Charlie Brown

  • Charles Schulz's Birth

    The creator of Charlie Brown, Charlie Schulz, was born.
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    Great Depression

    There isn't a set date of the end of the Great Depression. But Charles Schulz lived during it and the end of the Great Depression could have effected his dream to be a cartoonist.
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    World War II

    Charles Schulz lived throughout the second World War as well. The war could have made his career more difficult to pursue.
  • Charles Schulz was drafted into the Army

    Sometime in 1943 Schulz was drafted into the United States Army during WWII
  • Charlie Brown's first appearence

    Charlie Brown first appeared in Charles Schulz comic strip, Lil' Folks in 1947. But the comic strip "Lil' Folks" only lasted until 1950.
  • Peanuts first appearence

    The first appearence of the comic strip "Peanuts" and the start of the most popular comic strip of all time.
  • Lucy pulling away the football.

    The first appearence of Lucy pulling away the football from Charlie Brown starting the most memorial moment in the Charlie Brown comics.
  • Refrence to Savings Bonds

    In a comic in May had an icon that stated "Defend freedom, But US Savings Bonds".
  • Civil Rights Act of 1964

    The Civil Rights act was around the same time as the comic strip and it was around the same time that Franklin appeared, an African American Peanut.
  • "A Charlie Brown Christmas" aired

    The first animated TV special for the Peanuts aired on CBS for the first time.
  • Charles Schulz gets a star

    Charles Schulz gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
  • Charles Schulz death

    The creator of Charlie Brown and the Peanuts died. He worked on the Peanut strips up until his last day.
  • Last appearence of "Peanuts"

    The last strip of "Peanuts" was released in papers the day after Schulz death announcing the retirement of Peanuts within the strip with Snoopy on his type writer and a not from Charles Schulz.