Charles Schulz

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United States cartoonist whose comic strip included the beagle Snoopy (1922-2000)

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When asked about the origins of Snoopy's aviator role, Charles Schulz credited his son Monte's interest in making plastic airplane models as his chief inspiration.
From that point on, Charles Schulz helped Snoopy discover his fantasy life that rocketed his career forward to become the famous and beloved character that he is today.
The most misunderstood thinking about my work is that I am licensed to create the images that include the copyrighted subject matter that has so influenced me through the teachings of my greatest friend Charles Schulz.
I know it is somewhat ironic that a television show, whose advertising has sold a lot of consumer goods, would be noted for its anti-commercial message, but it is -- because Charles Schulz was a genius.
Dell Comics published 'Tip Top Comics' which featured new PEANUTS comic book content created under the guidance of Charles Schulz.
Iconix Brand Group (NASDAQ:ICON) and Charles M Schulz Creative Associatesa[euro](tm) newly formed joint venture (JV) Peanuts Worldwide LLC will distribute Peanuts by Charles Schulz in print, online and on mobile devices by Universal Uclick from February 2011, the JV stated on Thursday.
It was October 2, 1950, when cartoonist Charles Schulz first introduced his comic strip featuring the wise and witty child philosophers who would become global icons within a few short years.
Minimal text and full page photos make this series perfect as beginning biographies, including books about Albert Einstein, Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, Rosa Parks, Jackie Robinson, and Charles Schulz.
The sale of United Media Licensing also means Iconix have a new partnership with the family of the late Peanuts creator Charles Schulz.
Quotes from Charles Schulz reveal how he was inspired to produce--and was in turn inspired by--Peanuts, while over 500 pages of strips--including many full-color Sundays--appear in a keepsake volume packaged in a deluxe slipcase.
The "Peanuts" star will appear as a cardboard cutout on the front of a boat-shaped car that is being taken to the festival by Jeannie Schulz, widow of Snoopy's creator, Charles Schulz.
Charles Schulz is famous for the creation of which cartoon strip?
The only 600 Pullman ever to be painted in lipstick red was first bought by Peanuts cartoon creator Charles Schulz, and then passed to Baron Hilton, owner of the Las Vegas Hilton, where it was used to ferry glitterati like Elvis Presley, Jack Nicholson, Clint Eastwood, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin.
Charles Schulz, the creator of "Peanuts," was going for more than a punch Line when he made Schroeder a Beethoven-obsessed music nerd.