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Vince Guaraldi Trio: A Charlie Brown Christmas review | Alexis Petridis's album of the week
No one expected these songs of off-key melancholy, imperfect singing and seasonal disappointment to succeed, but nearly 60 years on, the jazz pianist’s masterpiece endures

Alexis Petridis

01, Dec, 2022 @12:00 PM

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New exhibition shows Peanuts creator Charles M Schulz’s take on grown-ups
Adults by Schulz at the museum dedicated to the cartoonist in California offers possible glimpse of Charlie Brown’s later life

Richard Luscombe

01, Jun, 2021 @3:17 PM

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DC’s living dead, costume dramas and love-starved Charlie Brown | Rachel Cooke
Continuing a new series, our writer reflects on how America’s impeachment-crazed capital is in reality a deserted city

Rachel Cooke

26, Jan, 2020 @8:15 AM

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Dedicated followers: collectors of book inscriptions share their notes
The words left in books by their previous owners can tell intriguing stories – but do they enrich or sour the next reader’s experience?

Elle Hunt

21, Jan, 2020 @10:13 AM

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Take that, Charlie Brown! The artists putting the pain into Peanuts
Anxiety, misery, vanity, heartbreak … Snoopy and the gang were always darker than they appeared – which is why artists have reimagined them for our angst-ridden times

Stuart Jeffries

23, Oct, 2018 @12:54 PM

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Obama's Peanuts: President writes foreword to Charles Schulz anthology
The US leader has taken a break from being a world statesman to pay tribute in prose to ‘an American treasure’

Alison Flood

09, Mar, 2016 @6:38 PM

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Snoopin’ on Snoopy: exploring Santa Rosa, Charles Schulz's hometown
Charlie Brown and Snoopy live on in the new Peanuts movie. And the spirit of the comic strip’s creator, Charles Schulz, survives in a museum in Santa Rosa, California – exactly the sort of town you’d expect to find these all-American heroes

Christopher Beanland

21, Dec, 2015 @2:59 PM

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Snoopy & Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie review – wry comic strip update
Colourful 3D animation brightens up the beloved creations of Charles Schulz, but the humour and observations remain the same

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

20, Dec, 2015 @7:59 AM

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The Peanuts Movie: classic cartoon strip gets a 21st-century revamp
Charles Schulz’s much-loved cartoon, once read by 355 million people, is hitting the big screen, 65 years after it was born

Hannah Ellis-Petersen

18, Dec, 2015 @6:15 PM

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Why I loved Charlie Brown and the Peanuts cartoons
Charlie Brown – the anxious, bungling Peanuts cartoon antihero meant more to Stuart Jeffries as a boy than any rip-roaring adventurer

Stuart Jeffries

05, Dec, 2015 @6:30 AM

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Peanuts cartoonist Charles Schulz on the necessity of loserdom
The Peanuts Movie leaves Charlie Brown fans with hope, but Peanuts – the comic strip – is enduring because it accepts life’s aches and pains

Sam Thielman in New York

28, Nov, 2015 @2:29 PM

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Spectre pits 007 against his greatest adversary – international exchange rates
Strong dollar holds Spectre back, Peanuts Movie bids for a new generation and The Martian becomes Ridley Scott’s highest grosser in box office analysis

Phil Hoad

09, Nov, 2015 @5:46 PM

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