Charles Schulz' 1965 holiday classic, "A Charlie Brown Christmas," was a game-changing, genre-busting piece of filmmaking, disguised as a simple children's television special. Blending in darker elements of pop psychology, religion vs. secularism, and the easy cruelty children often show each other, "A Charlie Brown Christmas" was thought-provoking, complex, and yet very entertaining and uplifting, accessible to both children and adults. It was one of those things that made a deep impression upon me, one which I really didn't fully realize for decades after I first viewed it.

Today, I bring you a highly abbreviated and silent version of the film, in the slightly-black-humored spirit of the original film. It's nothing but endless looping animated gifs of snow scenes in the film. Please to enjoy.