• Snoopy Ice Skating Collectible Pin

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Item #: 60092922
Our Price: $9.99
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The beagle is at it again! ❄️ Snoopy, the Peanuts, and a cast of world-class ice skaters can often be seen performing each holiday season in a spectacular ice show at the Charles M. Schulz Theatre. ⛸️ The next in our 100th Anniversary Pin Series  (#68) pays tribute to this family-favorite show, "Merry Christmas, Snoopy!". Don't let this animated spring-action pin skate on by!    

Quantity: Limit 2 Per Guest.
Pin #68.
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  • Created Exclusively for Knott's Berry Farm
  • PIN # 68 is a 2D “spring action” Die Stuck Enamel Metal pin with Shiny Nickel Plating
  • This Pin features Snoopy skating on a pond.
  • Knott's Berry Farm Pin Collection Holographic Sticker
  • Pin 68 Snoopy Ice Skatingof the 12 PINS OF CHRISTMAS
  • Pin is 1.5" x 1.5"


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by Leroy
on 1/2/2021
Joe Cool!
This pin is so cute and so cool! Snoopy is depicted skating on the ice and snoop he is attached to the ice with a little spring. The spring allow snoopy to bounce around giving the impression of skating. It is a very colorful and beautiful piece. I’m happy to have this as part of my collection.
by Roger
on 12/28/2020
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Thank you Knott’s, for honoring the extraordinary entertainment spectacle that “Merry Christmas, Snoopy” is with a 100th. Anniversary Pin! By most quantitative measurements, that show is amongst the most popular of all the stage performances in the 100 year history of Knott’s. Based upon my own personal experiences that show is, on a minute for minute basis, as entertaining as anything that I’ve ever seen on Broadway ( and I hate ice skating )! But more importantly, that show is yet another example of how Knott’s entertainment continues to beat all other theme parks in America. But.....this pin is also an example of how the copyright laws involving the trademarks of the Peanuts characters prevented Knott’s artists from creating a backing truly worthy of that show. Imagine what could have replaced that flimsy, ugly, black Silhouetted cardboard backing: a very colorful Schulz Theater Marquee showing “Merry Christmas, Snoopy” Showtimes or a photo of the world class cast of ice skaters.
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