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OverviewEdit

Based on the comic strip written and illustrated by Charles M. Schulz, Peanuts mainly centers on Charlie Brown, a meek and nervous young boy who lacks self-confidence. Each year, there has been a 30-minute long TV special on CBS, with annual reruns of older films.

CastEdit

  • Charlie Brown - Peter Robbins (1965-1969), Chris Inglis (1971), Chad Webber (1972-1973), Todd Barbee (1973-1974), Duncan Watson (1975-1977), Dylan Beach (1976), Arrin Skelley (1977-1980), Liam Martin (1978), Michael Mandy (1980-1981), Grant Wehr (1981), Brad Kesten (1983-1985), Michael Catalano (1983), Brett Johnson (1984–1986), Chad Allen (1986)
  • Snoopy and Woodstock - Bill Melendez (until 2006)
  • Linus van Pelt - Christopher Shea (1965-1968), Glenn Gilger (1969), Stephen Shea (1971-1975), Liam Martin (1975-1977), Daniel Anderson (1977-1980), Rocky Reilly (1980-1983), Jeremy Schoenberg (1983-1985), David T. Wagner (1984-1985), Jeremy Miller (1985-1986)
  • Lucy van Pelt - Tracy Stratford (1965), Sally Dryer (1966-1968), Pamelyn Ferdin (1969-1971), Robin Kohn (1972-1973), Melanie Kohn (1974-1975, 1977), Sarah Beach (1976), Linda Jenner (1976), Lynn Mortensen (1976), Michelle Muller (1977-1979), Laura Planting (1980), Debbie Muller (1980), Kristen Fullerton (1980-1981), Sydney Penny (1981), Angela Lee (1983), Heather Stoneman (1984-1985), Jessica Lee Smith (1984-1985), Melissa Guzzi (1986)
  • Schroeder - Chris Doran (1965), Glenn Mendelson (1966-1968), John Daschback (1969), Andy Pforsich (1969), Danny Hjeim (1971), David Carey (1972-1973), Brian Kazajian (1972), Todd Barbee (1974), Greg Felton (1975–1976, 1977), Liam Martin (1975), Daniel Anderson (1977), Christopher Donohoe (1980-1982), Kevin Brando (1983), Gary Goren (1984), Danny Colby (1984-1986), Jeremy Reinbolt (1985), Aron Mandelbaum (1986)
  • Pig-Pen - Geoffrey Ornstein (1965-1966), Gabrielle DeFaria Ritter (1966-1969), Christopher DeFaria (1969), Chris Inglis (1971), Tom Muller (1974), Carl Steven (1984-1985)
  • Sally Brown - Kathy Steinberg (1965-1968), Hilary Momberger (1969-1973), Erin Sullivan (1969), Linda Jenner (1974-1975), Lynn Mortensen (1974-1975), Gail M. Davis (1975-1976, 1977), Annalisa Bortolin (1977-1980), Cindi Reilly (1980-1982, 1983), Stacy Heather Tolkin (1983), Stacy Ferguson (1984-1986), Dawnn D. Leary (1985), Tiffany Reinbolt (1985), Elizabeth Lyn Fraser (1986)
  • Peppermint Patty - Gabrielle DeFaria Ritter (1967-1968), Christopher DeFaria (1969-1973), Donna Forman (1974), Linda Ercoli (1974), Stuart Brotman (1975-1977), Laura Planting (1977), Patricia Patts (1979-1980), Brent Hauer (1980-1983), Victoria Vargas (1983), Gini Holtzman (1984-1985), Kristie Baker (1985-1986)
  • Marcie - Jimmy Ahrens (1973-1976, 1977), Casey Carlson (1977-1980, 1981), Shannon Cohn (1980-1982), Michael Dockery (1983-1985), Keri Houlihan (1984-1985), Jason Mendelson (1986)

List of episodesEdit

  1. A Charlie Brown Christmas (December 9, 1965)
  2. Charlie Brown's All-Stars (June 8, 1966)
  3. It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (October 27, 1966)
  4. You're in Love, Charlie Brown (June 12, 1967)
  5. He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown (February 14, 1968)
  6. It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown (September 27, 1969)
  7. Play It Again, Charlie Brown (March 28, 1971)
  8. You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown (October 29, 1972)
  9. There's No Time for Love, Charlie Brown (March 11, 1973)
  10. A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (November 20, 1973)
  11. It's a Mystery, Charlie Brown (February 1, 1974)
  12. It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown (April 9, 1974)
  13. Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown (January 28, 1975)
  14. You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown (October 28, 1975)
  15. It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown (March 16, 1976)
  16. It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown (October 24, 1977)
  17. What a Nightmare, Charlie Brown! (February 23, 1978)
  18. You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown (March 19, 1979)
  19. She's a Good Skate, Charlie Brown (February 25, 1980)
  20. Life Is a Circus, Charlie Brown (October 24, 1980)
  21. It's Magic, Charlie Brown (April 28, 1981)
  22. Someday You'll Find Her, Charlie Brown (October 30, 1981)
  23. A Charlie Brown Celebration (May 24, 1982)
  24. Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown? (February 21, 1983)
  25. It's an Adventure, Charlie Brown (May 16, 1983)
  26. What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown? (May 30, 1983)
  27. It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown (April 16, 1984)
  28. Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown (March 20, 1985)
  29. You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (November 6, 1985)
  30. Happy New Year, Charlie Brown! (January 1, 1986)
  31. Snoopy's Reunion (May 1, 1991)
  32. It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown (1992/1996)

Broadcast historyEdit

Main article: Television broadcast timelines for Peanuts

Home video timelineEdit

Main article: Home video timeline for Peanuts

WebsitesEdit

GalleryEdit

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