Peanuts is a daily comic strip created and drawn by Charles M. Schulz from 1950 to 1999. After the last new Sunday strip was published in February 2000, some newspapers began reprinting older strips under the title Classic Peanuts. A strip from August 1999 mentions Fred Flintstone.
2012 MetLife commercial
A MetLife television commercial shown during the 2012 Super Bowl features Peanuts characters interacting with the following Hanna-Barbera characters:
- Atom Ant
- Quick Draw McGraw and Baba Looey
- The Jetsons
- The Great Grape Ape and Beegle Beagle
- The Banana Splits
- Wally Gator
- Cindy Bear (but not Yogi or Boo Boo)
- Huckleberry Hound
- Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy
- Top Cat
- Magilla Gorilla
- Squiddly Diddly
- Rock Slag and Gravel Slag, the Gruesome Twosome and Penelope Pitstop
- Hong Kong Phooey
- Three Hanna-Barbera voice actors provided character voices in the miniseries This Is America, Charlie Brown:
- Gregg Berger as Captain Miles Standish, Orville Wright, Mission Control in "The NASA Space Station" and Samuel in "The Smithsonian and the Presidency"
- Christina Lange as Sally Brown
- Frank Welker as Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison and a fictional version of Walter Cronkite
- Laurel Page was the voice of Lila's mother in the 1991 animated special Snoopy's Reunion.
- Elizabeth Lyn Fraser was the voice of Sally in the 1986 special Happy New Year, Charlie Brown.
- John Christian Graas was the voice of Linus in three Peanuts specials of the 1990s: It's Christmas Time Again, Charlie Brown (1992), You're in the Super Bowl, Charlie Brown (1994) and It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown! (1996).