Food of the Seventies, Cap'n Crunch Cinnamon Crunch Cereal

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this cereal had a picture of a barefoot pirate on it named what else?...lafitte! it was a very tasty cereal.
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Diane - March 27, 2009 - Report this comment
This was my favorite cearal to eat right out of the box!
Diane - March 27, 2009 - Report this comment
Kay - July 07, 2009 - Report this comment
I so loved these!! I totally miss them! Sigh!
Betsy - August 06, 2010 - Report this comment
Loved that cereal!
Rob Lambert - December 19, 2016 - Report this comment
From the Saturday morning cartoon vault: TV commercial introducing Cinnamon Crunch featuring Jean LaFoote, the pirate. Cap'n Crunch and crew are held hostage aboard their ship by LaFoote, who forces the captain to eat some...Crunch likes it, and he and crew are set free. This aired on ABC's "Saturday Superstar Movie" (6/25/73).
Rob Lambert - April 27, 2018 - Report this comment
From the Saturday morning cartoon vault, pirate Jean LeFoote threatens to blow up the Guppy's entire cargo of Cinnamon Crunch over naming rights. Cap'n crunch tries diplomacy, but LeFoote lights the firecracker, blowing it up on himself instead of the cargo. This aired on "My Favorite Martians" over CBS (10/6/73). The show was a belated, animated sequel to the Ray Walston-Bill Bixby sitcom (neither actor was available, nor wanted to, voice the characters). Jonathon Harris voiced Martin. Howard Morris voiced Andy (Martin's nephew), Tim, Detective Brennan and others. Jane Webb and Lane Scheimer (wife of producer Lou Scheimer) handled the female roles. Also of note, Walter Tetley, voice of Sherman (Peabody), also did Dave, a member of Cap'n Crunch's crew, until his death in 1975.
Rob Lambert - June 11, 2018 - Report this comment
From the Saturday morning cartoon vault, Jean LeFoote tries a night-time stealth approach to swiping the cargo of Cinnamon Crunch, but Sea Dog and the kids thwart him without waking up Cap'n crunch. This aired on "Saturday Superstar Movie" over ABC (9/8/73). The second season opener featured an animated "Lost In Space" adventure, minus the original Robinson family. Only Dr. Smith (Jonathon Harris) is the only character adapted from the CBS series. The Robot looks the same, but is not voiced by Bob May. The Jupiter 2's commander is named Robinson, but much younger than original John. His kid brother tags along, and the other passenger is a young woman, Dena (voiced by Sherry Alberoni), a geologist who assists the crew in helping an uncharted planet (inhabited by robotic aliens) fight pollution, while greedy Dr. Smith tries to help himself to diamonds mined on the planet. Other commercials include Nestle Quik, regular Cap'n Crunch,, BIC Banana marking pens, Malibu Barbie, GI Joe and Honey Comb cereal Network promo for "Mission: Magic." Debut of "Multiplication Rock" for Nabisco.

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