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The adventures of America's favorite beagle are brought to the big screen for the second time (following A BOY NAMED CHARLIE BROWN), with the famous cartoon's creator, Charles M. Schulz, acting as the screenwriter. Snoopy packs his bowl and faithful bird, Woodstock, and heads off to find
Lila, his original owner, who has written him from a hospital. When she invites Snoopy to move in with her family, he returns to say his goodbyes to Charlie Brown and the gang. Where this film towers above the first one is in the music, written by Disney stalwarts Richard M. and Robert B. Sherman.
Songs include "Snoopy, Come Home," "Lila's Tune," "Fun on the Beach," "Best of Buddies," "Changes," "Partners," "Getting It Together," and "No Dogs Allowed" (Richard M. Sherman and Robert B Sherman).