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Snoopy from Peanuts

Snoopy is a character from the perennially popular comic
strip, "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz. Snoopy is a dog that
is owned by Charlie Brown and is one of those fictional
characters that evolved from being a fairly ordinary
character to being one of the most beloved comic characters
in existence.

The drawings of Snoopy originally in 1950 were based on
Schulz's dogs Snooky and Spike, which were both Beagles.
Snoopy's birthday is October 2, 1950, which is when he was
first drawn by Charles Schulz. Snoopy was called by name in the
comic strip that was published on November tenth of that
year. The dog was originally going to be called "Sniffy" but
after some research Schulz found that "Sniffy" was already
being used in another comic and changed the name to Snoopy.

Originally, Snoopy didn't seem to belong to anyone and is
seen interacting with various other characters in the strip,
but eventually ownership was given over to Charlie Brown.

In the comics that have Snoopy in them he was often seen
pantomiming his thoughts or emotions to the characters
rather than speaking, until a narrator took over for
Snoopy's "thoughts" in later cartoons.

Snoopy developed many alter egos throughout the years, the
most popular being the "Flying Ace," a World War I hero. He
also appears as Joe Cool, A Famous Writer, An Attorney, A
Hockey Player, The Lone Beagle, The World Famous Grocery
Clerk, Flashbeagle and an Astronaut.

Many comic strip plots center on Snoopy's daydream of being
a writer: his opener on the typewriter is always "It was a
dark and stormy night..." Almost all his submissions are
rejected by potential publishers.

The contrast between Snoopy's dream world and Charlie
Brown's real world is central to the humor and philosophy of
"Peanuts" (e.g., the Peanuts book title "Life's a Dream,
Charlie Brown").

Charles Schulz summed up Snoopy's character in a 1997
interview: "He has to retreat into his fanciful world in
order to survive. Otherwise, he leads kind of a dull,
miserable life. I don't envy dogs the lives they have to

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