What did the teacher from Charlie Brown used to say?
The teacher, like all adults in the Peanut's series, didn't actually talk. In the comics, you just see the children looking up at something and responding as if spoken to: "Yes sir" and "I understand" and so on. In the TV series, the teacher made an odd, comical sound instead of talking, the closest representation in typing being along the lines of "Wah wah woh wah wah". As in the comic, the viewer was meant to wonder what the adults were saying by observing the kids' reactions.
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you say it like this, our teacher has brown hair. its that simple. seriously.
Answer Charlie Brown's Teacher is Mrs. Donovan, Linus's Teacher is Miss Othmar.In Peanuts, the characters often seemed to share classes, despite their age differences, an…d sometimes Charlie Brown was in Miss Othmar's class.
Usually, when Charles M. Schultz's beloved Peanuts characters have been translated into Spanish, Charlie Brown becomes "Carlitos". (Snoopy, on the other hand, remains Snoopy.)… Charlie Brown = Carlitos Moreno.
Teacher: Wanh, wanh, wanh,wuh-wahn, wahn.
Peter Robbins, the first ever voice of Charlie Brown, invented the catchphrase during production of the Christmas special (also the first ever Peanuts cartoon) which was "AAUG…H!". Ever since then, Charles Schultz (creator of Peanuts) used the catchphrase on his comics for all of the characters.
they dont know their name
Charlie Brown's Teacher is Mrs. Donovan .
The most used insult in Charlie Brown has to be "Blockhead" or "You, blockhead!!"
None of the teachers are shown , only heard .
All adult voices are rendered as unintelligible back ground noise (and their faces are never shown).
The Cha Cha Slide. :) hand on your knees get funky with it :p
Charlie Brown = Kale Palauna