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Added by ae.tc  
Cover by cedmagic

Added on: 25/09/2006
Latest update: 09/08/2023
User updates processed: 6

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Peanuts: Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown (1977) [RCA 00630]

Country  USA
Released  03/1981
Publisher  RCA Selectavision VideoDiscs
Price  ???

Category  Animation

Color  Color
Length  76 min.
Chapter  None
Size  CED Caddy
Picture  Academy Ratio
Ratio  1.33:1
Sides  2
 
Manufactured by  RCA (CED)

 

   

 Analog Tracks 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English No subtitle 
 UPC 
07647600630

 Additional Information by cedmagic    03/10/2006 - Last update: 24/01/2010 

For more information on CED VideoDiscs, please visit the CED Magic web site.

 Additional Information by ae.tc     28/02/2009 

Alternate reference: CM11E-V105101

 Additional Information by johnnyblaze    24/01/2010 

This was also published by RCA. Major studios didn't start releasing CED's under their own name until around 1982. This CED was the very first one ever made. The last consumer one would be The Jewel of the Nile [1491-90]. The last period was Memories of Videodisc, which was only given to employees of the CED project.