Charlie Brown says that he is four years old in the strip from November 3, 1950. Over the course of their nearly fifty-year run, most of the characters did not age more than two years. An exception are the characters who were introduced as infants, caught up with the rest of the cast, then stopped.
Linus Maurer, whose friend Charles M. Schulz borrowed his first name for Charlie Brown's blanket-wielding friend in "Peanuts," has died at age 90. Linus Maurer, a cartoonist and illustrator whose old friend and colleague Charles M.
when Charlie Brown wanders by, Linus asks him, "When I'm 22 and Sally is 17, do you think she'll go out with me?" When Schulz revived the joke more than a year later, though, it was a now toddler Sally who fell for Linus rather than the other way around.
Though Charlie Brown and Lucy are roughly the same age, he and Linus are best friends.
Snoopy's birthday was acknowledged in a strip that ran on Aug. 10, 1968. It is unclear whether that was his first-ever birthday; if so, that would make him 47 years old, 329 in dog years. Snoopy's creator, Charles M.
Schroeder was introduced as a baby on May 30, 1951, but he aged up to the maturity level of the other characters over the next three years. In his initial appearance, Patty refers to him as a next-door neighbor. His address is 1770 James Street, easy to remember for him because the number is Beethoven's birth year.
Though it's unclear exactly why Marcie calls Peppermint Patty “sir,” it may have started as a reaction to Peppermint Patty's strong, sometimes bossy personality or due to Marcie's poor eyesight. Though the nickname did seem to irritate her for a while, Peppermint Patty seems OK with it in the new movie.
Sally Brown is a fictional character in the comic strip Peanuts by Charles Schulz. She is the younger sister of main character Charlie Brown. She was first mentioned in May 1959 and throughout a long series of strips before her first appearance in August 1959.
It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown is a 1966 American prime time animated television special based on the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz.
Margret "Peggy" Jean is a minor female character in the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz. She was the girlfriend of Charlie Brown for many years in the 1990s.
Sally has a crush on Linus, and calls him her "Sweet Babboo" (inspired by Schulz's wife Jeanie, who used to call him that) However, Linus does not really like Sally's love for him.
Linus Van Pelt is a fictional character in Charles M. Schulz's comic strip Peanuts. He is the best friend of Charlie Brown, the younger brother of Lucy Van Pelt, and the older brother of Rerun Van Pelt. He first appeared on September 19, 1952, but he was not mentioned by name until three days later.
Christopher Shea gave Linus a minor lisp in A Charlie Brown Christmas. Linus' lisp is an infrequently recurring trait, depending on whoever is voicing him at the time.
Chuck is the name by which Peppermint Patty usually calls him. Marcie originally called him by that name too. In You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown, Peppermint Patty calls him "Chuck-o". Charles is the name by which Marcie, The Goose Eggs and his pen(cil) pal call him.
The name Peanuts was likely chosen because it was a well-known term for children at the time, popularized by the television program The Howdy Doody Show, which debuted in 1947 and featured an audience section for children called the “Peanut Gallery.”
Lucy's opinion of Charlie Brown
Lucy often mocks Charlie Brown, and abuses him, calling him different insults, such as "dumb" and "weak", although all those insults are false and wrong.
"Pig-Pen", Patty and Violet in The Peanuts Movie. In The Peanuts Movie, Patty is shown with a different opinion on "Pig-Pen", as she is shown with a crush on him and even states, "A little dirt never hurt anyone." Violet, however, has the same opinion of him as in the comics and is disgusted by Patty's crush.
Marcie is a studious girl who is sometimes depicted as being terrible at sports. She has befriended the tomboyish, athletic Peppermint Patty, who gets annoyed at Marcie when she calls her "sir", and she has a mostly-unrequited crush on the underdog Charlie Brown.
The Little Red-Haired Girl returned in the 1977 special It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown, making her first ever onscreen appearance. Linus tells Charlie Brown that her name is "Heather", and that she is the Homecoming Queen.
Schroeder is a high-functioning autistic. He gets along fine with some; others, not so much. Obsessed with Beethoven and his piano. Likes being around all the dancing fun, but doesn't dance, just plays DJ.
Schroeder does not appreciate Lucy's love for him. He says, he cannot like Lucy (or possibly anyone), because Beethoven was a lifelong bachelor, and Schroeder feels he must emulate every aspect of his idol's life, even if it is insinuated that he reciprocates Lucy's feelings.
Belle is a minor animal character in the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz.