Snoopy honored a star on Hollywood walk of fame

Added On November 4, 2015

One of the most popular cartoon character Snoopy was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday. 

This is the 2,563rd star on the Walk of Fame in the category of motion pictures. 

Paul Feig and Craig Schulz, the producer and writer of the latest Snoopy movie, "The Peanut Movie" all came to celebrate with the beloved Snoopy.

Let's have a look.


Hundreds of fans waited in Snoopy hats and clothing along the Hollywood Boulevard to greet their favorite cartoon character. 

Snoopy's star was placed right next to the star of his creator Charles Schulz.

SOUNDBITE: STEVE MARTINO, The director of "The Peanut Movie," 

"He is so deserving. To me, Snoopy is all movie stars wrapped in one. You know, he is Joe Cool, he is the dash debonair actor, and he is a great comedian, he is like Charlie Chaplin, the pure fun, look at that."

SOUNDBITE: CRAIG SCHULZ, The Producer of "The Peanut Movie,"  

"I think it's extremely special, again, 65 years, everybody around the world knows Snoopy no matter where you go. That's the one character that everybody knows. So I think its well deserved, and people come to look at the stars, now they can find Snoopy. It will be fun for them all, right next to my dad. He got his star on mid 1990s, what could be more special."

Beloved since 1950, Snoopy is the world’s best known and accomplished beagle. He is also the first beagle to receive the coveted Walk of Fame star honor. 

Snoopy has a very busy career. 

At last count, he has worked on 45 television specials, four motion picture films, and one Saturday morning TV show. 

This year marks the 65th anniversary of the debut of the "Peanuts" comic strip. 

Peanuts creator Charles Schulz drew the most popular and influential comic strip of all time, which was read every day by 355 million people in 75 countries. 

In addition to the famous strip, Peanuts holiday television specials have won several Emmys and are among the highest rated primetime TV specials.


"I'm a big Snoppy fan, I just wrote a book about him about to come out, this is my book. I was fan of Snoopy probably since when I was 3. My mom called me Charlie Brown, so I started to investigate Peanuts a little bit early."

SOUNDBITE: STEVE MARTINO, The director of "The Peanut Movie," 

"You can expect a furry Snoopy (in the new movie), look at this, all the softness, always have his lovable warm, and his crazy self. He is gonna come to the big screen in a big funny way, with Charlie Brown, and the rest of the gangs."

Snoopy will next be seen starring in "The Peanut Movie." His friends, Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus and the rest of the beloved "Peanuts" gang will make their big-screen debut in 3D animation. 

"The peanuts movie" will be released in North America on November 6th.