555 "5" 95472 is a character in the comic strip Peanuts by Charles Schulz. He debuted in 1963, and continued to appear on and off until 1981. 5 has spiky hair and sometimes wears a shirt with the number five on it. 95472 is the family's "last name" (actually their ZIP code, which in real life corresponds to the ZIP code for Sebastopol, California). 5 has to keep telling his schoolteacher that the accent is on the 4. ...more on Wikipedia about "5 (Peanuts)"
Andy is one of the rarely used siblings of Snoopy in the comic strip Peanuts. Andy lives with his brother, Olaf back at a farm. Andy is distinguished by his shaggy dog appearance, but otherwise looks like Snoopy ...more on Wikipedia about "Andy (Peanuts)"
Belle, is a character in the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz. A beagle, she is Snoopy's sister. She lives in Kansas City, Missouri with her unnamed teenage son who Snoopy noted as resembling the Pink Panther. Belle herself resembles her brother, but with longer eyelashes. She wears a lace collar. ...more on Wikipedia about "Belle (Peanuts)"
:This article is about Charlie Brown from the Peanuts comic strip. For other people with that name see Charles Brown (disambiguation) ...more on Wikipedia about "Charlie Brown"
Charlotte Braun is a long-forgotten character from Charles M. Schulz's comic strip Peanuts, who first appeared on November 30 1954. She was originally intended as a female counterpart of the strip's main protagonist, Charlie Brown (hence her self-applied nickname "Good Ol' Charlotte Braun). This role was later taken by Sally Brown, Charlie Brown's little sister. Charlotte also bore a resemblance to Frieda, who appeared several years later. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charlotte Braun"
Eudora is a character in the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz. She has long, straight black hair and usually wears a knitted hat. Eudora moved to Charlie Brown's neighborhood from another state, though which state was never specified. The first person she met was Sally, on the bus to summer camp on June 13, 1978. Eudora also showed up in Sally's class at school that fall. The two girls quickly became friends, although their friendship was strained for a while when Eudora managed to charm Linus into giving her his blanket. Sally did not take kindly to that, since she had a crush on Linus herself. Eudora gave the blanket to Snoopy's arch-nemesis, the "stupid cat who lives next door," and it took the combined forces of Linus, Snoopy and Woodstock to get the blanket back. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eudora (Peanuts)"
Franklin is a character in the long-running comic strip Peanuts, created by Charles M. Schulz. Introduced in the late 1960s, Franklin was the first African-American character in the strip. He goes to school with Peppermint Patty and Marcie. In his first story arc, he met Charlie Brown when they were both at the beach. Franklin's father was a soldier fighting in Vietnam, to which Charlie Brown replied "My Dad's a barber..he was in a war, too, but I don't know which one." Franklin later paid Charlie Brown a visit and found some of Charlie Brown's other friends to be quite odd. ...more on Wikipedia about "Franklin (Peanuts)"
Frieda is a character in the comic strip Peanuts by Charles Schulz. She made her debut on March 6, 1961, when Linus introduced her to Charlie Brown. She sat behind Linus in school, and although he considered her a friend, he also confessed that she was such a chatterbox, he hadn't heard a word their teacher said the whole semester. Her most prominent feature is her "naturally curly hair," which she manages to work into every conversation, to the dismay of those around her. She eventually joined Charlie Brown's baseball team as an outfielder, though she tends to be more interested in talking to fellow outfielder Lucy than she is in the game. ...more on Wikipedia about "Frieda"
Joe Shlabotnik is an unseen baseball player in the world of Charles M. Schulz's long-running comic strip, Peanuts. Charlie Brown considers Joe his favorite player, and spends much of his free time trying to hunt down Joe memorabilia – baseball cards, autographs, personal meetings, etc. Charlie Brown even organized a Joe Shlabotnik Fan Club, complete with a newsletter that folded after one issue. Linus once invited Shlabotnik to a testimonial dinner for Charlie Brown; unfortunately, the ballplayer got lost en route from his day job at a car wash. Another time he was scheduled to appear at a sports banquet where fans could dine with their favorite athletes (the guest list included Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, Jack Nicklaus, and Peggy Fleming), and Charlie Brown, Linus, and Snoopy bought tickets to sit at Joe's table. He was the only athlete who didn't show up, explaining later that he had marked the wrong event, city, and date on his calendar. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joe Shlabotnik"
Lila was a minor character in the comic strip Peanuts, created by Charles M. Schulz. She was the original owner of Snoopy, prior to his eventual life with Charlie Brown and friends. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lila (Peanuts)"
Linus van Pelt is Charlie Brown's younger best friend in Charles M. Schulz's comic strip Peanuts. He first appeared on September 19, 1952; however, he was not mentioned by name until three days later. He was first referenced two months earlier, on July 14. ...more on Wikipedia about "Linus van Pelt"
The Little Red-Haired Girl is an unseen character in the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz, and is a symbol of unrequited love. She serves as the object of Charlie Brown's desire. He most often notices her while eating lunch outdoors, and often tries to get up the courage to speak to her, but always in vain. Anything touched by her or associated with her is precious to him. For example, in one strip he finds her pencil dropped in the hallway, notices that it has been chewed and declares, "She's human!" Presumably, this common habit makes her seem more approachable, but, typically, he never follows through. ...more on Wikipedia about "Little Red-Haired Girl"
