Food of the Seventies, Orange Quangaroos

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As I remember, it was another one of those sugared-up cereals with a unique orange flavor. i believe that it's novelty was short-lived, like so many other cereals of that era
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amy b - October 26, 2007 - Report this comment
the commercials had little kangaroos that would say very quick-like orangeorange orangeorange.
Dave R - August 30, 2008 - Report this comment
All I remember is they were from the same makers of Qwisp and Quake.
Rob Lambert - May 29, 2012 - Report this comment
Quaker Oats Orange Quangaroos tasted better than expected. The cereal was aaround less than two years; from early 1970 to mid 1971. The (Jay Ward produced) TV commercials depicted Quake, evolved from coal miner to cowboy-superhero, teaming up with Quangaroo to continue his rivalry with Quisp, as well as foil crimes involving theft. I have one of the ads, from an episode of "The Bugaloos (9/26/70, NBC)." After Quangaroo disappeared, so did Quake.
Sharry - January 26, 2014 - Report this comment
I remember sorta liking this cereal, but to me, the taste reminded me of St. Joseph's baby asprin.

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