Lucy van Pelt

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Lucille van Pelt is a character in the syndicated comic strip Peanuts, written and drawn by Charles Schulz.wikipedia
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Linus van Pelt

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She is the older sister of Linus and Rerun.
The best friend of Charlie Brown, Linus is also the younger brother of Lucy van Pelt and older brother of Rerun van Pelt.

Rerun van Pelt

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She is the older sister of Linus and Rerun.
Rerun van Pelt is Linus and Lucy's younger brother in Charles M. Schulz's comic strip Peanuts.

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Lucille van Pelt is a character in the syndicated comic strip Peanuts, written and drawn by Charles Schulz.
Other character introductions that soon followed were Schroeder, on May 30, 1951, as a baby; Lucy, on March 3, 1952; Lucy's baby brother Linus, on September 19, 1952 (after his existence was first mentioned on July 14); and Pig-Pen, on July 13, 1954.

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Lucille van Pelt is a character in the syndicated comic strip Peanuts, written and drawn by Charles Schulz.
The Baltimore Sun's Linda White recalled, "I followed the adventures of Winnie Winkle, Moon Mullins and Dondi, and waited each fall to see how Lucy would manage to trick Charlie Brown into trying to kick that football. (After I left for college, my father would clip out that strip each year and send it to me just to make sure I didn’t miss it.)"

Charlie Brown

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Lucy is characterized as a "fussbudget", crabby, bossy and opinionated girl who bullies most other characters in the strip, particularly Linus and Charlie Brown.
Lee Mendelson, producer of the majority of the Peanuts television specials, has said of Charlie Brown that "He was, and is, the ultimate survivor in overcoming bulliness—Lucy or otherwise."

Schroeder (Peanuts)

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She also has a strong unrequited crush on Schroeder. The third new character in Peanuts after Violet and Schroeder, Lucy made her debut on March 3, 1952.
He is also the object of the unrequited infatuation of Lucy van Pelt, who constantly leans on Schroeder's piano, much to Schroeder's annoyance.

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Lucille van Pelt is a character in the syndicated comic strip Peanuts, written and drawn by Charles Schulz.
The character Lucy van Pelt also expresses a fondness for the film, and in one strip she cruelly spoils the ending for her younger brother.

A Charlie Brown Christmas

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In A Charlie Brown Christmas, Lucy reverses the placard from displaying its "Out" side to reveal the words "Real In".
Lucy suggests he direct a neighborhood Christmas play, but his best efforts are ignored and mocked by his peers.

Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown

In a series of strips that later became part of the 2003 TV special Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown, Charlie Brown traded Lucy to Peppermint Patty's baseball team for Marcie (and a pizza), but once Patty discovered what a terrible player Lucy really was, she traded her back.
The apprehension is mainly due to Lucy, who is constantly bothering him with idiotic questions, sarcastic remarks and non-sequiturs, to the point where poor Charlie literally becomes physically ill on the pitcher's mound.

Violet (Peanuts)

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The third new character in Peanuts after Violet and Schroeder, Lucy made her debut on March 3, 1952.
Violet is best known as a jealous girl who likes bragging and, along with her friends Patty (her best friend) and Lucy (the ringleader of the trio), often teases and torments Charlie Brown.

Pamelyn Ferdin

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Ferdin began her career in numerous television series, and gained renown for her work as a voice actress supplying the voice of Lucy Van Pelt in A Boy Named Charlie Brown (1969), as well as in two other Peanuts television specials.

It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown

One infamous example of this is the animated special It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown, where her actions (she pulled the ball away four times) cost the school football team a win in the Homecoming game, yet Charlie Brown is blamed even though he is clearly not at fault.
But even in an actual game, Lucy continues to humiliate Charlie Brown pulling the ball away just as he tries to kick it; she does this four times during the game, including a crucial field goal attempt in the last thirty seconds.

Robin Kohn

Robin Kohn Glazer (born January 4, 1962) is a former child actress noted for providing the voice of Lucy van Pelt in various Peanuts animation films during the early 1970s in Snoopy Come Home, You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown, A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving, and There's No Time for Love, Charlie Brown.

Sally Dryer

Dryer first started as the voice of Violet in A Boy Named Charlie Brown (1963) and A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965), before going on to Lucy in four Peanuts specials Charlie Brown's All-Stars (1966), It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966), You're in Love, Charlie Brown (1967), and He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown (1968).

Melanie Kohn

Melanie Kohn (born March 20, 1964) is a former child actress being noted for voicing Lucy van Pelt during the 1970s.

Saddle shoe

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Lucy has short, black hair and wears a blue dress with blue socks and saddle shoes until the 1970s when Schulz began showing the strip's female characters in pants and shirts in order to keep their outfits more contemporary.
The Peanuts comic strip character Lucy van Pelt wears saddle shoes.

Ami Foster

She also voiced Sally Brown in the 1988 animated Peanuts special Snoopy!!! The Musical and Lucy van Pelt in an episode of This Is America, Charlie Brown.

Sydney Penny

She voiced Lucy Van Pelt in the television special It's Magic, Charlie Brown (1981).

Brian's Got a Brand New Bag

Her most recent appearance is in "Brian's Got a Brand New Bag".
Another cutaway gag features Peter in the famed Peanuts bit in which Lucy pulls the football away from Charlie Brown, with Peter attacking her until she cries and promises to never pull the same stunt.

Serena Berman

Berman also made appearances in Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide as Marty's sister Marva, and as Lucy van Pelt in both Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown and Charlie Brown's Christmas Tales.

Christopher Caldwell (journalist)

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Christopher Caldwell has said about the character: "Lucy is no 'fussbudget.' She's an American nightmare, a combination of zero brains, infinite appetites and infinite self-esteem, who is (for that reason) able to run roughshod over all her playmates. At her best, she is the most terrifying character in the history of comics."

Psychiatry

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Lucy also operates a psychiatric booth, parodying the lemonade stand operated by many young children in the United States.

Lemonade stand

Lucy also operates a psychiatric booth, parodying the lemonade stand operated by many young children in the United States.

Psychoanalysis

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Here, she offers advice and psychoanalysis for a nickel (five cents), usually to an anxious Charlie Brown.

Nickel (United States coin)

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Here, she offers advice and psychoanalysis for a nickel (five cents), usually to an anxious Charlie Brown.