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CBS re-aired the special annually through 2000, with ABC picking up the rights beginning in 2001, where it now airs annually at Halloween, followed by You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown, as if to emphasize the proximity between Halloween and Election Day ; furthermore, the latter includes mention of the " Great Pumpkin " as well.
In John Fahey's " Screaming and Hollerin ' the Blues " there is an interview conducted with Booker Miller, who was a contemporary of Charlie Patton, he makes mention of someone who is most likely Tommy McClennan, though he does not know his name:
Eventually, the Little Red-Haired Girl moved back to Charlie Brown's neighborhood, with no further mention of her ever having been away.
To promote the nascent starlet, Paramount Pictures often paired Windsor with the newly divorced legendary actor Charlie Chaplin in publicity photographs, leading the tabloid press to give mention to the young actress in print.

Charlie and wet
The Count enters the house, and is hit by a wet rag thrown by the maid, intended for Charlie.

Charlie and was
It was a fair fight, the boy provoked it -- Big Charlie told me so.
After all, when one has asked whatever became of old Joe and Charlie when one has inquired who it was Sue Brown married and where it is they now live when questions are asked and answered about families and children, and old professors when the game and its probable outcome has been exhausted that does it.
Charlie Marble was back and forth on several occasions, first to confer with Andy on the advisability of cancelling the Las Vegas engagement -- they decided it was wise -- and later to announce that a prominent comedian, also an agency client, had agreed to fill the casino's open date.
Charlie was waiting, leaning against a building front.
There was still a little, not much, left in the first bottle and we passed it around once and killed it, and Charlie opened his.
About halfway through the second bottle, Charlie looked at me across Pops, who was sitting between us and asked `` Now ''??
When he handed it back and I had hold of it safely, Pops was looking toward me and I said `` Now '', to Charlie and he swung the short length of lead pipe he'd meanwhile taken from his pocket, once.
it was not quite six o'clock when we finished and Charlie said, `` Well, I guess that's it.
The appointment was announced at a news conference at which Skorich said he would retain two members of Shaw's staff -- Jerry Williams and Charlie Gauer.
( On Thursday nobody except Charlie Coe was thinking of Charlie Coe.
Then Charlie spooned out some quick impressions of the Nikita he had glimpsed: `` I was captivated by his humor, frankness and good nature and by his kind, strong and somewhat sly face ''.
but Charlie knew what was wrong with him and knew, too, that there was no pill to cure it.
All Charlie could look forward to was a yellow pill at noon, a salami sandwich for lunch, and a lonely old age -- if he lived that long.
The first was by Charlie Rich, which went to number 22 in 1976.
The French critics thought it was characteristic of American films of the 1930s or 1940s ; however, it was mostly characteristic of cheaper American movies, such as Charlie Chan mysteries where people collected in front of a fireplace or at the foot of the stairs in order to explain what happened a few minutes ago.
Following transposition and docking, the crew noticed the exterior surface of the Lunar Module was giving off particles from a spot where the LM's skin appeared torn or shredded ; at one point, Charlie Duke estimated they were seeing about five to ten particles per second.
This was denounced as a double standard by left-wing critics such as then Knesset Member Charlie Biton.
The main Breakfast presenters have also appeared on the channel since it was first launched as a simulcast programme in 2000, with the current presenters being Bill Turnbull, Susanna Reid ( Mondays to Wednesdays ), Louise Minchin and Charlie Stayt ( Thursdays, Ftidays and weekends ).
Sir Charles Spencer " Charlie " Chaplin, KBE ( 16 April 188925 December 1977 ) was an English comic actor, film director and composer best known for his work during the silent film era.
The name of Charlie Chaplin was said to be " a part of the common language of almost every country ", and according to Harper's Weekly his " little, baggy-trousered figure " was " universally familiar ".

