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She is one of a small group in the strip who lives across town from Charlie Brown and his school friends (although in The Peanuts Movie she, along with Marcie and Franklin, lives in the same neighborhood and attends the same school).
Charlie Brown (also nicknamed Chuck by Peppermint Patty) is the principal character of the comic strip Peanuts, syndicated in daily and Sunday newspapers in numerous countries all over the world.

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Patricia "Peppermint Patty" Reichardt is a fictional character featured in Charles M. Schulz' comic strip Peanuts.

Franklin (Peanuts)

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She is one of a small group in the strip who lives across town from Charlie Brown and his school friends (although in The Peanuts Movie she, along with Marcie and Franklin, lives in the same neighborhood and attends the same school).
He goes to school with Peppermint Patty and Marcie.

Marcie

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She is one of a small group in the strip who lives across town from Charlie Brown and his school friends (although in The Peanuts Movie she, along with Marcie and Franklin, lives in the same neighborhood and attends the same school).
She has befriended the tomboyish, athletic Peppermint Patty, and she has a mostly-unrequited crush on the underdog Charlie Brown.

The Peanuts Movie

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She is one of a small group in the strip who lives across town from Charlie Brown and his school friends (although in The Peanuts Movie she, along with Marcie and Franklin, lives in the same neighborhood and attends the same school). Peppermint Patty has chin-length hair that she descibes as "mousy-blah", most often depicted as a medium brown (though the color has sometimes appeared as orange-red or auburn, as in The Peanuts Movie (2015)), and has freckles.
When he goes to accept a medal at a school assembly, however, he learns the test papers are accidentally mixed up and the perfect score actually belongs to Peppermint Patty; Charlie Brown declines the medal, losing all his new-found popularity.

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Patricia "Peppermint Patty" Reichardt is a fictional character featured in Charles M. Schulz' comic strip Peanuts. Schulz had also named his earlier character Patty after Swanson, and he coined his well-known phrase "Happiness is a Warm Puppy" during a conversation with her in 1959.
The initial cast of Peanuts was small, featuring only Charlie Brown, Shermy, Patty (not to be confused with Peppermint Patty) and (two days after the release of the first strip) a beagle, Snoopy.

You're in Love, Charlie Brown

The following year, she made her animated debut in the TV special You're in Love, Charlie Brown and began (in the comics) coaching a baseball team that played against Charlie Brown and since has had other adventures with him.
Later, he meets Peppermint Patty and talks about the girl at school, but before he can mention her red hair, Patty jumps in and tells Chuck that she will set up a meeting with her.

Patty (Peanuts)

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Schulz had also named his earlier character Patty after Swanson, and he coined his well-known phrase "Happiness is a Warm Puppy" during a conversation with her in 1959.
A former major character whose roles were reduced in later years due to her lacking the distinguishing characteristics of characters like Lucy, Linus, or Sally, she is often confused with Peppermint Patty, a different and later character from the same strip.

Christopher DeFaria

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Peppermint Patty was first voiced by Gabrielle DeFaria in the CBS specials, then by various other child performers both male (such as Christopher DeFaria and Stuart Brotman) and female (including Donna Forman (1974), Linda Ercoli (1974), Victoria Vargas (1983), Gini Holtzman (1984–1985)).
As a child, he was a voice actor playing the part of Peppermint Patty in five Peanuts specials: It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown (1969), Play It Again, Charlie Brown (1971), There's No Time for Love, Charlie Brown (1973), and A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (1973).

Linda Ercoli

Peppermint Patty was first voiced by Gabrielle DeFaria in the CBS specials, then by various other child performers both male (such as Christopher DeFaria and Stuart Brotman) and female (including Donna Forman (1974), Linda Ercoli (1974), Victoria Vargas (1983), Gini Holtzman (1984–1985)).
Ercoli also voiced Peppermint Patty in It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown, and Clara in the second Peanuts movie Snoopy, Come Home.

Snoopy

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For a long time she seemed unaware that Snoopy was a dog, referring to him as "the funny looking kid with the big nose."
Peppermint Patty often refers to Snoopy as a "funny looking kid with a big nose", unaware that he is a beagle.

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving

Marcie also called her "Priscilla" in A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving; however, this is a continuation of a reference Linus had just made to Longfellow's poem The Courtship of Miles Standish in which Standish asks John Alden to speak to Priscilla Mullins on his behalf (just as Peppermint Patty has asked Marcie to speak to Charlie Brown).
Later, Charlie Brown and Sally are preparing to go to their grandmother's for Thanksgiving dinner when Charlie Brown gets a phone call from Peppermint Patty, who invites herself over to Charlie Brown's house for the holiday dinner.

He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown

Peppermint Patty mentions her mother over the course of the television special He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown, but Schulz repeatedly stated that the situations presented in the cartoon adaptations are not canonical to the strip.
As it is a two-day trip, Charlie Brown calls Peppermint Patty and asks to let Snoopy stay there for one night en route; Peppermint Patty agrees, but a scheming Snoopy decides to stay on and has Peppermint Patty waiting on him hand and foot, which confuses her.

Little Red-Haired Girl

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His true love was the unattainable Little Red-Haired Girl, and having a girl actually like him was unexplored territory, although Peppermint Patty once angrily expressed her jealousy to Charlie Brown for his affection of that girl.
Peppermint Patty and Marcie encountered her at summer camp a few years later in 1972, where it is stated that she is aware of Charlie Brown (despite his belief that she does not know he exists) and is talking about him to the other girls at camp, although what she says of him and how she feels about him are not stated.

Patricia Patts

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She played the lead role in the 1978 Los Angeles touring production of Annie, and the voice of Peppermint Patty on the show Peanuts.

Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!)

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Also, in the movie Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown, both she and Marcie were shown as being attracted to Pierre, the son of their host family in Paris.
In exchange, Charlie Brown, Linus, Peppermint Patty, Marcie, Snoopy, and Woodstock head to Europe on a student exchange plan for part of their school year.

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Patricia "Peppermint Patty" Reichardt is a fictional character featured in Charles M. Schulz' comic strip Peanuts.

Freckle

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She has freckles and "mousy-blah" hair, and generally displays the characteristics of a tomboy.

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She has freckles and "mousy-blah" hair, and generally displays the characteristics of a tomboy. Peppermint Patty has chin-length hair that she descibes as "mousy-blah", most often depicted as a medium brown (though the color has sometimes appeared as orange-red or auburn, as in The Peanuts Movie (2015)), and has freckles.

Tomboy

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She has freckles and "mousy-blah" hair, and generally displays the characteristics of a tomboy.

Lucy van Pelt

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Uniquely, she refers to Charlie Brown and Lucy as "Chuck" and "Lucille", respectively.

Lesbian

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In later years, especially after lesbian groups began identifying with Peppermint Patty, Schulz downplayed the fact that the character was based on Swanson to protect her privacy.

York Peppermint Pattie

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In one interview, Schulz stated that he coined Peppermint Patty's name after noticing a dish of peppermint patties in his house and deciding the name was so good that he should use it before another artist thought of the same joke.

Vince Guaraldi

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In the specials, her theme music is Vince Guaraldi's composition "Peppermint Patty".

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Peppermint Patty has chin-length hair that she descibes as "mousy-blah", most often depicted as a medium brown (though the color has sometimes appeared as orange-red or auburn, as in The Peanuts Movie (2015)), and has freckles.