Take with us, if you will, a stroll down memory lane.

Nothing complemented your Saturday morning cartoons better than a ridiculously awesome commercial for Trix, Fruity Pebbles or Cookie Crisp. Remember those TV spots?

We're here to help jog your memory with 15 of our favorite old-timey cereal ads. Which did you like best?

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  • Rice Krispies (1950s)

    Snack, Crack and Pop have been around for quite awhile. Who knew they could groove so well?

  • Cheerios (1950s to 1960s)

    The Cheerios Kid was one of the cereal's first advertising concepts.

  • Cap'n Crunch (1960s)

    Pretty amazing how little has changed about the Cap'n in about five decades. Cap'n Crunch to the rescue!

  • Count Chocula (1970s)

    Ah, Count Chocula. You remind us of a simpler time in vampire history.

  • Life Cereal (1972)

    Remember Mikey? Cutest cereal mascot ever, and he's not even a cartoon. This spot was on TV for more than 12 years, making it one of the longest running commercials in history.

  • Frosted Flakes (1980s)

    Something about this advertisement seems a bit misleading, no?

  • Ghost Busters Cereal (1985 to 1990)

    Who can forget the eternal lyrics, "Marshmallow ghosts, fruit flavored O's. Ghostbusters tastes great with milk and juice and toast!"

  • Total (1989)

    Man, that lady has a lot of cereal. Seriously, why does she have so much cereal?

  • Fruit Loops (1990s)

    It's like an Indiana Jones movie with cereal!

  • Trix (1991)

    How come the rabbit never got to have any cereal? Why is everyone in the Trix universe so mean?

  • Wheaties (1991)

    Michael Jordan and Wheaties. Cereal was never the same.

  • Cocoa Puffs (1992)

    Aw, look at little Joseph Gordon-Levitt go coo-coo for cocoa puffs.

  • Fruity Pebbles (1992)

    Because who doesn't love a rapping Fred and Barney?

  • Cookie Crisp (1993)

    The law prevails yet again! Also, word of caution to burglars: Don't freaking steal from policemen. It never ends well.

  • Golden Crisp (1993)

    Golden Crisp and giant murder are a perfect pairing, apparently.