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Saturday, November 26, 2011

Toucan Sam Cartoon Picture 3
Toucan Sam Cartoon Picture 3
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This is the famous statement that Toucan Sam shouts out as he searches for the fruit-filled cereal he loves, Kellogg’s Froot Loops. Since 1963, Toucan Sam has been the advertising mascot for Kellogg’s Froot Loops Cereal. Interestingly, in the original commercials, Toucan Sam spoke the strange language of Pig Latin, and the phrase “OOT-fray OOPS-lay” can be seen on vintage Froot Loops articles. Early on in Toucan Sam’s career, he began to speak English with the British accent we are familiar with today. Some people believe that Toucan Sam is a cartoon version of the Keel-billed Toucan. ( This funny bird has a very colorful beak, and fruit is a mainstay of its diet. This seems to fit the traits of Toucan Sam, for he has stripes of color on his beak and the ability to smell fruit from far away. Originally, Toucan Sam had a long beak with two large pink stripes, a yellow stripe, and a small black tip. He also had grey, blue and white feathers, and wore a towering hat of fruit on his head. Nowadays, Toucan Sam has blue plumage with a white belly. His fruit hat has completely disappeared, and he also has a shorter beak with a longer black tip and smaller colored stripes. The red, yellow and orange beak stripes represent the original colors of the breakfast cereal. Over the years more colored loops have been added to the cereal such as green, purple, blue, and most recently gold. There is a debate about whether each loop tastes the same, or if they have different flavors. In the television commercials, Toucan Sam is always searching for his favorite fruit-flavored cereal. His fruit-sensing nose seeks out the flavors of Froot Loops Cereal and he can find a concealed box full of Froot Loops easily. In recent years, the story lines have become more complicated, and other characters have been added. In 1994 Toucan Sam was given three baby toucan nephews, Puey, Susey, and Louis to watch over. The nephews help Sam to defeat enemies such as Dr. Peacock and the Nasty Alien Froot Monster. Presently, Toucan Sam and his nephews are involved in a quest to find the fruity treasure of Blackbeak, a pirate. Children can help with the adventure by going to Toucan Sam’s website. There is even a game kids can play for free on For collectors of Kellogg’s characters, our website has a nice selection of Toucan Sam vinyl figures, bobble head dolls, and metal signs. Check it out for more Kellogg’s collectibles and merchandise and create your own adventures with Toucan Sam and the other Kellogg’s characters!



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