Beagle Scout Snoopy Plush Toy – Peanuts

Beagle Scout Snoopy Plush Toy – Peanuts


Beagle Scout Snoopy Plush Toy – Peanuts, Another Determined Production, 30cm Tall.

Condition: Unboxed, Fair (Could do with a clean).

1 in stock

Categories: SKU: G383


Peanuts is a syndicated daily and Sunday American comic strip written and illustrated by Charles M. Schulz. The strip’s original run extended from 1950 to 2000, continuing in reruns afterward. Peanuts is among the most popular and influential in the history of comic strips, with 17,897 strips published in all. At the time of Schulz’s death in 2000.

Peanuts focuses on a social circle of young children, where adults exist but are rarely seen or heard. The main character, Charlie Brown, is meek, nervous, and lacks self-confidence. He is unable to fly a kite, win a baseball game, or kick a football held by his irascible friend Lucy, who always pulls it away at the last instant. The comic strip has been adapted in animation and theatre.

Charlie Brown
Despite his history of conflicted loyalties, his constant disrespect for Charlie Brown, and his inability to remember his name (he refers to him as “that round-headed kid”), Snoopy has shown both love and loyalty to his owner. Charlie Brown would often get irritated at Snoopy’s flights of fancy with the comment, “Why can’t I have a normal dog like everyone else?”

In early Peanuts strips, Charlie Brown was not Snoopy’s owner (as seen in the February 2, 1951, strip), and it was not made clear who, if anyone, his actual owner was. Charlie Brown was first portrayed as being responsible for Snoopy in the strips of November 1 and 3, 1955; it was not until September 1, 1958, that Snoopy was specifically said to be Charlie Brown’s dog. (In the September 20, 1980, strip, Charlie Brown comments that he once told Snoopy to “stay” and “he never went home.”)

Snoopy frequently tries to kiss Lucy on the cheek or nose, which Lucy, who is afraid of dog germs, thoroughly hates. Despite her distaste of doggy kisses, Lucy seems to care for Snoopy.

Snoopy often tries to steal Linus’s blanket, leading to slapstick fights and wild chases, the latter of which usually involve Snoopy running up, grabbing the blanket in his mouth, then running off with Linus holding on for dear life, and finally swinging Linus and the blanket around and around in a circular motion through the air before letting go and they both fly off to who-knows-where.

Lila was Snoopy’s owner before Charlie Brown.

Peppermint Patty
Peppermint Patty often refers to Snoopy as a “funny-looking kid with a big nose”, unaware that he is a beagle.

Sally Brown
Like Lucy, Sally does not care that much for Snoopy and often calls him a stupid beagle. Sally usually complains when her big brother asks her to feed Snoopy whenever he is away from home. While she is still an infant, Sally has a friendly and playful relationship with Snoopy.

Schroeder does not mind much when Snoopy sits against his toy piano, except when Snoopy dances on top of the piano, much to Schroeder’s annoyance. He also sometimes plays with the notes coming from the piano.

Rerun van Pelt
Rerun, the youngest child character in the strip, plays with Snoopy sometimes. In some strips, Rerun and Snoopy are playing cards with each other, both of them clueless about the rules.

Woodstock is Snoopy’s best friend and sidekick. He is a small, yellow bird of indeterminate species. He speaks in a chirping language that only Snoopy and his other bird friends can understand. In return, the birds somehow understand Snoopy’s thoughts. In some strips, Snoopy can be seen telling a joke to Woodstock and both laugh so hard they end up falling off the doghouse. Woodstock sometimes sleeps on top of Snoopy’s nose.

Fifi is a major love interest of Snoopy and she appears in Life Is a Circus, Charlie Brown and The Peanuts Movie. In Life Is a Circus, Charlie Brown, Snoopy sees Fifi, a white poodle, at a circus and starts to get attracted to her. He and Fifi do a trapeze act and afterward, he runs away, taking Fifi with him. Fifi decides to go back to the circus, however, leaving Snoopy heartbroken and forced to return to Charlie Brown.


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