Cinema Center Films

The Cinema Center Films logo from its foundation in 1968 until its closure in 1972.

Cinema Center Films was the theatrical film production division of the CBS television network. Founded in 1967 (its first film was Doris Day's final film, With Six You Get Eggroll), its films were distributed by National General Pictures.

Cinema Center Films has produced two Peanuts movies, namely A Boy Named Charlie Brown, and Snoopy Come Home.

CBS closed the unit in 1972; Snoopy Come Home was its last film. During the same period, ABC also had a theatrical film unit which saw no more success than this one.


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