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Snoopy is a fictional character. He is Charlie Brown's pet Beagle in the comic book peanut by Charles M. Schulz. He can also be found in "peanut movie" and other peanut movies and TV special programs. Since its debut on October 4, 1950, Snoopy has become one of the most famous iconic figures in the cartoon, and is considered more famous than Charlie Brown in other countries. Snoopy's original painting was inspired by spike, one of Schulz's puppies.

Snoopy is a loyal, pure, imaginative and kind-hearted Beagle. He can easily imagine his fantasy life, including being a writer, a college student named "Joe Cool", a lawyer and the "flying ace" in the first World War in England. The Royal Flying team. In the last role, he is perhaps the most famous, wearing a pilot's helmet, goggles and scarf, while holding a rocker (like a typical British army officer in World War I and World War II).

Snoopy is sometimes selfish, greedy and lazy, and sometimes laughs at his master, Charlie Brown, but on the whole, he shows great love, care and loyalty to his master (even if he doesn't even remember his name and always refers to him as a "round head kid"). In the comics of the 1990s, he was obsessed with cookies.

Snoopy drives a World War I Thorpe camel fighter biplane disguised as a doghouse

All his fantasies have a similar formula: Snoopy pretends to be the usual "world famous" thing, but fails. His short stories have never been published, and his Sopwith camel has been shot down by his imaginary rival, the flying ace of Germany, "Red Baron". "In order to survive, he has to retreat into his fantasy world," Schulz said of Snoopy's role in an interview in 1997. Otherwise, he will lead a plain and miserable life. I will not envy the life they want to live. "

Snoopy imagines that he can speak, but actually he can't, except for Mo Yin, cry, y Yin and cry. He seldom talks, but usually talks to himself. His thoughts (very clearly) appear in the balloon of thoughts. In peanut animated movies and TV specials, Snoopy's thoughts are not expressed; instead, his emotions are conveyed through Mo Yin, shout, roar, sob, laughter and monosyllabic sounds (such as "bleah" or "Hey") as well as pantomime. His sound effects are usually provided by bill Melendez, who played a role in Snoopy's first appearance at Tennessee Ernie Ford. The only exception is the musical you're a good man, an animated adaptation of Charlie Brown and Snoopy!!! Snoopy's ideas are addressed in musicals by Robert Tucker and Cameron Clark. (but, with the exception of Woodstock, birds and other non-human characters, the other characters did not "hear" his conversation.)

Snoopy's Kennel goes against physical principles and is larger inside than outside. It's usually shown in side view, so you can't see the interior, except for the comic strip of May 8, 1960 in the second frame.

Snoopy appeared at the striptease show on October 4, 1950, the day after the first striptease show. A month later, on November 10, he was first called Snoopy. He was Patty's dog, but soon adopted Charlie Brown. On March 16, 1952, his thought appeared in the balloon of thought for the first time. Snoopy was first upright on his hind legs on January 9, 1956, when he skated on the frozen lake.