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Why or how did I forget this?

The Pink Panther Show Episode 59 - Slink Pink
I watched this video and after that I watched several other videos of this series

This is the video I liked the most.





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Oh hell, how did I forget Peanuts?

When Charles Schulz died in 2000, and new Peanuts comics ended, I felt like part of my childhood died.

Snoopy vs. the Red Baron was my favorite.



snoopy as the WWI flying ace

P.S.--don't you wish Charlie Brown had kicked the crap out of Lucy for moving the football right before he kicked it and Charlie landed flat on his butt so many times?
Charlie Brown reminds me of a certain loser on here in that scene.


I always liked this.

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Charlie Brown reminds me of a certain loser on here in that scene.

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving - Opening

Wasn't it faggot Oscar Wilde who said "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery that mediocrity can pay to greatness."




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Mine's a toss up between Snoopy and Woodstock. Love those vintage cartoons with these two.

I also still love "The Family Circus" each week. Not sure if the artist is White or (((something else))) but to this day they continue to be funny, sweet, and touching. And that's not an easy task in this day.
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Mine's a toss up between Snoopy and Woodstock. Love those vintage cartoons with these two.

I also still love "The Family Circus" each week. Not sure if the artist is White or (((something else))) but to this day they continue to be funny, sweet, and touching. And that's not an easy task in this day.
You know that Schulz' closest collaborator was a beaner cartoonist named Jose 'Bill' Melendez, he produced most of the animated Peanuts classics we remember from childhood (1960s -) and he also did the crazy vocalizations of Snoopy and Woodstock ...here he is on the right in a sound studio with the original voice actors for 'Peanuts'






Doesn't change anything for me regarding Peanuts, still love it. Which child actor is doing the voice for which character below ...(Lucy, Linus, Peppermint Patty, Charlie Brown from left to right is my guess)



The Family Circus is a cartoonist named Bil Keane from Philadelphia (Irish Catholic potato nig) who did the strip until his death in 2011. Its now produced by his son.


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Doesn't change anything for me regarding Peanuts, still love it. Which child actor is doing the voice for which character below ...(Lucy, Linus, Peppermint Patty, Charlie Brown from left to right is my guess)
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I always liked Vince Guaraldi's jazzy, feel-good Peanuts piano piece.

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1. Wile E. Coyote

2. Marvin the Martian



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I just noticed that all these girls from the mid-1960's "Charlie Brown" cartoon had short hair (either Orphan Annie short) or ultra-short hair:

Below are the girls who did the major characters in the various "Charlie Brown" cartoons, the first one being "A Charlie Brown Christmas" in 1965:



Now, here's a sixth grade elementary school class from the same year - 1965. Compare the hair length of the same age girls in this photo to the girls doing the "Charlie Brown" voices. The mystery? Why did 75% of these "Charlie Brown" girls have ultra short hair that was far from typical for that era?

 
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I just noticed that all these girls from the mid-1960's "Charlie Brown" cartoon had short hair (either Orphan Annie short) or ultra-short hair:

Below are the girls who did the major characters in the various "Charlie Brown" cartoons, the first one being "A Charlie Brown Christmas" in 1965:



Now, here's a sixth grade elementary school class from the same year - 1965. Compare the hair length of the same age girls in this photo to the girls doing the "Charlie Brown" voices. The mystery? Why did 75% of these "Charlie Brown" girls have ultra short hair that was far from typical for that era?

...most of the females in the comic strip have short hair, check out the funky costumes they are wearing these young actors are 'playing' the characters they are voicing.


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...most of the females in the comic strip have short hair, check out the funky costumes they are wearing these young actors are 'playing' the characters they are voicing.


Well, judging by the cartoon of "Lucy" superimposed over the live-actor "Lucy" the studio hairstylist must not have gotten the memorandum.
 
