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EPISODE 33: SCHULZ MUSEUM CURATOR BENJAMIN CLARK + THE CHARLIE BROWN & SNOOPY SHOW (Ep. 16)

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This month on the podcast, all of the Peanuts secrets are revealed…

Okay, not really. But we do have a conversation with Benjamin Clark, curator of the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center in Santa Rosa, California. Benjamin gives us some insight into the daily life of a curator, how exhibits are put together, and a LOT of exciting things coming up in coming years. I even asked him, as the keeper of all things Peanuts, what is REALLY inside Snoopy’s doghouse.

Want to know the answer? Tune in to this episode!

We’ve also got one of the few remaining “Charlie Brown & Snoopy Show” episodes (#16 to be specific). In this one, the Peanuts gang boldly goes where no Peanut has gone before. At least it felt that way.

We’ve also got a “Peanuts by Schulz” episode called “Nice Doggy” and another “Random Strip of the Month”.

Chew your cookies loud as you want (It’ll make sense after you listen) and tune in! Thanks!

Here’s a link to Luke Epplin’s article, “Selling Out the Newspaper Comic Strip”.

Thanks to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative commons use of his songs “Mining by Moonlight” and “Bass Walker”. 

Thanks to Henry Pope for the use of his “Linus & Lucy” remix. Find that and more of his music on Soundcloud here.

It’s a Podcast, Charlie Brown show notes, episodes, social media and more.

Atari Bytes – Hey! That’s my other show!

Please consider supporting the shown financially. Snoopy’s dog bones aren’t cheap. You can do that on Patreon here.

 

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