Peanuts by Charles Schulz for May 25, 1998


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    CartoonDog90  about 7 years ago

    This is the closest visual rendition of the Little Red-Haired Girl in the comic strip. Charlie Brown’s sweetheart, who had many mentions since the early ’60s, makes an appearance in silhouette in 1998.

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    Robeykr  almost 7 years ago

    Her story sadly never did go anywhere. infortunate. Shultz really disapointed me in this area.

    On Valentine’s Day 2011, the Schulz Museum gave free admission to all redheaded girls (and boys) in honor of the Little Red Haired Girl.

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    boby2001  almost 6 years ago

    The little red-haired girl looks like Patty.

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    empireatwar  about 3 years ago

    Although the Little Red-Haired Girl has appeared in a few specials (most notably in “It’s Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown” and "Happy New Year, Charlie Brown, where she is given the name Heather) and in “The Peanuts Movie” (her first speaking role, done by Francesca Capaldi, who also voices Frieda), Schulz says what was seen on TV is “non-canonical”, meaning it doesn’t connect to the strips.

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    ootey  about 2 years ago

    Peggy Jean is probably the best guess. For it appears that Schulz gave Charlie Brown one girl friend who he really liked who he could be with, whether she was imaginary or real.

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    hkoussaya  over 1 year ago


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