Quiz: Which Charlie Brown Character Was It?
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Which Charlie Brown Character Was It?
By: Becky Stigall
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About This Quiz

Charlie Brown is the main protagonist of one of the longest-running comic strips, The Peanuts. The strip was first seen in daily newspapers in 1950 but was soon featured in papers in over 75 countries all around the world, reaching an estimated 355 million readers. The strip originally ran from 1950 to 2000 and was written and illustrated by cartoonist, Charles M. Schulz. 

The strip is centered around a group of young children, the main character being Charlie Brown. Readers also encounter popular characters like Snoopy (Charlie's pet), Linus, Peppermint, Franklin, Sally and Woodstock. Charlie is also known for being unable to fly a kite, kick a football (probably due to his friend Lucy pulling it away) and win a baseball game. The strip was so successful that it was adapted into a television series as well as different movies. The characters can also be seen in various advertisements, at different themed and amusement parks and books.

How much do you know about Charlie Brown and the rest of the Peanuts family? If you were asked questions about this popular franchise, would you be able to get them all correct? To test your knowledge of all things Peanuts, you should take this quiz!

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