A Boy Named Charlie Brown



“The Peanuts’ Gang in their First Movie !”

Charles M. Schultz’ Peanuts comic strip started in 1950 and introduced the much loved characters of Charlie Brown, Lucy, Schroeder, Linus, Pig Pen, Woodstock  and the ‘intelligent’ beagle Snoopy and at its height was read by 355 million people on 75 becoming the most syndicated comic strip ever. The popularity of the loveable characters has never wained with TV shows, merchandising revenue in excess of $1 billion and in 1969 the troop made the successful jump to the big screen with “A Boy Named Charlie Brown” which saw Charlie enter the national spelling bee contest and travel to New York. Schultz provided the story, animation and also designed and drew the film poster which is great imagery of Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the Peanuts gang.  This rare original 1969 unrestored US One Sheet movie poster presents very well and displays to excellent effect. Originally folded (as issued) this fine example represents a fantastic piece of highly collectable original movie memorabilia for a series of characters and situations that are adored worldwide and much like the more recent “The Simpsons” epitomise American culture and values.

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US One Sheet / (27" x 41") / Single Sided, NSS #70/8

Country of Origin

United States (USA)


Very Fine minus ; originally folded (as issued)


Bill Melendez


Andy Pforsich, Glenn Gilger, Pamelyn Ferdin, Peter Robbins, Sally Dryer

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