Three words: riboflavin, riboflavin, riboflavin! Comment posted by Tuberman67 on Monday, September 7th 2009 at 4:11pm.
Is the voice over done by Allen Swift? Comment posted by dth1971 on Wednesday, September 9th 2009 at 10:08pm.
Hmmmm so they made a cereal that was EXACTLY like their other cereal Kix? Who was the marketing genius behind this Comment posted by owenrock on Thursday, September 10th 2009 at 6:22am.
It was sweeter than Kix and had a golden box for the maple flavor and this green one for the fruity Trix-tasting kind.
This was way before they came out with Honey Kix and Berry Berry Kix, so I guess they were experimenting with the marketing. Soon after this they realized that cereals marketed as healthy actually had to be healthy and not brown Trix in a box with kids exercising on it. Comment posted by AbeFroman on Thursday, September 10th 2009 at 11:34am.
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I found this on YouTube as a Sesame Street clip. Check out the comments though because someone named Paul Kyriazi claims to have directed it for Sesame Street and said that Mark Krigbaum produced and edited it and Roy Cox photographed it on 16mm film. The link is:
OK - now having actually watched the clip again, I know what's going on here. I forgot where this clip originated but it wasn't with me. It is a clip from the 1982 Emmys, but it was shown during a segment of Steve Dahl's It's Too Early show. (the slide at the end is going back into the show (or perhaps to a commercial break), where you can hear the in-studio band noodling) Perhaps he showed this clip in anticipation of the 1983 Emmy Awards - not sure.