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Why isn't there a cartoon about commercial product mascots? - badlands - May 30th, 2017

They have one of Trolls, Cars, Legos, Toys, and now Emojis. Why not commercial mascots like Chicken of the Sea or Cracker Jack?


Why isn't there a cartoon about commercial product mascots? - august - May 31st, 2017

It is bound to happen though....


Why isn't there a cartoon about commercial product mascots? - Michael - June 7th, 2017

I don't think those old school food companies think that way.


Why isn't there a cartoon about commercial product mascots? - Boomstick - June 7th, 2017

Count Chokula vs Cap'n Crunch--this time it's personal...


Why isn't there a cartoon about commercial product mascots? - Michael - June 21st, 2017

Actually, it has already been done.

Watch Snap, Crackle, and Pop save breakfast in 1939 cartoon from YouTube
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Snap, Crackle, and Pop save breakfast in 1939 cartoon.


Why isn't there a cartoon about commercial product mascots? - Michael - June 21st, 2017

Here is a more modern production. The quality of the animation is not as good as the 1939 movie.

Watch Snap, Crackle, and Pop do Rice Krispy treats from YouTube
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This is actually a string of Rice Krispy treat commercials.