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The True Meaning Of Christmas

In 1965 Peanuts creator Charles Schulz fought with his show producers to keep a one-minute reference to Christ in the animated special, A Charlie Brown Christmas. Fortunately, he won.

The True Meaning Of Christmas

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In 1965 Peanuts creator Charles Schulz fought with his show producers at CBS to keep a one-minute reference to Christ in the animated special, A Charlie Brown Christmas. The producers argued highlighting religion in the special could limit the audience reach. Schulz didn’t budge and the show has become a seasonal favourite across the globe. The accompanying music by American composer Vince Guaraldi was released by Fantasy Records in the same year and has gone on to sell millions of copies and has been voted into the Grammy Hall of Fame and added to the Library of Congress's National Recording Registry list of "culturally, historically, or aesthetically important" sound recordings.


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Céline Dion in 'I Am : Céline Dion'
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Céline Dion in 'I Am : Céline Dion'

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Céline Dion Calls Prime Video Documentary 'A Love Letter To My Fans' In a Message at Her Montreal Premiere

The Quebec artist is as vulnerable as ever in 'I Am: Céline Dion,' which premiered on June 17 before its official release on June 25. Here's what we learned from the sneak peek of the film, which is raw and vulnerable and sometimes hard to watch.

The Maisonneuve Theater in Montreal was packed to celebrate Quebec's national treasure, Céline Dion.

Monday evening, June 17, Prime Video organized a handful of previews of Irene Taylor's highly anticipated documentary I Am: Céline Dion. In Montreal, where Billboard Canada was among the guests, many people came to attend the special screening.

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