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Parting Shot: Charles Schulz Draws Charlie Brown and Explains Why He Suffers So

In a clip from the unreleased documentary A Boy Called Charlie Brown, cartoonist Charles Schulz draws his most famous character and explains why he experiences so much misery in the Peanuts comic strip: “Charlie Brown is, I think, a little bit like everyone. We all need reassurance that some people really do like us. But I guess Charlie Brown is mostly me… When I feel low, this is when I come home and really pour it on poor old Charlie Brown. This is when he really suffers the most: when I suffer the most.” (via Laughing Squid)

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