In this official video clip from the never released documentary, A Boy Named Charlie Brown, Charles M. Schulz (November 26, 1922 – February 12, 2000) discusses the famous animated character and his inspiration in creating him. Schulz’s world-famous comic strip Peanuts debuted in 1950 and lasted until 2000. Many newspapers still publish classic Peanuts comic strips. The iconic Charlie Brown and his fellow Peanuts characters have been considered to be the most widely influential and popular animated figures of all time. There have been films, storybooks and products printed with the popular characters and theatrical productions—all stemming from the simply-drawn yet powerfully impactful comic strip.
In the video, Mr. Schulz explains how there’s a little bit of Charlie Brown in everyone.
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