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Cornelius

Cornelius

Kellogg's Corn Flakes
Kellogg's Honey Crunch Corn Flakes
Corn Flakes with Real Bananas (2004)
Kellogg's Choco Corn Flakes (Great Britain)
Born in 1957 or 1958, Cornelius is a green rooster with the red comb and yellow beak. He is a happy-go-lucky, confident bird who does his job right. Although he used to talk, his crowing over Kellogg's Corn Flakes now gets him out of any predicament. In Columbia he is known as "Cornelio". To our friends in Great Britain, "Choc-o-doddle-do"!

Early TV slogan: "Tall up, and up, and up and up and up --- with the tall corn taste from Kellogg's".

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Big Bird

Big Bird

Kellogg's Corn Flakes
Big Bird from the PBS children's show Sesame Street appeared on boxes of Corn Flakes.

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TopCat

Fancy and Top Cat

Kellogg's Corn Flakes
Top Cat and his Fancy appeared in commercials for Corn Flakes in 1961 and 1962.

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C3P0's

C3P0
Ewok

Kellogg's C-3P0's
Ewok
C-3P0 (1984) is a multi-lingual droid from Star Wars. The Ewok, a teddy bear-like hunter-gatherer race that lives on Endor, worshipped C-3P0. The cereal "A New (crunchy) Force At Breakfast" was composed of "twin rings phased together for two crunches in every double-O". In other words, they were shaped like the number 8.

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Tom Corbet

Tom Corbett

Kellogg's Pep
Kellogg's Corn Flakes
Kellogg's Raisin Bran
Tom Corbett, Space Cadet was a spokesman for three of Kellogg's cereals in the early 1950's.

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Superman

Superman

Kellogg's Corn Flakes
Kellogg's Pep
Superman, "The Man of Steel" from the planet Krypton, championed Corn Flakes before Cornelius. He also represented Pep (whole wheat flakes) cereal.

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Apple Jacks car

Apple Jacks Car

Kellogg's Apple Jacks
The Apple Jacks Car motored across boxes in 1969 and 1970.

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Apple Jacks Boy

Apple Jacks Kids

Kellogg's Apple Jacks
Apple Jacks Girl
The Apple Jacks Kids were stick-figures when they first appeared in 1971. They were retired from boxes for a time and have begun to reappear as the doodle-design shown.

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Apple JackSnuffles

Apple Jack

Snuffles

Kellogg's Apple Jacks
Apple Jack (1964-1969) and Snuffles the Dog (1974).
Apple Jack had the head of an apple and a small body. He sang about the goodness of Apple Jacks, which at the time actually had apple bits stuck to the cereal. "A bowl a day will keep the bullies away".
Snuffles was a Hanna-Barbera cartoon dog who begged for doggy treats and was in "doggy heaven" whenever he got one.

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CinnaMonBad Apple

CinnaMon

Bad Apple

Kellogg's Apple Jacks
According to Kellogg's "CinnaMon knows that kids love the sweet cinnamon taste of Apple Jacks. Always have, always will. That’s why, every time someone pours a bowl of Apple Jacks cereal, he sprints to the breakfast table to deliver the taste kids want. It’s CinnaMon’s life’s work, and he loves it. But there’s a Bad Apple out there who has other ideas. He thinks everything that has to do with apples is his territory. So he’ll do just about anything to try to beat CinnaMon to the bowl and get to the Apple Jacks first." CinnaMon (2004) lives on CinnaIsland. He is a laid-back islander. “It’s all good, mon.”

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Apple Jack Ghost

Apple Jacks Ghost

The Haunted Apple Jacks Manor
The Haunted Apple Jacks Manor cereal was an all-green cereal that has come in two different varieties. One featured marshmallow bones, ghosts and masks. Another featured marshmallow bats, eyeballs, and ghosts.

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big otis

Big Otis

Kellogg's OKs
Big Otis (1959/1960) is the brawny Scotsman who loved his sugar-coated oats. "I am the big oat man from Scotland. And OKs are made of oats. These new Kellogg's OKs are the biggest thing that's happen to Oats in 25 years. They are on their way to being the new favorite of kids and adults everywhere. Here's the meat of the oats in it's tenderest, tastiest form. Flavored as only Kellogg's knows how. OKs are rich in special oat protein. Aye, and OKs oats come to breakfast tasting better than you've ever imagined. They're K - E - Double L - O - Double Good!"

