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Snoopy and Woodstock (Peanuts)

A cult image

Snoopy is represented here in his most common and famous posture, lying on his back on the roof of his kennel. He is a white beagle with a black nose and floppy ears. The kennel is red with black lines and the name Snoopy written above the door. It is placed on a base of grass and green leaves. Woodstock is at the entrance of the doghouse. It is a small yellow bird with ruffled feathers on the top of the head and a long tail.

The most famous beagle

Snoopy is one of the main characters of the Peanuts comic strip first published in the 50s. He is an anthropomorphic beagle often considered more popular and famous than Charlie Brown, his owner. He’s a kind and loyal dog but a bit lazy, but he’s best known for his tendency to imagine himself in a whole host of situations as a student, a World War I pilot, and, most often, a fiction writer whose novels never get published. In each case, his characters are renowned figures in their field and he also invents enemies with histories as detailed as his own heroes. From the 1960s onwards, he was accompanied by a little bird named Woodstock who became his partner and assistant. Before him, Snoopy had already interacted with other birds who used his kennel during migration or to build their nest, but this was the first time a bird attached itself to him like that.


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