Charlie and somewhat
* KORN news: A newsbreak-esque skit in which Charlie Fahrquarson ( Don Harron ) would deliver the somewhat local news in his own inimitable way.
In his score Tiomkin quotes the famous Merry Widow Waltz of Franz Lehár, often in somewhat distorted forms, as a leitmotif for Uncle Charlie and his serial murders.
Schulz acknowledged that he created Charlie Brown as somewhat of a self-portrait, in that the character shares Schulz's self-doubt and insecurities.
When Snoopy realizes he cannot yet reverse the trick, he tries a couple of different ideas to make Charlie Brown somewhat visible again, including draping a sheet over his head, which scares Sally, and causes Charlie Brown to faint when he sees himself in the mirror.
Ironically, although Lear's shows are often considered somewhat autobiographical and closely identified with his personal experiences, his early hits were actually all adapted from someone else's creations: the two aforementioned British adaptations and Maude, while reputedly based on Lear's wife, was actually the brainchild of series producer Charlie Hauck.
The last series were thus left somewhat empty of familiar characters, often with only Bergerac himself and Charlie Hungerford remaining.
Even though there was often no set release schedule, these series could be considered somewhat like a modern TV sitcom – lower in status than feature films but nevertheless very popular ( comedians such as Laurel and Hardy, Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton all ' graduated ' from shorts to features ).
" Ross is noted for being geeky, charming, love lost, witty, and somewhat artistic, showing an interest in the Metropolitan Museum of Art when he coaches Joey Tribbiani on the works of Monet when Joey tries to impress his current girlfriend Charlie.
Campbellford was the home to " Iron Chief Charlie " Charles W Mahoney whose small informal summertime gathering in July named Charlie's Indian Day started in 1984 and became a substantial motorcycle gathering and made Charlie somewhat of an icon in Campellford.
The storyline follows unhappy housewife Mary Hartman ( née Shumway ), her slightly unfaithful husband Tom, her forgetful and somewhat daffy mother Mrs. Martha Shumway ( nee Larkin ) who tended to talk more to her plants than her own family, and Mary ’ s best friend and next-door neighbor, aspiring country singer Loretta Haggers ( nee McCandless ), and Loretta's much older husband Charlie " Baby Boy " Haggers, who was Tom's best friend, who worked with him at an Automobile Plant assembly line.
Historical research done at Anchor Brewing Co. in 1989 ( documented in Charlie Papazian's Home Brewer's Companion ( ISBN 0-380-77287-6 )) reconstructed a bread made from malted barley and barley flour with honey and water and baked until hard enough to store for long periods of time ; the finished product was probably crumbled and mixed with water, malt and either dates or honey and allowed to ferment, producing a somewhat sweet brew.
After a couple dozen murder cases, Charlie is somewhat jaded and world-weary like his brother.
His relationship with Charlie was apparently somewhat strained even before their mother's death, as Don is stunned to learn that his little brother has enough security clearance to work with both the CDC and the NSA (" Vector ").
Evidently kite-eating trees have physiologies somewhat similar to animals, since Charlie Brown once threatened to kick the Kite-Eating Tree right in the " stomach ".
With the release of Charlie Chan in the Secret Service ( 1944 ), the effects of a more limited budget were somewhat apparent.
Nancy's relationship with Charlie is somewhat strained.
Though Leslie and Sarah are somewhat fearful of the change, they do accept the help that Nancy, enthusiastically, and Charlie, reluctantly, give them.
Back at the flophouse, Charlie is prevented from settling down by a loud, singing drunk ( James T. Kelley ) whom he eventually — and somewhat affectionately — dispatches with a champagne bottle.
As Charlie is walking home, he appears to be depressed, but appears to also be somewhat happy and floating, apparently hoping it was all just a dream.
He seemed to have finally settled down somewhat with Violet Wilson, even going as far as uncharacteristically promising to look after her when he falsely believed her to be pregnant, however, they broke up after he was unable to cope with her confession that she had shared one drunken kiss with Charlie Stubbs.

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