Charles Schulz, 'The Complete Peanuts'

The first of a 25-volume series reprinting the entire Peanuts comic strip has just been published. We feature an interview with the creator Charles Schulz (who died in 2000) just before his final strip ran in the Sunday papers. The first of the books is The Complete Peanuts: 1950-1952 (Fantagraphics Books). (Originally broadcast on Dec. 18, 1990.)

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