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Which of the Peanut characters listed below was not one of the original four characters introduced in 1950?
Which of the Peanut characters listed below was not one of the original four characters introduced in 1950?
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Lucy did not join the comic until 1952. And the Patty in question is not Peppermint Patty, but a lesser-known early character who was smitten with Charlie Brown.
Lucy did not join the comic until 1952. And the Patty in question is not Peppermint Patty, but a lesser-known early character who was smitten with Charlie Brown.
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Peanuts creator Charles Schultz hated the name of the comic strip, saying, “It's totally ridiculous, has no meaning, is simply confusing, and has no dignity—and I think my humour has dignity.” What was his original title for the strip?
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Peanuts creator Charles Schultz hated the name of the comic strip, saying, “It's totally ridiculous, has no meaning, is simply confusing, and has no dignity—and I think my humour has dignity.” What was his original title for the strip?
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This was the name of Shultz’s earlier comic strip, which served as a precursor to Peanuts. The name Peanuts came from the term “the peanut gallery,” which the TV show Howdy Doody used to refer to kids.
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This was the name of Shultz’s earlier comic strip, which served as a precursor to Peanuts. The name Peanuts came from the term “the peanut gallery,” which the TV show Howdy Doody used to refer to kids.
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True or false: Charlie Brown never kicked the football from Lucy’s hands in the comics.
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True or false: Charlie Brown never kicked the football from Lucy’s hands in the comics.
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That never stopped him from trying though!
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That never stopped him from trying though!
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Who is the only character depicted in both the first Peanuts comic in 1950 and the final comic in 2000?
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Who is the only character depicted in both the first Peanuts comic in 1950 and the final comic in 2000?
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Good ol’ Charlie Brown, of course!
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Good ol’ Charlie Brown, of course!
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Who is José Peterson?
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Who is José Peterson?
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Charlie actually traded Snoopy to Peppermint Patty’s team for him, but eventually rescinded the deal out of guilt.
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Charlie actually traded Snoopy to Peppermint Patty’s team for him, but eventually rescinded the deal out of guilt.
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True or false: No adult faces have ever been featured in a Peanuts comic strip.
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True or false: No adult faces have ever been featured in a Peanuts comic strip.
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Take that, grown-ups!
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Take that, grown-ups!
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Which holiday/special occasion was never the focus of a Charlie Brown TV special?
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Which holiday/special occasion was never the focus of a Charlie Brown TV special?
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I guess the little critters didn’t pop up around Charlie Brown’s neighbourbood.
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I guess the little critters didn’t pop up around Charlie Brown’s neighbourbood.
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What major brand name pitched the idea of a Charlie Brown Christmas TV special?
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What major brand name pitched the idea of a Charlie Brown Christmas TV special?
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Yep you can thank the people at Coca Cola, who would advertise during the special, for making you think of Charlie Brown every time you see a sad little Christmas tree. Even more amazing, CBS execs hated the special and almost didn’t air it.
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Yep you can thank the people at Coca Cola, who would advertise during the special, for making you think of Charlie Brown every time you see a sad little Christmas tree. Even more amazing, CBS execs hated the special and almost didn’t air it.
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Who is Peggy Jean?
Who is Peggy Jean?
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Charlie met her in the 1990s and she remained his main squeeze until she broke up with him near the end of the comic strip in 1999.
Charlie met her in the 1990s and she remained his main squeeze until she broke up with him near the end of the comic strip in 1999.
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One of the earliest Peanuts comics mentions Charlie Brown’s birthday, including the year. How old, then, did the Charlie Brown character turn in 1950, the year comic debuted?
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One of the earliest Peanuts comics mentions Charlie Brown’s birthday, including the year. How old, then, did the Charlie Brown character turn in 1950, the year comic debuted?
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Charlie Brown’s birthday is given as Oct. 30, 1946, which would also make him 69-years-old this year.
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Charlie Brown’s birthday is given as Oct. 30, 1946, which would also make him 69-years-old this year.
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