A Snoopy flash mob is getting a double take in news headlines after a group of New Yorkers performed an authentic Christmas scene from Peanuts. UPI reports Dec. 21 that the singers and dancers reenacted the very same theme and song done from "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
Everyone was decked out in full costumes doing the same crazy dance moves as the children did on the animated TV show. Linus was seen with his blanked, Schroeder playing on the small floor piano, and Snoopy having a grand time getting in on the dance action with his "beagle boogie."
The Snoopy flash mob has piqued the interest of millions with its originality. The animated Christmas hit was created by Vince Guaraldi in 1964.
Charlie Brown and his band of friends have been a staple in American entertainment.Their good-hearted nature and humorous interactions with one another made the show fun and relatable.
Flash mobs in general are fairly popular, but the Snoopy flash mob has received a lot of attention because of its accurate depiction of the show.