Which brands used these commercial mascots back in the day?

Tigers and bears and birds, oh my!

Meet Bulby! He's the official mascot of this quiz. Because hopefully a light bulb will turn on above your head once you see the mascots below. These cartoon animals, aliens, men and magical creatures pitched popular brands back in the day. 

Try to match the product with the face! Good luck!
  1. Q: Which food product had this cute alien? A:
  2. What would Speedy rush to help you with?
  3. Okay, how about Speedee?
  4. The toothy Bucky Beaver pitched which product?
  5. Recognize this mermaid?
  6. Beloved TV star William Schallert voiced Milton the Toaster for which brand?
  7. Which soda is this kid pushing?
  8. What is this bunny drinking?
  9. What would Marky here eat by the spoonful?
  10. What would this fella be sellin'?
  11. How about this bygone mascot?
  12. Yipes was a colorful zebra.
  13. How about these stripes?
  14. What is Fresh Up Freddie here holding in his hand?
  15. This cartoon bear was all over TV once upon a time.

Which brands used these commercial mascots back in the day?

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ShurfieLynn 9 days ago
So I missed a few oh well some were before my time.
Natureknight 19 days ago
#13, that tiger was originally the mascot to Esso, which changed to Exxon.

DerekBird 19 days ago
You got 12 out of 15
Aced it! Bulby says, "What a strong memory you have!"
TonyClifton 19 days ago
I wasn't even thrown by one of those. I loved the commercials as a kid! 15/15
bugalito 1 month ago
8 and some of those were guesses
Snickers 2 months ago
14 out of 15. Loved my bowl of Quisp cereal while I watched Saturday morning cartoons
DerekBird 4 months ago
You got 14 out of 15
Aced it! Bulby says, "What a strong memory you have!"

Missed #15. I'd never have heard of Hamm's if it wasn't for American Pickers. That doesn't mean I remember their Bear Mascot.
bugalito DerekBird 1 month ago
"Haams pure refreshing, Haams pure refreshing, Haaaaaams" Not only a catchy jingle but some of their light up and motorized advertising bar signs were quite amazing
Peter_Falk_Fan 5 months ago
14/15 I did not know #9. I forgot all about Milton the Toaster.
DylanSelf 8 months ago
I heard about Speedy (Alka-Seltzer) on M*A*S*H
John111911Smith 8 months ago
14/15. Bulby said I aced it, but I don't deserve the credit. 🤫 Missed #3...I know, I know.
Dario 9 months ago
A PERFECT 15!!!!! 😁😁😁😁😁
dmagoon 14 months ago
Who did the animation for the Hamm's beer commercial?
dmagoon dmagoon 14 months ago
It looks a bit like Paramount Famous Studios' animation.
LynCarceo 14 months ago
10 out of 15. Only remembered ever seeing a couple, so I guessed the others.
ClayRogers 15 months ago
When the Tiger first appeared it was for ESSO. I had an old newspaper from the 40's that had him.
Dario ClayRogers 9 months ago
It became Exxon at the very beginning of 1973; in late 1972, Esso made commercials announcing the name change in '73.
Tim ClayRogers 9 months ago
Esso and Enco both.
idkwut2use 15 months ago
They're all so cute! x3 Especially the toaster.
My favorites are the Quik bunny (love the old metal containers and my bunny-shaped one) and Yikes (named my rainbow-striped Peeps bunny Fruitstripe after his great gum.)
I've had Quisp because my mom thought it might've been what I was looking for when I was trying to find/remember Hidden Treasures.
Knew #4 thanks to Grease.
idkwut2use idkwut2use 15 months ago
Oh yeah, and I have a little rubber 7-Up Dot (whom I guess followed the birdie.)
DouglasMorris 15 months ago
13/15! missed numbers 7 and 15.
Mukusthebadd1 18 months ago
Dario Mukusthebadd1 9 months ago
👍👍👍👍👍 😁😁😁😁😁
Mukusthebadd1 22 months ago
Umm, back then it was NESTLE QUIK! Or quick, I'm not 100 percent sure.
DerekBird 22 months ago
You got 14 out of 15
Aced it! Bulby says, "What a strong memory you have!". Technically #8 is wrong because it wasn't called Nesquick at that time, it was Nestle's Quick.
TijuanaSlim DerekBird 4 days ago
Quik... no "c" for trademark/copyright purposes
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