Not Berry Scary – Boo Berry is the ghost and mascot of the breakfast cereal with the same name.1973 saw the introduction of his blueberry-flavored corn cereal with blue marshmallows, along with Count Chocula and Frankenberry. Eventually, General Mills produced additional monster-themed cereals, including Yummy Mummy and Fruit Brute.
- Berry is a sneaky ghost who jealously guards his breakfast cereal, but children have never feared him.
- How could you fear a ghost dressed in a bowtie and hat? Perhaps this is why General Mills redesigned him in the end.
- Even without her attire, Berry is still a friendly ghost.
- Berry’s appearance and voice were based on that of the legendary Hollywood actor Peter Lorrie, so it’s unfortunate that the original design was altered.
The actor is best known for his roles in Casablanca and The Maltese Falcon. Since 2010, similar to Count Chocula and Frankenberry, Boo Berry cereal is only available during the Halloween season. Unfortunately, these sweet cereals would taste equally delicious in the spring and summer.
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10 The Trix Bunny – The phrase “Stupid rabbit, Trix are for kids” evokes a multitude of childhood memories for many people. It is likely that whoever was eating a bowl of Twix cereal at the time had this slogan in mind. Nonetheless, the Trix Rabbit has existed since the late 1950s in a cartoon advertisement.