Food of the Seventies, Bozo Bubble Gum

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Rainbow colors, multi-flavored bubble gum balls sold in packages of 5 or 7 I think. Really good gum after the popular tv show.
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Rob Lambert - June 03, 2012 - Report this comment
Bozo Bubble Gum was around only a few years, in the range of 1970 to 1976. I forgot which company sold these, but I don't think it was Fleer or Adams. Might have been a smaller company like Leaf.One version had a paper header (Bozo cartoon head shown) stapled or glued to a clear plastic bag which contained the gumballs. I don't think this product made Larry Harmon, Bozo's creator and franchiser, much money. I never saw it advertised on Chicago's "Bozo" show on WGN-TV. I saw these once in Woolworth's in 1973. The bag of five gumballs was a dime.
gordon - November 12, 2012 - Report this comment
bozo gum was the best bubble gum was only around for a few years...came in a sleeve of clear plastic with Bozo Clown face on the wrapper...4 gumballs,white,purple,red,orange...once and a while you would get a rare pink one!the best gum ever no doubt...!!!
Gerry - August 20, 2013 - Report this comment
It was around in the sixties in a red box with clear plastic on the front . My grandparents had it for us all the time .
Terry - September 18, 2014 - Report this comment
only saw it in the late 70's in a bulk bucket on a liquor store counter near the register pieces wrapped in wax paper 1&1/4 inches long twisted on each end had Bozo's face on the white wrapper 2for5cents was some of the best tasting long lasting flavor never saw it again. liquor store in Brea Ca.
Max - November 03, 2014 - Report this comment
Was always my favorite bubblegum of the late 60's. It was found as a kid in Nova Scotia in a gumball machine at the local barber shop and a couple of corner stores in Greenwood. It had the words Bozo on the side. Nothing like as much as your mouth could chew as an 8 yr old.

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