In the summer of 1968, Bill Melendez Productions made in name on the studio. Melendez phoned by William S. Paley to put on the Peanuts' first animated movie after he's looking after Elvis Presley in the movie, "Charro", Melendez, Mendelson, and Schulz is in the Peanuts' first animated movie.
Melendez announced to the studios, "I have an announcement. William S. Paley wants to to put on the Peanuts' first animated movie after he's looking after Elvis Presley in the movie, "Charro", and he's going to take us in."
In 1972, after the Peanuts' second animated movie, Paley felt happy for Peanuts two movies.
Paley said, "Thank you for giving us the two movies of Peanuts. I love it."
Melendez said, "Thank you."
Melendez's son, Steve told his father, about Sparky is married to Jean Clyde and he also says about good news from Michael Eisner from Paramount Pictures since he's been looking after Marlon Brando and he wants him to put it on the Peanuts movies. Since Paramount Pictures removed from the movie, "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory" to Warner Bros. Pictures.
Melendez announced at Sparky and Jean's wedding, "I have an announcement. I think my son, Steve, got the good news from Michael Eisner from Paramount Pictures. He wants to put on the Peanuts movies. Since Paramount Pictures removed from the movie, "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory" to Warner Bros. Pictures after he's been looking after Marlon Brando. Wish shall be luck."
In 1983, Bill Melendez called on the phone by Jay Ward.
Ward says, "I'm sorry, Mr. Melendez, I'm sure my studios is bankruptcy. So, I'll take care of my own stuff with Bill Scott. I'll call back as soon as impossible."
Melendez said, "Sure, Mr. Ward, I'll call you in the hour."
Melendez sadly hang up the phone, and he's sighed very silent.
In 1988, after released "Snoopy!!! The Musical" on the TV special and "It's the Girl in the Red Truck, Charlie Brown" on the live-action with animation TV special. Sparky and Lee with Steve at the Bill Melendez Productions. Melendez found the gift of the computer. It was Microsoft Windows to Bill Melendez.
Melendez said, "Who did this?"
Mendelson said, "Arrived in last week. It's the special gift from someone else to you."
Schulz said, "That's right, Bill. It's Microsoft Windows. He said about the animation for CGI on the film to look forward with 'Home Alone' by John Hughes."
Melendez smiled for the computer and said to his son, "Steve, give me Bill Gates on the phone."
Melendez phoned Bill Gates of Microsoft Corporation to discussion of Steve Jobs's Apple Lisa software was stolen by himself.
Melendez said, on the phone, "Yes, you gave me the National Boss Day present for the computer, Bill. So, I will start it on documentary and the TV specials you can still see right through your eyes with those idea, pretentious brain right by focusing glasses, my dear boy, Bill Gates. I'm sorry about Steve Jobs blamed at you since you've been stealing Apple's Lisa Operating System's layout into Microsoft Windows on the computer. Pehaps, you can come on in to discuss it until Monday."
At Melendez's office, Gates told Melendez to be magnificent characters in CGI animation film in the future. Bill Melendez and Bill Gates are making such the good friends on each other.
Bill Gates said, "I really like your office, Mr. Melendez."
Melendez said, "I know, Bill, it sure is. What do you want?"
Bill Gates said, "I was saying it about Peanuts characters for the magnificent characters like Sparky did. I just want the Peanuts characters for the magnificent CGI animation film in the future. I talked to Richard D. Zanuck about his father, Darryl F. Zanuck, for 20th Century Fox. And I also talked to Steve Martino and Chris Wedge who was working the computer-generated imagery on the film of 'Star Wars', they called it, 'Blue Sky Studios', and starts to work in the future movie. And Bill, they want Sparky and Jean Schulz. And you, too. It will be very wide, very U.S. release. It's only the movie with John Hughes worked on 'Home Alone' and 'Dennis the Menace' in the movie. Because, Hartford and New Haven never heard of you."
Melendez said, "Oh, really. I've never heard of New Haven and Hartford."
Bill Gates said, "It's in Connecticut."
Melendez said, "Oh, that New Haven and Hartford."
Bill Gates said, "20th Century Fox has the script. And 'Home Alone' is right here. And the other of Blue Sky Studios, it's called, 'Bunny' on the short film."
Melendez said, "It sounds like a joyful and happiness. For ideas."
I was born in Anaheim, California on March 8, 1989. My old hometown is San Bruno, California by the city of San Francisco. My new hometown is Rocklin, California by the city of Sacramento, California.
I was working on my artworks from TVs and movies from Disney, Looney Tunes, Peanuts, and the other cartoon characters from 1928 to the present day.