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Charles Schulz Grows Older While His Characters Never Age

"Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz. CBS will broadcast the classic Peanut's cartoon "A Charlie Brown Christmas" December 19, 1996. The show has been an annual tradition at CBS since 1965. Also, An exhibit featuring the "cels" or cartoon drawings of Peanuts is showing in New York this month at the Museum of Television and Radio. The exhibit moves to the Museum's Los Angeles facility next month. This interview originally aired 12/18/90.

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Other segments from the episode on December 6, 1996

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, December 6, 1996: Interview with Robert Kimball; Interview with Charles Schulz; Review of the television show "Samson and Delilah."

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