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I just noticed that all these girls from the mid-1960's "Charlie Brown" cartoon had short hair (either Orphan Annie short) or ultra-short hair:

Below are the girls who did the major characters in the various "Charlie Brown" cartoons, the first one being "A Charlie Brown Christmas" in 1965:



Now, here's a sixth grade elementary school class from the same year - 1965. Compare the hair length of the same age girls in this photo to the girls doing the "Charlie Brown" voices. The mystery? Why did 75% of these "Charlie Brown" girls have ultra short hair that was far from typical for that era?

That was being promoted at the time by the (((fashion industry))). Also the anorexia, which was an actual thing until the 2000s. I remember some of its victims back in prep school in the 80s. Popping uppers and living on booze. It cuts down on fertility.

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That may well be. After all, the entertainment industry is ahead of the curve when it comes to setting new trends in fashion. And the tallest girl in this photo looks like a Twiggy in the making.

 
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Well, judging by the cartoon of "Lucy" superimposed over the live-actor "Lucy" the studio hairstylist must not have gotten the memorandum.
Um, Lucy has a short hairstyle ...check again. Hair is cut way above the neckline of her garment and you can see her pencil neck from any angle.
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That was being promoted at the time by the (((fashion industry))). Also the anorexia, which was an actual thing until the 2000s. I remember some of its victims back in prep school in the 80s. Popping uppers and living on booze. It cuts down on fertility.

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Is everything with you some kind of whacky conspiracy?

Your answer is wrong because you make too many assumptions and go off on too many tangents. My answer is more correct because I simply stated that the kids were groomed the way they were because their paid gigs required it.

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Um, Lucy has a short hairstyle ...check again. Hair is cut way above the neckline of her garment and you can see her pencil neck from any angle.
Look closely at the profile of "Lucy's" hairstyle above. She has what was known in the 1960's as a "flip", a hairstyle popularized in such TV shows as "The Donna Reed Show" (Donna Reed) and "The Dick Van Dyke Show" (Mary Tyler Moore). As the accompanying photo from that era demonstrates, the hair itself is not short but has been lifted into a "flip" - as the "Lucy" cartoon illustration shows. In it's unpermed state her hair (as Reed's and Moore's) would be shoulder length, or close to it. But the child actor portraying "Lucy" has had her hair hacked very short and is nothing at all like the cartoon character she portrays.



That big glob of hair at the back of "Lucy's" head is a "flip" hairstyle very popular back in the 1960's. If that glob of hair was left unstyled, it would fall down to "Lucy's" shoulders, or close to it. Therefore, this last full-color illustration of "Lucy" is definitive proof that her hair was much longer than that of the Twiggy hairstyle the child actress portraying her has.
 
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Look closely at the profile of "Lucy's" hairstyle above. She has what was known in the 1960's as a "flip", a hairstyle popularized in such TV shows as "The Donna Reed Show" (Donna Reed) and "The Dick Van Dyke Show" (Mary Tyler Moore). As the accompanying photo from that era demonstrates, the hair itself is not short but has been lifted into a "flip" - as the "Lucy" cartoon illustration shows. In it's unpermed state her hair (as Reed's and Moore's) would be shoulder length, or close to it. But the child actor portraying "Lucy" has had her hair hacked very short and is nothing at all like the cartoon character she portrays.



That big glob of hair at the back of "Lucy's" head is a "flip" hairstyle very popular back in the 1960's. If that glob of hair was left unstyled, it would fall down to "Lucy's" shoulders, or close to it. Therefore, this last full-color illustration of "Lucy" is definitive proof that her hair was much longer than that of the Twiggy hairstyle the child actress portraying her has.
Lemme cut through the bullshit here, we are talking about a hairstyle here not unquaffed length ...the flip is a 1960s era short hairstyle











These are 60's long hairstyles







Lets do it again ....


Short (Hanoi Jane)




Long (whatshername)




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@TG: Your claim is this, no matter how one defines "short hair": i.e., that the girl on the right side of the photo (who played "Lucy") has the SAME length of hair as the cartoon character "Lucy". Not even close, as the side by side images clearly and emphatically prove beyond a shadow of a doubt. But if you wish to believe otherwise, go right ahead.
 
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