She is voiced by Francesca Capaldi who also voiced Frieda. In The Peanuts Movie , she has a much different design based on the earlier mentioned silhouette, and on the test score sheet, it is revealed her name is Heather Wold, after her name in the specials and the last name of Donna Wold, the real-life inspiration behind the character. She did not have a speaking role in either of the aforementioned specials. A third animated version of the Little Red-Haired Girl is briefly seen in the introduction sequence used in the second season of The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show , in which she again looks different from her other appearances. I Want a Dog for Christmas This article needs additional citations for verification. Happiness Is a Warm Blanket
After several failed attempts at making conversation with her on the last two days of school, she stuffs a note into Charlie Brown's hands as students rush past him to board the school bus. The girl in the drawing strongly resembles Patty not to be confused with the later character Peppermint Patty , a character who was prominent in the early days of the strip.
Little Red-Haired Girl
She is voiced by Francesca Capaldi who also voiced Frieda. It's the Great Pumpkin You're in the Super Bowl Only one known Schulz drawing aside from the aforementioned silhouette of the little red-haired girl exists. After spending nearly the entire duration of the special stressing about meeting her, he eventually musters up the courage to give her a kiss. The film marked the first time the Little Red-Haired Girl spoke in all Peanuts-related media, with Charlie Brown finally succeeding in talking to her.