I got to thinking about a point I brought up in the Charlie Brown and Snoopy thread about the one thing I like best about Peanuts movies is that they're essentially of the same quality as that of the TV specials and shows, and that Charles Schulz never tried to outdo himself in the movies, like a lot of animated franchises seem to think is a necessity (again, the comparison of an animated TV show and the movie it follows is supposed to be like comparing a dog house to the Taj Mahal apparently). Which got me to thinking... we know that the SST set was shot on location in Canada for FTB, and that the street scenes of EIG were shot on a different set on a different soundstage that had more realistic lighting. But what if the street scenes of FTB were still shot on the Teletape soundstage as it was during that time? Or if the street scenes of EIG were shot on the Around the Corner era at Kaufman Astoria Studios? Would that make the movies better or worse? In my opinion, I don't think it'd make that much of a difference for EIG, because again, the set that was built for that movie pretty much resembled the street during the ATC era, and the filming angles weren't that elaborate, they might have pulled it off... but for FTB, there were so many different angles and elaborate shots that would've been nearly impossible to achieve of the then simplistic Teletape set I think. What about you guys?