'Which of the original "Peanuts" characters do you miss the most

Forgotten “Peanuts” characters
  • Schroeder
  • Pig Pen
  • Shermy
  • Violet
  • Patty
  • The Little Red Haired Girl
  • all of them
  • none of them
  • someone I’ve forgotten to include

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Why don’t parents name their kids Schroeder any more? It’s such a cool name.

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Frieda. Because she has naturally curly hair.

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I always wished Snoopy’s first owner, Lila, could have been part of the show

The teacher who we never got to see but had the cool voice.

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Peppermint Patty is the one with the naturally curly hair as I recall?

Anyway, she had the best name and I think we’re related! :rofl::rofl::rofl:

Love,
Patty

That would be Miss Othmar!

“Whaah wha whaah whaaa”

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I believe it was Frieda who had the naturally curly hair. She was introduced fairly early but was not among the original cast. Peppermint Patty came in after Violet and the original Patty vanished. I thought of this poll since I’m re-reading all our 1960-era Charlie Brown collections right now. :smile:

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Shows how shot my memory is getting! :joy::joy::joy:

I vaguely remember Frieda and don’t remember there being two Patty’s!

No worries. It might seem to some a sad state of affairs that I not only read those comics endlessly as a kid but continue to do so at age 63.

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Naaaa…I’m 68 and female and I still read comics and comic books! :joy:

Good literature is good no matter it’s format!

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That’s great. You would understand, then, that if your were to drop in for a visit you would find our bathroom piled with copies of not only Peanuts, but Archie, Beetle Baily, and Family Circus. :grin:

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Oh yeah! It might mean I’d be awhile, though! :rofl:

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Just keep in mind we have only one bathroom. :joy:

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I voted for Lucy (“Someone I’ve forgotten to include”).
If we had a vote for second place, it would be “All of them.”

Waiting to see who gets @GEddie’s vote.

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Pigpen is my doppelganger.

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Lucy did appear in the very first Peanuts collection, but as a toddler, not the loud-mouthed bully she became. :grinning:

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This is my unforgettable Lucy. Very true to life!

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I found this one which is among the earliest. I believe it’s dated 1952

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Snoopy, of course!

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