'A Charlie Brown Christmas': A Jewish Tradition?

Watching the television special A Charlie Brown Christmas is a ritual for many during the holiday season — even for many who do not celebrate Christmas. Dallas Observer critic Robert Wilonsky offers his thoughts about why he watches it every year.

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