Li'l Folks: Schulz’s comic strip where the character Charlie Brown first appeared. The name was changed because Li'l Folks was too close to other comics. Schulz never liked the name Peanuts.
17,897: The number of Peanuts strips Schulz produced. They ran from 1950 to 2000, with reruns continuing after that. The last original Peanuts strip was published the day after Schulz died.
Snoopy: One of Schulz’s earliest Peanuts characters who was loosely based on a black and white dog named Spike that he had as a teenager. The cartoonist originally wanted to call the dog Sniffy; however, he remembered his mother suggesting the family name their next dog Snoopy.
1967: The year when Snoopy’s best friend, Woodstock, first appeared in the comic strip. He wasn’t referred to by name until 1970. He was named after the summer music festival.
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