Yes. Charles Schultz wanted a characterSnoopy on the naughty list and i regret nothing Christmas sweater for Charlie Brown to bounce off of and was reminded of a vivacious, omnivorous black and white dog he had as a teenager (and drew often) called Spike. The name Spike was later recycled for Snoopy’s brother (Schultz owned him while he was living in Needles, so he made Needles Spike’s hometown. The character was originally going to be called Sniffy, but that name was already in use by another comics character. I would say yes (I hope so). It is something of a tradition. Though there are a lot of comic strips and a recent movie, to me nothing is more endearing than It’s “Christmas Charlie Brown” and “It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown”. Before the media landscape was so varied, it was a must-see every Halloween and Christmas on one of the three channels at the time. Much like “It’s A Wonderful Life”, it was a tradition to watch those shows when it aired. Snoopy may be dated, and simple by today’s standards, but I think it will live on.
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Snoopy was a beagle because Schulz thought BSnoopy on the naughty list and i regret nothing Christmas sweater words were funny. That’s why Schroeder loves Beethoven so much instead of Handel or Mozart. Funny words are just as important as funny drawing in comics, and Schulz was always very careful with his word choices. His childhood dog, Spike, was a pointer mix of some kind, not a beagle. Spike, however, was the subject of Schulz’s first published drawing, appearing in Ripley’s Believe It Or Not on February 22, 1937, and was absolutely an early inspiration for Snoopy. “I patterned Snoopy in appearance after a dog I had when I was about 13 years old. His name was Spike …”, Schulz said in an interview.