Five Alive (currently stylized as 5 alive) is a line of fruit juice blends created by Minute Maid, a sub brand of The Coca-Cola Company. The name refers to the five fruit juices each variety contains. Five Alive’s slogan is currently “Feel Alive!”, and has the tag-line of “Come alive with 5 Alive” in the UK, and “Five Alive is a refreshing citrus beverage for families that contains the juice of five citrus fruits you can enjoy all day long” in the USA. Click here to watch a commercial from 1982 »
Classic pull-back cars from the 80s. They have a slot on their rear bumper which can hold a penny. This allows them to do wheelies and other tricks. They were rereleased in the early 90s under the label Turbo Tricksters. Click here to watch a commercial »
Muzzy in Gondoland (often shortened to simply Muzzy) is an animated film first created by the BBC in 1986 as a way of teaching English as a second language. Sometime afterwards, Early Advantage acquired the rights to Muzzy and translated it into Spanish, French, German, and Italian in order to teach these languages as seconds. The English version of Muzzy features the voices of Willie Rushton, Miriam Margolyes, Susan Sheridan, Derek Griffiths, Jack May and Benjamin Whitrow. It is unknown, however, who plays whom in the various dubbed versions of the film.
A sequel, Muzzy Comes Back was released in 1989. Click here to watch the commercial that I know you will recognize »
The product, first introduced in 1983 by the Cac Industries, Inc. company, is a compressed foam not unlike shaving cream for bathtime. It comes in 6 colors (pink, yellow, blue, green, orange, purple), each with a different animal on the can. Recent variations have lost the animals in favor of cartoon kids on the can, however. In fact, the can designs have changed several times over the years, as has the formula slightly. But, fear not, anyone who remembers the Funny Color Foam in the ’80s won’t know the difference in the change of formula in today’s.
Handi-Snacks are a snack food product line sold by Kraft Foods. The common two-compartment Handi-Snack has a small spread compartment and a larger compartment for cracker; a red plastic spreader is included with crackers.
Handi-Snacks were released by Nabisco in the mid 1980s and started with a cheese and cracker combination. These products were intended for consumption by grade-school students with their lunches. Nabisco tried peanut butter Handi-Snacks with crackers but later discontinued that product. With the acquisition of Nabisco by Philip Morris (now Altria Group), the products are now sold under the Kraft brand. Click here to watch a commercial from 1996 »
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