“A Charlie Brown Christmas” aired for the first time on this day in 1965.
“A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” first debuted on TV on this day in 1973.
We won! Charlie Brown and friends are back in time for Thanksgiving! But on another network…
Can a Change.org petition bring back Charlie Brown and friends for the holidays? Will you sign it?
This year will mark the first time that It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown will not air on broadcast TV and this makes me sad.
Both Kevin Costner and Jamie Lee Curtis did very well for themselves in the world of filmmaking on this day, but for different reasons.
The very first Peanuts comic strip was published in the newspaper on this day in 1950.
Never get tired of this.
2000: Charles Schulz’s Last Peanuts Comic On this day in 2000, Charles Schulz’s last Peanuts comic appeared in Sunday papers – one day after he passed away. In it he … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for February 13
When is the best time to visit “California’s original theme park?” If you are a Peanuts fan – it’s now.
It was on this day that some people starting tossing fruitcakes, Dragnet aired for the first time and Peanuts comic strip published its last daily strip.
Now, finally, the red velvet curtains have been pulled back and we get to see the “new” Peanuts. And you know what? They are exactly like the old ones – maybe even better.