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He has been hailed as one of the best cartoon characters of all time, and he has become one of the great American archetypes and the only Peanuts character to have done so. Personality-wise, he is gentle, insecure, and lovable. Charlie Brown possesses significant determination and hope but frequently fails because of his insecurities, outside interference, or plain bad luck.
While he can be smart, he over-thinks things and this often gives him a tendency to procrastinate.
While all of the permanent characters and a few minor characters are his friends, he is often ostracized by them, and three of his friends even bully him, particularly Lucy van Pelt. He leads the baseball team and keeps hoping for a victory despite their numerous failures and painful letdowns, yelling words of admirable encouragement to his players, leading them to the next game.
Charlie Brown has many more traits, and his character is very deep. Charlie Brown inherited a massive number of traits from Schulz, right down to his first name. He and Snoopy are the only characters to appear in every TV special and movie. Charlie Brown first appeared in , two years before Peanuts started, in a comic strip by Charles M. He later appeared in the first Peanuts comic strip on October 2, He is one of the most well-known characters in Peanuts and is considered to be the main character in the strip.
Charlie Brown states in the strip from November 3, , that he is "only four years old", but he aged over the next two decades. He says he is six in the strip from November 17, In the strip from April 3, , he says that he will be twenty-one in thirteen years time, making him eight years old in that strip. He says that he is eight-and-a-half years old in the strip from July 11, Later references continue to peg Charlie Brown as being approximately eight years old.
Charlie Brown falls for the football gag again. Charlie Brown is an avid kite-flyer, but his kites keep landing in a " Kite-Eating Tree " or suffering even worse fates. In one strip from , he finally gets the kite to fly before it spontaneously combusts in the air. Every autumn Lucy van Pelt promises to hold a football for Charlie Brown to kick, and every year she pulls it away as he follows through, causing him to fly in the air and land painfully on his back.
Charlie Brown was never shown as succeeding to kick the football in the comic strip. In a storyline from July and August , in which Charlie Brown is in the hospital, Lucy promises she will never pull the football away again. She does not pull the football away when Charlie Brown tries to kick it after he gets well, but he misses the football and kicks her hand. In a strip from , Lucy delegates the task of holding the ball to her brother Rerun van Pelt.
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Rerun does not reveal whether Charlie Brown kicks the ball or not. Charlie Brown first appears in a shirt with a zig-zag in a strip from December 21, Charlie Brown is the only character to appear in the first Peanuts comic strip from October 2, and the last one from February 13, According to a comic strip, his birthday is on October 30 but no strips from October 30 in subsequent years make reference to this.
Charlie Brown, with from left to right Schroeder, Lucy, and Patty. This image is from a comic strip. Appearance Charlie Brown is drawn with only a small curl of hair at the front of his head, and a little in the back. Though this is often interpreted as him being bald, Charles M. Schulz claimed that he saw Charlie Brown as having hair that was so light, and cut so short, that it could not be seen very easily. Snoopy thinks of his owner as "the round-headed kid". Ironically, Lucy frequently calls him a "blockhead".
Charlie Brown almost always wears black shorts and a polo shirt with a black zig-zag stripe around the middle.
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In the animated TV specials, his shirt is colored a deep yellow. In the past, his shirt was colored red in the Sunday comic strips but it now usually appears as yellow in all media.
He, like most male characters, wears brown leather shoes, and yellow socks. In The Peanuts Movie , he wears long, black pants. Schulz suggested the Sunday title as a clarification device.
Charlie Brown is almost always addressed by his full name by other characters in the strip. Two of the exceptions to this are Peppermint Patty , who calls him "Chuck" most of the time.
Her friend Marcie usually calls him "Charles" but occasionally calls him "Chuck". Some readers interpret this as an indication of the portrayed crushes that both girls have on him , which they both admit to each other in the strip from July 21, His sister Sally usually calls him "Big Brother", probably because it would be awkward for a member of his own family to use their surname when addressing him. A minor character named Peggy Jean from the early s calls him "Brownie Charles". Charlie Brown, in his typical nervous and awkward fashion, flubs his own name when he introduces himself to Peggy Jean and cannot bring himself to correct the mistake.
It is eventually revealed that the first person to have called him "Charlie Brown" was Poochie , a girl who played with Snoopy as a pup, and who first appeared in the strip on January 7, This can imply, that before this, people used to refer to him as simply Charlie. List of names Charlie Brown is the name by which most other characters call him.
Chuck is the name by which Peppermint Patty usually calls him. Marcie originally called him by that name too. Charles is the name by which Marcie, The Goose Eggs and his pen cil pal call him. Sally always calls him "Big Brother. Strip from June 25, Sack" are the monikers his fellow campers at summer camp give him in a storyline from June and July , due to the fact that he wears a sack over his head.
Peggy Jean calls him "Brownie Charles". Personality In the very earliest strips, Charlie Brown was more assertive and playful than his character would later become: He would play tricks on other cast members, and some strips had romantic overtones between Charlie Brown, Patty and Violet. Sometimes, he would bother adults. As the strip progressed, Charlie Brown became the "lovable loser" that everyone knows and loves.
He is a meek, gentle, innocent, polite, and kind-hearted child, who always means well and cares deeply about his friends and family. He is often victimized and abused by the other characters, usually getting blamed when something goes wrong even though he is obviously not the one at fault. Charlie Brown emotionally swings between being negatively pessimistic and being heroically optimistic. He fails at most things and is often insulted by Lucy and Violet and Patty, resulting in his depression and often pessimistic view of life; an example is his reluctance to get up and start a day because he might spoil it.
He also hates himself. Contradicting this negativity is an optimistic side; no matter how bad a day might be, he often looks forward for tomorrow. He also has a positive attitude on life, hoping for good things to happen; one such case is his attitude about his baseball team, and no matter how the game looks, even if it looks like his team has no prospect to win, Charlie Brown is always confident that his team still has a chance of winning.
He claims that his team has both never won a game but is also one win away from the playoffs. He hates losing, and he does not let his frequent failures get in the way of becoming great; he wants people to praise him, and he tries to achieve that goal by working hard and improving any skill he has on some fields whilst trying to find more fields he has skill at.
He despairs because he suffers so much that each day might likely end badly for him, but he is positive enough to hope for the best, hating the notion of being doomed to suffer, and he always works hard to achieve anything that he wishes to. Charlie Brown is very ambitious. Charlie Brown often feels like people are picking on him, even if in reality they are not. For instance, in one strip, from May 9, , Charlie Brown says his raincoat is too small. Patty tries to explain that the problem is not that the raincoat is too small, but that Charlie Brown is too big.
However, Charlie Brown takes offense at that, and says "Always blaming me for everything". Charlie Brown also often feels that nobody likes him, or that people are constantly laughing at him, except for when he is trying to be funny, of course. Charlie Brown has stated that he is very fond of books.
Despite this, he often procrastinates book report writing. The May 3, strip.
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Charlie Brown prepares to play Joe Agate at marbles. He did have occasional victories, though, such as hitting a game-winning home run off a pitch by Royanne , on March 30, and soundly defeating Joe Agate in a game of marbles on April 11, Usually, Charlie Brown was a representative for everyone going through a time when they feel like nothing ever goes right for them. However, Charlie Brown refuses to give up. In the final weeks of the strip, determined to finally have a winning baseball season at least, Charlie Brown tried to channel Joe Torre, which made his sister think he was cracking up.
The September 30, strip. While he fails in many things, he has shown skill on some: He is also quite skilled at marbles, for although he always suffered intense defeat whenever he played against Patty , she was the only character he was shown losing to, with him soundly taking down Joe Agate and proving his skill.