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OKs Clown

OK's Clown

Kellogg's OK's
This clown appeared on boxes of Kellogg's OK's in 1987.

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Yogi Yogi Bear Yogi Bear
Yogi Bear
Kellogg's Ok's
Yogi Bear
Kellogg's Corn Flakes
Yogi Bear represented Corn Flakes in 1961, and Ok's in 1959 (with Big Otis) and 1962 (by himself). The box in the middle is a parody of Big Otis. Yogi says OK's are "The meat of the oats in its tenderest, tastiest form". Yogi lives in Jellystone Park and is "smarter than the average bear".

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bubu

Boo Boo

Kellogg's Triple Snack
Boo Boo (1961) is the Hanna-Barbera cartoon bear cub which hangs around with Yogi. "Gee Yogi, what if the Park Ranger sees us?" (You get replaced on the cereal box by a blue giraffe in 1963).

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Triple Snack Giraffe

Triple Snack Giraffe

Kellogg's Triple Snack
Triple Snack Giraffe (1963-1965) was a blue giraffe. Triple Snack was made up of sugar puffed corn,sugar puffed wheat, and roasted peanuts (which settled at the bottom of the box). "If you don't like the peanuts, watch out for Triple Snack. Triple Snack will get you if you don't watch out..." "It's a cereal. It's a snack".

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Huckleberry

Huckleberry Hound

Kellogg's Frosted Sugar Stars
Huckleberry Hound (1962) is a blue Hanna-Barbera cartoon dog. Apparently he loved these sugar-toasted oats.

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pronto

Pronto the Banana

Kellogg's Corn Flakes with Instant Bananas
Pronto (1964-1966) was a fanciful banana with a straw hat. "Just add milk...presto! Real tasty banana slices".

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Billy Goat

Hill Billy Goat

Kellogg's Stars
Hill Billy Goat (get it?) appeared from 1962 to 1965. His multi-grain stars were caramel flavored.

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Bigg Mixx - Image courtesy Len & Kathy's Collectables

Bigg Mixx

Kellogg's Bigg Mixx
Bigg Mixx Cereal Box
Bigg Mixx (1990-1991) was a chicken-wolf-moose-pig. The cereal is described as being a combination of all the cereals swept up off the Kellogg's factory floor (figuratively speaking, of course).

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Pixie & DixieJinx

Pixie and Dixie

Jinx

Kellogg's Raisin Bran
(1963 to 1966) Pixie and Dixie are two mice and Jinx is the cat that repeatedly tries to catch them. They are from the Hanna-Barbera cartoons and appeared in TV commercials.

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Woody Woodpecker

Woody Woodpecker

Kellogg's Rice Krispies
Woody Woodpecker
Woody Woodpecker joined Snap! Crackle! and Pop! in some joint advertisements for Rice Krispies. "They Snap with energy, Crackle with fun, Pop up the muscles, For everyone."

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Newt the Gnu

Kellogg's Sugar Pops
Newt the Gnu (1950 to 1952) appeared in print ads but never received fame on a cereal box.

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Pops Pete

Sugar Pops Pete

Kellogg's Sugar Pops
(a.k.a Kellogg's Corn Pops)
Sugar Pops Pete (1959 to 1967), a prairie pup, first appeared in 1959. He was sheriff for a western town. His nemesis was Billy the Kidder. "Oh, the Pops are sweeter and the taste is new. They're shot with sugar, through and through. Kellogg's Sugar Corn Pops (thump thump) Sugar Pops are Tops!" He was replaced by Whippersnapper, a real lifelike whip cracking cowboy, who ran from 1968 to 1977.

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Poppy

Poppy

Kellogg's Sugar Corn Pops
Poppy the Porcupine was featured on boxes from 1980 to 1986.

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Rootin Tootin

Rootin Tootin

Kellogg's Corn Pops
Rootin Tootin (1989) was a cowboy who wore 2 corn guns and a hat that had circles cut in it for his eyes. The guns magically shoot an inexhaustible supply of corn pops out of their barrels into the breakfast bowls of people in need. He traveled with his trusty horse, Grace.

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