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Photos: 'It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown' Celebrates 50 Years With Corn Mazes

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As It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary this month, over 90 farms have crafted corn mazes with various Peanuts-themed designs. The designs were created by Utah's MAiZE and feature various characters, pumpkins and slogans like 'Snoopy 4 Prez,' according to the Washington Post.

The closest farm to us Angelenos is Frosty's Forest in Chino. You can see an aerial video of their four-acre maze in the video below. Four acres is actually on the small side compared to other farms, some of which have mazes encompassing up to 40 acres.

You can view a map of all participating farms and orchards across the country here.

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It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown first aired on October 27, 1966 on CBS. It will air on ABC on Wednesday at 8 p.m.—right after the third presidential debate for those of us on the West Coast.

It'll be the second time tonight that you can watch a woman crush a man's hopes and dreams on television: