Charlie Brown

Charlie Brown

Charles "Charlie" Brown is the protagonist in the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz.

Charlie Brown and his creator are both the sons of barbers, but whereas Schulz's work is described as the "most shining example of the American success story", Charlie Brown is an example of "the great American un-success story" in that he fails in almost everything he does.

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List Of Peanuts Media - Television - Specials - Documentary Specials
... Title Original air date Network DVD release(s) A Boy Named Charlie Brown 1969 CBS A Boy Named Charlie Brown (Only available through the Charles M ... Schulz Museum.) Charlie Brown and Charles Schulz May 24, 1969 CBS Unreleased Happy Anniversary, Charlie Brown January 9, 1976 CBS Unreleased Happy Birthday, Charlie Brown January 5, 1979 CBS ...
List Of Programmes Broadcast By Boomerang (Italy) - Movies Transmitted - Other Animated Movies
... A Charlie Brown Christmas It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown Happy New Year, Charlie Brown! Rover Dangerfield Gay Purr-ee Thumbelina Furby Island ...
Lee Mendelson
... across a Peanuts comic strip that revolved around Charlie Brown's baseball team ... the world's greatest baseball player, now should do the world's worst baseball player, Charlie Brown." Mendelson approached Peanuts creator Charles Schulz with the idea of producing a documentary ... The 1965 documentary, Charlie Brown Charles Schulz, was the beginning of a 30 year collaboration between Schulz and Mendelson ...
List Of Minor Characters In Peanuts - 555 95472
... A boy close in age to Charlie Brown and Linus van Pelt, 5 had brown spiky hair, and he wore an orange shirt with the number 5 on it ... Those are nice feminine names," Charlie Brown dryly commented.) All three siblings appear in A Charlie Brown Christmas, where they have non-speaking roles, but demonstrate distinctive 1960s dance moves. 5 also played for Charlie Brown's baseball team his position was never expressly stated, but it is conjectured that he played third base, since the other spots seemed to be taken (Cha ...
Charlie Brown - Name
... sources to be for a childhood friend of Schulz, or for author Charles Brockden Brown, author of Edgar Huntly ... Although Brown is his last name, most other characters in the strip refer to him by his full name, as "Charlie Brown," rarely just "Charlie." Notable exceptions to the rule ... this use of his full name might be intended to distinguish him from some other Charlie, there's little evidence of this occurring ...

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