The Peanuts Movie

Trivia: This was the first "Peanuts" film since the death of its creator, Charles M. Schulz, in 2000.

Trivia: When the removal truck reverses into the driveway of the little red-head girl, the name on the rear doors is Mendelson and Meledez. It was named after Lee Mendelson who was an executive producer of the peanuts TV specials and Bill Melendez who did the voices of Snoopy and Woodstock.


Trivia: Schulz created the characters of Snoopy and Woodstock in the mid 1960s, but didn't name Woodstock until June 1970 - he had been to Woodstock festival in 1969 and acknowledged that he took the name from this. The festival's logo shows a bird perched on a guitar, similar to the way Woodstock perched on Snoopy.


Trivia: Charlie Brown inherited his name from creator Charles M Schulz, whose nickname was "Charlie." His last name "Brown" was taken from one of Schulz's co-workers at the Art Instruction Inc.


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