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  1. 16 days ago on Peanuts

    The cartoon movie All Dogs Go To Heaven came out a couple of months after this. Did Snoopy write it? :-)

  2. about 1 month ago on Peanuts

    This is actually the first time all three Van Pelt siblings are seen together, in the same panel (they were all at the baseball game, but Linus seemed to be keeping his distance from Rerun). The next time they’re all together is 11 December 1982, and the time after that is 8 May 1995. Not a close-knit family.

  3. 3 months ago on Peanuts

    Fascinating ‘camera angles’ in this one – I’m guessing Schulz had just watched Citizen Kane again :)

  4. 3 months ago on Peanuts

    The big question is… who DIDN’T get bonked? Who’s the ninth player? It’s been a very long time since we saw a full lineup of the baseball team. Shermy was the designated hitter the last we heard from him, so probably either Patty or Frieda…

  5. 6 months ago on Peanuts

    Jimmy Connors and Arthur Ashe had won Wimbledon in 1974 and 1975, Bjorn Borg was the hot star of tennis when this strip was written, and did go on to win Wimbledon 1976 – and 1977, 1978, 1979 and 1980! Tom Okker was never anywhere near that level (though he was apparently world number 3 for a while in 1974), so it’s weird to see his name in this one…

  6. 7 months ago on Peanuts

    Full version is at https://peanuts.fandom.com/wiki/July_1975_comic_strips – panel 2 has a cute smile from Woodstock!

  7. 7 months ago on Peanuts

    All of Schulz’s daughters sent a valentine to Snoopy :-)

  8. 8 months ago on Peanuts

    One of those rare occasions when Roy doesn’t wear his hat – which is probably why he’s written his name on his shirt, so that people still know who he is…

  9. 11 months ago on Peanuts

    You know, it’s just possible she’d prefer being addressed by her name, rather than “little red-haired girl”…

  10. 12 months ago on Peanuts

    Engelbert Humperdinck (the singer who named himself after the composer) was just about to become internationally famous when this strip appeared, but he didn’t really hit it big until 1967…