Charlie Brown Christmas Performed In A Flash Mob

Charlie Brown Christmas Performed In A Flash Mob

What happens when you bring the famous dance scene from A Charlie Brown Christmas to life? An amazing nostalgic flash mob that will melt your heart to pieces!

Folks in this video surprised passersby by bringing the popular Peanuts dance scene to life right by the city street! It begins with one of the characters miming that he is playing piano and continued with the other characters running in and doing the signature dance we all love from the beloved Christmas cartoon.

Charles Shultz would be so proud! The Peanuts creator penned more than 17,897 strips and inspired more than 45 Peanuts animated television specials, and four feature-length films released in the theaters including: A Boy Named Charlie Brown (1969), Snoopy Come Home (1972), Race For Your Life, Charlie Brown (1977), and Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don’t Come Back!!) (1980).

Peanuts' Christmas TV specials are a part of many families' favorite beloved holiday traditions. Many Christians love that Linus drops his security blanket when he stands up to deliver a Bible verse during a Christmas pageant. The moment he says, "Fear not!" the blanket drops to the floor. Charles Shulz' message was clear--that as long as we know God--we have nothing to fear! You can read more about this moment you never noticed in a Charlie Brown Christmas Story by clicking here:

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