On 2 October 1950, the comic strip Peanuts debuttavano for the first time on US newspapers. Fifteen years later, the film was broadcast on TV A Charlie Brown Christmas. Here is a set of stamps to mark these important anniversaries
The anniversary of the important ones: October 2, 1950 appeared for the first time in seven US newspapers (the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, the Minneapolis Tribune, The Allentown Call-Chronicle, the Bethlehem Globe-Times, Denver Post and The Seattle Times) what was to become one of the most popular comic strips in history. Yes, because to put out the 65 candles are just the characters of Peanuts.
A grand celebration for the band of Charlie Brown, Lucy and Linus, ready to invade theaters with film 3D Snoopy & Friends, to be released on November 5th. Meanwhile, to celebrate another anniversary of the group of friends, or the 50th anniversary of the TV movie A Charlie Brown Christmas, the Usps, the American postal service, he has decided to release a special series of stamps. Twenty collectibles portraying Peanuts committed between snowmen, Christmas trees and skating in the company.
With those funny expressions, those sudden changes of humor and those little fetishes that made them absolutely timeless.