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Charles M. SchulzBirth Name:
Charles Monroe SchulzDate Of Birth:
November 26, 1922 (Age 77)Country Of Birth:
Saint Paul, MinnesotaDate Of Death:
February 12, 2000Cause Of Death:
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The Charles M. Schulz Award was created in his honor by the National Cartoonist Society.
When he retired from drawing the "Peanuts" strip, he died shorty after.
Was a World War II Veteran. The one time he confronted an enemy Nazi soldier, he forgot to load his gun. Fortunately for him, the other soldier surrendered.
Received an Emmy and a Peabody Award for his conception of the TV "Charlie Brown Christmas Special."
When his cartoon strip "Lil' Folks" was going to be syndicated, he wanted to keep the name as it was the name he was using. But as another strip had the same name, he couldn't. Universal Syndicated decided on "Peanuts." Schulz hated it, but agreed.
Was the most widely-syndicated cartoon strip in history until eventually "Garfield" broke the record.
His first marriage ended as Schulz had committed infidelity.
Suffered from depression and Obsessive-Compulsive-Disorder.
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