Food of the Seventies, Kellogs Corn Flakes

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To whom it may concern . In the 1970's there was a film commercail that was taken with my Granpal . George Norman Nicholas . The film was made in Ellswrth Pa . Was any thing ever found on this Kellogs Comeracile John Bruce Nicholas Jr Of California Pa .
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Rob Lambert - May 09, 2012 - Report this comment
1971 and 1972 were years in which 3D baseball and football cards were inside boxes of Kellogg's Corn Flakes. Each baseball set was 75 cards, while each football set was 60. All sets very difficult to collect without spending a small fortune on cereal. The cards were made from laminated wax paper and cardboard, and would curl up very easily. I have an oldie of a TV commercial featuring Jimmy Durante, from a kinescope of "Batman (1/26/66, ABC)."
Rob Lambert - November 11, 2016 - Report this comment
From the syndicated cartoon vault: A TV commercial with Woody Woodpecker and his kids, Knothead and Splinter. Woody foils an attempt by Buzz Buzzard to swipe their Corn Flakes, along with a mail-in offer of a Woody "Knock-Knock" toy, which you'd stick to a door. This was from early 1965. In my area, the "Woody" show aired on WGN in Chicago and WISN in Milwaukee. From 1964 to 1966, Kelloggs did concurrent cross-promoting with Walter Lantz Productions along with Hanna-Barbera. Woody appeared on a few cereal brand boxes that didn't have an H-B character already on it.
Rob Lambert - February 25, 2017 - Report this comment
A visit to "Captain Kangaroo's" Treasure House for an in-studio TV commercial, which aired over CBS (3/13/67). Following the station break (model railroad with assorted Kellogg cereals shown), the captain pours a bowl of Corn Flakes with Mr. Moose, who dunks his snout in, covering it with milk. Kangaroo reminds Moose to "mind your table manners." Moose replies, "I can't help it! I can't handle a spoon!" Looking disgusted, Kangaroo introduces a cartoon with Tom Terrific and Crabby Appleton. This was from an early color show. Now, Mr. Green Jeans really had green jeans (they were gray in black & white).
Rob Lambert - June 11, 2017 - Report this comment
From the Saturday morning cartoon vault, TV commercial for Corn Flakes with a mail-in offer for Mini-Lindy (Lindberg Model Co.) vehicles, which could be assembled without glue. For 50 cents and one box top, you got two different kits. This aired on "Space Ghost" over CBS (4/22/67). After voicing the buffoonish superhero, Roger Ramjet, Gary Owens moved on to a more serious role, that of Space Ghost. Owens did not voice the 1990s Cartoon Network version ("Coast to Coast"), in which Space Ghost hosted a talk show, with his prisoner/co-host Zorack and the Wolf-like enemy. A couple notes on Lindberg, founded in 1933. This company was a low-budget rival to Hawk, AMT, Revell and the other modelers. Lindberg still exists today, under new ownership.

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