anyone.” (This special earned an Emmy ® Award: Outstanding Children’s Special.)

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