List of minor characters in Peanuts

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The following is a list of all notable secondary characters in the American comic strip Peanuts.wikipedia
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The following is a list of all notable secondary characters in the American comic strip Peanuts.
In 1963 he added a little boy named "5" to the cast, whose sisters were named "3" and "4," and whose father had changed their family name to their ZIP Code, giving in to the way numbers were taking over people's identities.

The Peanuts Movie

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She is a main character in The Peanuts Movie (she moves in and Charlie Brown becomes infatuated with her, and over the course of the film she gains a liking to him, and becomes his pen-pal).
In a subplot, after finding a typewriter in the school dumpster, Snoopy writes a novel about the World War I Flying Ace, trying to save Fifi from the Red Baron with Woodstock and his friends' help, using the key events and situations surrounding Charlie Brown as inspiration to develop his story.

Snoopy's Reunion

Her only other animated appearance was in the special Snoopy's Reunion.
Snoopy is sold to Lila, his first owner.

A Boy Named Charlie Brown

In the 1966 strip storyline about Charlie Brown's competing in the class spelling bee (later adapted into the movie A Boy Named Charlie Brown), Charlie Brown mentions that his teacher's name is Mrs. Donovan, but he was later shown in Miss Othmar's class with Linus.
Peppermint Patty and 5 also appear in silent roles.

Charlie Brown

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She is a main character in The Peanuts Movie (she moves in and Charlie Brown becomes infatuated with her, and over the course of the film she gains a liking to him, and becomes his pen-pal). She was originally intended as a female counterpart of the strip's protagonist, Charlie Brown (hence her self-applied nickname "Good Ol' Charlotte Braun").
Charlie Brown is always referred to by his full name (with the exception of Peppermint Patty who calls him "Chuck", and Marcie and Eudora who call him 'Charles') and his usual catchphrase is "good grief".

You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown

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Miss Othmar talks briefly to Sally in the TV special You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown.
Patty, Frieda, Pig-Pen, 555 95472, and Shermy appear, but they have no lines.

Snoopy

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Eudora gives the blanket to Snoopy's nemesis, the "stupid cat who lives next door," and it takes the combined forces of Linus, Snoopy and Woodstock to get the blanket back.
He speaks in a chirping language that only Snoopy and his other bird friends can understand.

Marcie

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Floyd appeared July 26, 1976, at a summer camp Peppermint Patty and Marcie were attending, flagging Marcie's attention by calling her "Lambcake" as an expression of his immediate infatuation with her.
A forerunner of Marcie's character, a girl named Clara, made an appearance in a sequence at a girls’ camp in June 1968.

Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown?

Roy appeared in the television specials He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown (1968), It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown (1969), Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown? (1983), Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown (1985), and He's A Bully, Charlie Brown, (2006) and the films Snoopy, Come Home! (1972) and Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown (1977).

He's a Bully, Charlie Brown

Roy appeared in the television specials He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown (1968), It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown (1969), Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown? (1983), Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown (1985), and He's A Bully, Charlie Brown, (2006) and the films Snoopy, Come Home! (1972) and Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown (1977). He was the adversary in the animated TV special He's a Bully, Charlie Brown, voiced by Taylor Lautner.
Joe Agate (played by Taylor Lautner), the bully, decides to play against Rerun on the false pretense of teaching him the game—and quickly cheats him out of his marbles.

Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown

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Roy appeared in the television specials He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown (1968), It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown (1969), Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown? (1983), Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown (1985), and He's A Bully, Charlie Brown, (2006) and the films Snoopy, Come Home! (1972) and Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown (1977).

The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show

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She only appeared in A Charlie Brown Celebration (1982), The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show episodes "Snoopy's Cat Fight" and "Sally's Sweet Babboo", and had a quick cameo in A Charlie Brown Valentine, where she is seen walking with Sally.

Stacy Heather Tolkin

Tolkin also voiced Sally Brown and Truffles in Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown?, What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown?, and The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show.

Linus van Pelt

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However, Sally gets angry at Eudora when she is able to charm Linus into giving her his blanket, since she has a crush on Linus herself.
Linus in turn has an innocent crush on his school teacher, Miss Othmar (later Mrs. Hagemeyer).

Linda Ercoli

Ercoli also voiced Peppermint Patty in It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown, and Clara in the second Peanuts movie Snoopy, Come Home.

Snoopy, Come Home

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Roy appeared in the television specials He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown (1968), It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown (1969), Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown? (1983), Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown (1985), and He's A Bully, Charlie Brown, (2006) and the films Snoopy, Come Home! (1972) and Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown (1977). An unnamed girl was an antagonist in the 1972 movie Snoopy, Come Home.
Later, Snoopy receives a letter from a girl named Lila, who has been in the hospital for three weeks for unspecified reasons and needs Snoopy to keep her company.

Sally Brown

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Sally Brown started getting angry at her school and yelling at it, but eventually apologized and gave it a hug.
Sally was the first character to befriend Eudora, arguably the last major character to be introduced to the strip.

A Charlie Brown Christmas

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("Those are nice feminine names," Charlie Brown dryly commented.) All three siblings appear in A Charlie Brown Christmas, where they have non-speaking roles, but demonstrate distinctive 1960s dance moves during the dancing scene.

It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown

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Roy appeared in the television specials He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown (1968), It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown (1969), Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown? (1983), Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown (1985), and He's A Bully, Charlie Brown, (2006) and the films Snoopy, Come Home! (1972) and Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown (1977).

Happiness Is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown

He made a cameo appearance in Happiness Is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown along with Frieda.
The program special is particularly notable in that the characters/animation are drawn in a 1950s/early-1960s style, and it uses only characters from that time period (including Violet, Shermy, and Patty), except for the inclusion of one later character, Woodstock, and intermediate-era characters Frieda, Faron, 5, 4, and 3 appearing briefly as extras; and even pays homage to the very first Peanuts strip, from October 2, 1950 (when Charlie Brown has a flashback sequence).

A Charlie Brown Celebration

She only appeared in A Charlie Brown Celebration (1982), The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show episodes "Snoopy's Cat Fight" and "Sally's Sweet Babboo", and had a quick cameo in A Charlie Brown Valentine, where she is seen walking with Sally.

Sally Dryer

Dryer's last stint with the Peanuts gang was performing the voices of Clara, Shirley, and Sophie in It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown.