Schulz Studio

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This is the vanity card of the estate of Charles M. Schulz, who was the creator of the Peanuts comic strip.

(November 1, 2019- )

Logo: On a black background, we see Charles M. Schulz's signature, which consists of the word "SCHULZ" in a large, hand-written font. Below it is the text "STUDIO" in a much smaller font.

Later Variant: The logo would cut to the text "Thank you, Sparky. Always in our hearts.". "Sparky" refers to Schulz, as this was his nickname.

Other Variant: On the documentary film Who Are You, Charlie Brown?, the logo is on a white background and fades in. The above memorial text then appears after the Imagine Documentaries logo.

Technique: None. For the later variant, the logo cutting to the memorial text.

Music/Sounds: The end theme of the show.

Availability: Seen on all Peanuts-related media original to Apple TV+, such as Snoopy In Space, The Snoopy Show, Peanuts in Space: Secrets of Apollo 10, For Auld Lang Syne, It's The Small Things, Charlie Brown, To Mom (and Dad) With Love, Lucy's School, and the documentary film Who Are You, Charlie Brown?.

Legacy: The logo itself is rather simple, but the fact that the later variant has a tribute to Charles M. Schulz is kind of sweet.

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