Food of the Seventies

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Good N' Fruity, Comment by Rob Lambert on February 21, 2018 - Report this comment
There was an early Good N Fruity TV spot with Choo Choo Charlie from 1970, with Dick Beals doing the voice. Paul brought up excellent points in the Good N Plenty blog. Found out that Beals was like Gary Coleman and Billy Barty: His body didn't grow normally as he aged. Beals lived from 1927 to 2012. Even into his 70s, he was voicing boy characters. He worked on "Davey & Goliath" (Clokey/Lutheran TV) until 1964. Beals also voiced Ernie, a cartoon boy who pitched US Savings Bonds in Ad Council PSA's. He carried a $75 Kennedy bond in a 1965 spot. Beals also worked on cartoon shows like "Birdman" and "Frankenstein Jr."
Toastettes, Comment by Dee on February 21, 2018 - Report this comment
Apple was my favorite. You would think after all these years, Kraft/Nabisco would bring them back to a few stores or even online for purchase.
Keebler's German Chocolate Cookies, Comment by Baby on February 21, 2018 - Report this comment
I am from Claypool AZ. I bought these German Chocolate Cookies from Safeway. One day I went to buy them and they were GONE. I am surprised other people remember them. They were the best. I wish these companies would bring these back. They keep making the worst cookies. 02.21.2018
Good-n-Plenty, Comment by Rob Lambert on February 21, 2018 - Report this comment
Paul: Remember the "Roger Ramjet" cartoons from 1965? Dick Beals voiced two of the American Eagle kids, Dan and Yank, who assisted Roger (Gary Owens) in fighting baddies like Noodles Romanoff and the Solenoid Robots (Dave Ketchum, who also narrated each episode).
Good-n-Plenty, Comment by Paul D on February 20, 2018 - Report this comment
I see the posts here are somewhat old . The voice of Choo Choo Charlie was Dick Beals Dick voiced Speedy, Davey[Davey And Goliath]
Pepchew , Comment by Sid on February 20, 2018 - Report this comment
Kathleen, you and thousands of other Pepchew addicts had the same thought.
Puffa Puffa Rice, Comment by Rob Lambert on February 20, 2018 - Report this comment
On the Chicago scene: Found TV commercial block for Kellogg's. First, Sugar Pops with the whip-cracking cowboy. Second, Puffa Puffa rice with natives rowing Hawaiian canoe and hula girls. This aired on "Bozo's Circus" over WGN in March, 1968. Original cast of Bob Bell (Bozo), Ray Rayner (Oliver), Don Sandburg as Sandy the Tramp and ringmaster Ned Locke. Grand Prize Game and a Bozo cartoon shown within the hour (a noon CT telecast.
Hostess Ho-Ho's, Comment by Rob Lambert on February 20, 2018 - Report this comment
Peanut Butter cream Ho Ho's sold on a test market basis in 1973. Many compared this with the Reese's Cups. The new Hostess company brought these back recently. Continental first introduced original Ho Ho's in 1969, competing with Little Debbie Swiss Rolls.
Hostess Ho-Ho's, Comment by Gwen on February 20, 2018 - Report this comment
Does anybody remember the peanut butter ho ho's? I vaguely recall them being available for a limited time in the late 60's/early 70's.
Corn Suckers, Comment by D Hall on February 20, 2018 - Report this comment
I was a little kid, it was the mid 60's. I remember regularly walking with friends to Cut Rate Grocery on the corner of West 9th St & Hwy 6 in Hearne Tx and buying a Blackburn All Day Corn Sucker for a nickle. The grape ones were the best.
Camp Steaks, Comment by Julie on February 19, 2018 - Report this comment
Iā€™m in Las Vegas and would be willing to go in on a case with someone! My email is juliecooke0213@yahoo.com. Email me and we can set something up šŸ˜
Druthers Restaurant, Comment by Cody on February 18, 2018 - Report this comment
I live in Campbellsville, KY. And I believe it's the last one. They are busy when they're open. And boy there food is good. People come from miles to come to the druther's here. They even open at 2:30AM in the morning, but they close around 7-8PM.
Ozark BBQ Potato Chips, Comment by Mary on February 18, 2018 - Report this comment
Chesty (Ozark Hillbilly) Barbecue Potato Chips were the best of all time! Haven't found one that we liked as well since. I read on this page someone said another chip company should unearth the recipe and make them. I agree! Would be nice to have them back on the market!!!!! My brother use to eat them while watching Creature Feature :) Most times "Original is Better" The quality of a lot of things have gone down hill over the years...what happened to "if it ain't broke don't fix it?:)


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