Here is a 1986 clip of Charles Schulz interviewed by Charles Gibson for ABC's GOOD MORNING AMERICA program on the eve of his induction into the Cartoonist Hall of Fame by the Museum of Cartoon Art. The clip says it's from "May 1987," but since Schulz is there to promote a then-new collection titled DOGS DON'T EAT DESSERT, which was the first in a series of Fawcett reprint books that began in 1985. He was inducted to the Hall of Fame in 1986. He talks about the characters and Gibson presses him about the Little Red Haired Girl & Charlie Brown. My thanks to StoopGP for posting this on YouTube. It runs just under 5 minutes.