Cereal of the Eighties Index

The cereal in this section are not STRICTLY 80s only cereal. We have cereal that were widely available for purchase DURING the 80s. This section was recently redesigned, so if you have any problems please let ChuckyG know.

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Apple Jacks, Comment by Rob Lambert on May 21, 2017 - Report this comment
From the Saturday morning cartoon vault: TV commercial block for Kellogg's, which aired on the "Harlem Globetrotters" over CBS (1/30/71). First, for Apple Jacks, with the apple-shaped car on box. Second, For Froot Loops with Toucan Sam helping a monkey family find their son, followed by an offer for Josie and Pussycat records. There were four in all, each was 35 cents and two box tops from Froot Loops or Frosted Flakes. Records were by Capitol, which pressed a full album late in 1970, Cheryl Ladd was part of this. These were decent-quality, two-sided 45RPM discs. Unfortunately, they had no protective sleeves, only the mailers they were shipped in. All songs were used in the "Josie" cartoon series. The Capitol LP had limited pressing, and is now worth over $200.
Sugar Pops, Comment by Rob Lambert on May 21, 2017 - Report this comment
From the Saturday morning cartoon vault: A two-cereal TV spot featuring cartoon Josie (of the Pussycats) entitled Groovy Gifts. Inside Sugar Pops (cowboy with whip on box), one of five pencil erasers. Alexander, Alan and three pussycats. Also, Sugar Smacks (American Indian on box) had one of six plastic cereal spoons. The five main characters, plus Sebastian the cat. This aired on the "Bugs Bunny-Road Runner Hour" over CBS (2/27/71). Born, I believe, in the mid-1920s, voice actress Janet Waldo was great at doing teenage characters, like Josie and Judy Jetson. Sherry Alberoni was also great as the cynical Alexandra, who's likeness was on neither of these premiums. When new "Jetsons" episodes were made in 1985, Waldo still sounded teeny.


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