Are these fun facts about A Boy Named Charlie Brown true or false?

We promise not to pull the football out from underneath you on this one! Test your 'A Boy Named Charlie Brown' trivia knowledge.

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A Boy Named Charlie Brown was one of five theatrical, feature-length Peanuts films by Charles M. Schulz. The film hit record-breaking numbers during its first weekend in 1969.

Help us celebrate 100 years of Charles Schulz with A Boy Named Charlie Brown, this Sunday, Nov. 20 at 8P | 7C.

To prepare for the celebration, we want to test your knowledge on A Boy Named Charlie Brown! Take your best guess and tell us whether the fun facts below are true or false. We hope this quiz doesn't make you say "good grief!"

  1. This was Peter Robbins last voice-acting role as Charlie Brown before leaving the series.
  2. Snoopy's dream (where he battles the Red Baron) consists of footage from 'It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.'
  3. 'A Boy Named Charlie Brown' was the fifth animated film produced by CBS Films.
  4. There was also a 1963 documentary called 'A Boy Named Charlie Brown.'
  5. The Peanuts character Peppermint Patty appears in 'A Boy Named Charlie Brown' and has multiple speaking roles throughout the film.
  6. When the film was released in theaters in 1969, it was released in surround sound.
  7. 'A Boy Named Charlie Brown' first premiered at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
  8. The main storyline of this film, involving Charlie Brown's participation in a spelling bee, is taken from a sequence that originally appeared in a comic strip.
  9. Snoopy is shown walking on all fours in 'A Boy Named Charlie Brown.' This wasn't uncommon for his character.
  10. The memorable "Aaaugh!" scream from Peter Robbins as Charlie Brown originated in this film.

Are these fun facts about A Boy Named Charlie Brown true or false?

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