Thunder: (spoken) Come close to me. Being a taxpayer X Therefore I am writing to protest this policy. SNOOPY!!! Would you please hold still a minute Charlie Brown. I think I'll give you a good dog name. You're back! Bad dog! Happiness is great musical theatre! You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown characters breakdowns including full descriptions with standard casting requirements and expert analysis. He ran off to see her. I hate goodbyes. 7 x Libretto / Vocal-Chorus Books1 x Prompt Book1 x Piano-Conductor's Score (Act One)1 x Piano-conductor's Score (Act Two), 1 Keyboard I: Acoustic Piano1 Keyboard II: Electric Piano with registrations for: Piano, Harpsichord, Celeste, Organ Lute, Vibrato, Reverb, Bass Boost and Typewriter1 Guitar: Acoustic and Electric Six String Guitar, Twelve String Guitar and Banjo1 Bass: Acoustic and Electric2 Percussion I & II:I:BellsXylophoneVibraphoneChimesTimpani (2 Pedal Drums)TambourineTriangleCabasaScarperII:Snare Drum (brushes & sticks)Bass DrumTom-TomCymbals:Hi-HatSuspendedRideTriangleBell TreeWood BlockRatchetOptional: Scarper Flexatone. I hope you appreciate it. (Snoopy and Chief Thunder Meets Lila Scene). Linus: And now a word from Snoopy's ex-owner... Charlie Brown. Maybe his life with you was getting too boring. Ma! FREE Shipping on orders over $25 shipped by Amazon. Musical numbers include The Big Bow-Wow, Don’t Be Anything Less (Than Everything You Can Be), Where Did That Little Dog Go and Daisy Hill. By the way, you did. Do bequeath to Charlie Brown, my previous owner." I wouldn't let go. I have a philosophy that tells me no matter how bad things get. Couldn't you get in? Here! Good grief. Come on! Hey, look here. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1983 Vinyl release of Snoopy The Musical on Discogs. This is one of the two musicals in the Peanuts franchise where Snoopy has a speaking voice which only viewers can hear. Title: KMBT_C654-20130611143847 Created Date: 6/11/2013 2:38:47 PM Hey! (Opening Title/Snoopy Come Home Song Scene) (Music playing) (Drums playing) (Trumpets playing), Chorus: (singing) ♪ Snoo-oo-oo-oopy, Snoo-oo-oo-oopy, ♪ Why, oh why, did you roam? The West End production was nominated for an Olivier Awardand for Musical of the Yea… While sitting together, the gang begins a discussion of Christmas and innocence. It took that rock 4,000 years to get to shore and now you've thrown it back. Snoopy happily jumps around until he gets hit by a glove. Why would Snoopy go to Lila? ♪ Snoo-oo-oo-oopy, ♪ Snoo-oo-oo-oopy, ♪ Come home, Snoopy, come home! Here! Lila: You poor dear. I like action. Um. that is very rare indeed. And for the many great times, we have had together. Theatrical’s script has been prepared by A. Whitelaw, M. Grace & W. Lockhart. ALADDIN JR. Music by Alan Menken Lyrics by Howard Ashman, Tim Rice and Chad Beguelin Book by Chad Beguelin Based on the Disney film written by Schroeder: Well, what does the letter say, Charlie Brown? The rousing number. Charlie Brown: What's going on? Ah! watch 04:49. Snoopy!!! Charlie Brown: No. You did it. Let's go. Atop his kennel, Snoopy surveys the skies, scene of his triumph as a First World War flying ace. We'll have sandwiches and cookies and lemonade and potato chips and everything, okay? That's why I always keep moving. Do not pass go. A Member Of The STANDS4 Network. It later ran Off-Broadway at Lamb's Theater from December 20, 1982 to May 1, 1983. Come home! He then kicks the sand and straightens up his muscles. 128.2M . Lucy: But I haven't got twelve hundred and seventy five dollars. I am...coming home, Snoopy. Ow! Thanks for the ride. Kick higher. Transcripts Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. What's this? Lucy? I found a lost bird! Peppermint Patty: You've got to agree. Clara: You naughty dog! We're in the fog. You gotta use Charlie Brown. Linus: Oh, good grief. Charlie Brown: Well, years ago, my dad on the black 19:34 two-door sedan. The animated adaption of the second stage musical based on the "Peanuts" comics strip, focusing on Snoopy. Why oh why? Charlie Brown: Boring?