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Snoopy
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Abgegebene Stimmen: 76
Beginn der Abstimmung: 26.11.2012, 07:00 Uhr
Ende der Abstimmung: - offen -


Heute vor 90 Jahren wurde Charles M. Schulz, US-amerikanischer Comiczeichner und Schöpfer der Peanuts geboren.

„I don’t like the name of my strip at all. I wanted to call it Good Old Charlie Brown, but the person at the syndicate who selected Peanuts just picked it at random from a list of possible titles he jotted down. He hadn’t even looked at the strip when he named it. The syndicate compromised on Sunday, though. Once I rebelled and sent it in without any title. We finally agreed to put Peanuts at the top and include Charlie Brown and His Gang in the sub-title on Sunday.“

„I usually say that they [adults] do not appear because the daily strip is only an inch and a half high, and they wouldn’t have room to stand up. Actually, they have been left out because they would intrude in a world where they could only be uncomfortable. Adults are not needed in the Peanuts strip. In earlier days I experimented with off-stage voices, but soon abandoned this as it was not only impractical but actually clumsy. Instead, I have developed a cast of off-stage adults who are talked about but never seen or heard.“

Wir gratulieren uns allen, dass er geboren wurde.

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Montag, November 26th, 2012 Comic

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