Food of the Eighties, Rolos
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Creamy caramel center of milk chocolate. Roll a rolo to your friend, that was what the commercials said.
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Chris - January 17, 2010 - Report this comment
A very underrated candy, in my opinion. Ate my fair share of those in the 80s.
Rob Lambert - November 05, 2017 - Report this comment
Rolo originated in England in the late 1930s. Hershey acquired rights to name and product in 1961. From the Saturday morning cartoon vault, one of many TV ads. A dad and kids share a roll. This aired on "Kid Super Power Hour With Shazam" (Captain and Mary Marvel) over NBC (10/10/81). The hour-long show combined live action (costumed actor/teen superheroes) and (low budget) animation by Filmation. Each show had a "Shazzam" adventure. Also, the "Hero High" components. One comedy cartoon, and one where the teen heroes are crime fighters outside of school. Leader of the teen heroes was Captain California (rode flying surfboard). Others were his girlfriend, Glorious Gal. Also, Dirty Trixie (bag of dirty tricks, NOT dirty girl), Weatherman, Misty Magic (Jeri Fields), Punk Rock and egotistical Rex Ruthless. The principal of Hero High, Sampson, was shirtless but wore a necktie. In the live-action portion, comic skits and musical numbers were the rule. Toward 1990, Filmation included the "Hero High" cartoons in a syndicated block for weekday afternoon airing.

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