Lucy van Pelt is a character in the immensely popular comic strip Peanuts, written and drawn by Charles Schulz. She is the older sister of Linus and Rerun. Lucy has a dominant personality, is crabby and cynical, and is often mean to the other characters in the strip, particularly her brother and Charlie Brown. In one word, she is a fuss-budget (a word which was made popular by the strip, along with the term security blanket). In fact, she was once made honorary president of the National Fussbudget Foundation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lucy van Pelt"
Marcie is a bespectacled fictional character featured in Charles M. Schulz's comic strip Peanuts. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marcie"
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Miss Othmar is an unseen character in Charles M. Schulz's Peanuts comic strip. ...more on Wikipedia about "Miss Othmar"
Olaf is one of the rarely used siblings of Snoopy in the comic strip Peanuts. Olaf lives with his brother, Andy at a farm. Olaf is distinguished by his rather large appearance. He also does not bear much resemblance with Snoopy, Spike or Andy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Olaf (Peanuts)"
Patty is a character in the comic strip Peanuts, created by Charles M. Schulz (not to be confused with Peppermint Patty, a different and later character from the same strip). Her closest friend is Violet. The two appeared very early—Patty even appeared in the first strip, along with Charlie Brown and Shermy—but lacking the discerning characteristics of characters such as Lucy, Linus, or Schroeder, they became less prominent as years went by. ...more on Wikipedia about "Patty (Peanuts)"
Peggy Jean was the girlfriend of Charlie Brown in the comic strip Peanuts for about two years in the early 1990s. Charlie Brown first met her at summer camp in 1990, and she appeared intermittently in the strip until the summer of 1999, a few months before the strip ended. Because of Charlie Brown's extreme nervousness upon meeting her, he mistakenly gave his name as "Brownie Charles," which she continued to use as his name. Charlie Brown liked Peggy Jean as much as the Little Red-Haired Girl, if not more, but Peggy Jean eventually broke his heart when, in her final appearance in "Peanuts," she revealed to him that she had another boyfriend. ...more on Wikipedia about "Peggy Jean (Peanuts)"
Patricia "Peppermint Patty" Reichardt is a fictional character featured in Charles M. Schulz's comic strip Peanuts. She is one of a small group in the strip who live across town from Charlie Brown and his school friends. Generally displaying the characteristics of a tomboy, she was the first female Peanuts character to wear pants. She made her first appearance on August 22, 1966. The following year she began coaching a baseball team that played against Charlie Brown and since has had other adventures with him. She calls Charlie Brown "Chuck" and Lucy "Lucille" and is the only character to do so (although Peppermint Patty's close friend Marcie has been known to call Charlie Brown "Chuck" on occasion, she usually calls him "Charles"). ...more on Wikipedia about "Peppermint Patty"
Pig-Pen is a character in the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pig-Pen (Peanuts)"
Poochie is the diminutive form of pooch, and always refers to a dog and not a cat. The word pussy (as in pussycat) refers to a cat, and never a dog. Most dictionaries state that these two words are of uncertain origin. An argument can be raised that puss and purr were once interchangeable because the sounds 'r' and 's' were frequently confused in certain northern dialects of Old Germanic. If the diminutive suffix -chen was supplied to the root form for purr it might give rise to the word pooch. ...more on Wikipedia about "Poochie"
Rerun van Pelt is Linus and Lucy's younger brother in Charles M. Schulz's comic strip Peanuts. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rerun van Pelt"
Roy was a minor character in the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz. Roy rarely appeared in the strip, being most prominently featured in a mid- 1960s storyline in which he met Charlie Brown at summer camp, their mutual loneliness bringing them together. Ironically, it was Roy who comforted Linus van Pelt the following year when Linus was disillusioned in going to camp. ...more on Wikipedia about "Roy (Peanuts)"
Sally Brown is the younger sister of Charlie Brown in the comic strip Peanuts by Charles Schulz. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sally Brown"
Schroeder is a fictional character in the long-running comic strip Peanuts, created by Charles M. Schulz. He is distinguished by his precocious skill at playing the piano, as well as by his love of classical music and the composer Ludwig van Beethoven in particular. Schroeder is also the catcher on Charlie Brown's baseball team (though he is always seen walking back to the mound with the baseball, never throwing it -- admitting in one strip he didn't want the other team to discover his lack of ability), and the object of Lucy van Pelt's unrequited infatuation. After Linus and Snoopy, Schroeder is probably Charlie Brown's closest friend; he once angrily denounced Violet for giving Charlie Brown a used valentine well after Valentine's Day had come and gone (only to be undercut when Charlie Brown eagerly accepted it), and he is one of the few players who has any respect for Charlie Brown as a manager (although he is as capable of ire at Charlie Brown's poor performance as anyone else). ...more on Wikipedia about "Schroeder (Peanuts)"
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