Charles Schulz, the creator of the cartoon strip "Peanuts" died Saturday night. He was 77 years old and had recently been diagnosed with colon cancer. He died the night before his final cartoon ran In the Sunday papers. We remember him with an excerpt of our 1990 Interview With him. (REBROADCAST from 12/18/90)
The Peanuts creator has been drawing his comic strip for more than 40 years. Schulz says he's always written for adults rather than children, and that his character each reflect a different part of personality.