Can you remember all these former fast food mascots?

You probably have to be a Boomer to remember all these characters.

Mmm… burgers and pizza. It doesn't take much to get Americans hungry for those two favorite foods, not to mention fries, shakes, chicken and tacos. Nevertheless, fast-food chains trot out cute and clever characters to lure us in.

You probably had to live through the Seventies and Eighties to remember all of these vintage mascots. Restaurants have brought some of them back for nostalgia's sake. We can't complain. They bring back memories of ketchup and kid's meals.

How many of them can you remember?

  1. Domino's wanted you to "avoid" him.
    Image: Domino's Pizza
  2. Dairy Queen used this newspaper comic strip character for years.
    Image: Dairy Queen
  3. Before Ronald, McDonald's relied on this fellow to sell its burgers.
    Image: McDonald's
  4. McDonald's rolled out this fellow to sell its Shamrock Shakes.
    Image: McDonald's
  5. Pizza Hut had a fellow named "Pizza ______"?
    Image: Pizza Hut
  6. This Dunkin' Donuts character grumbled, "Time to make the donuts…"
    Image: Dunkin' Donuts
  7. A&W had this cute yellow dude.
    Image: A&W Restaurants, Inc.
  8. Burger King used this little fellow in the 1970s to promote its Whopper.
    Image: Burger King
  9. Kids (and parents) went to ShowBiz Pizza Place for the pie and this animatronic bear.
    Image: Showbiz Pizza
  10. Burger Chef had The Burger Chef, of course, and his young sidekick named…?
    Image: Burger Chef
  11. Hardee's used this cartoon cowboy in 1970s commercials.
    Image: Hardee's
  12. Red Barn featured this unique… creature.
    Image: Red Barn / Worthpoint

Can you remember all these former fast food mascots?

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BrentwoodJon 5 days ago
3/12 must have been east coast fast food never heard of half of them.
SashaPayneDiaz 11 days ago
5/12 Never heard of most of them......obviously! Kurger Bing?????
Mawalts 15 days ago
7/12. Wondering if the Burger King married the Dairy Queen would they live in a White Castle?
JewelsChuck 17 days ago
WHAT No White Castles!! We never had any in our area but I know it’s popular still and has a movie about it!
JewelsChuck 17 days ago
4/12...8 wrong! I didn’t pay attention to the commercials too often and most of these weren’t in our region of the country.
BobInBG78 26 days ago
"Hurry on down to Hardees...where the burgers are charcoal broiled" jingle still stuck in my head after all these years!
jimmyvici 27 days ago
5/12...what happened to Big Boy ?🤔
BrentwoodJon jimmyvici 5 days ago
Bob's Big Boy was the best!
rickim430 28 days ago
Hard to get these right. Recognize the pictures just cannot remember the name. Pretty much how I operate in work today. Know the face
RobertM 28 days ago
I remember "Kurger Bing", but I never knew his name.
Greggert 28 days ago
I can't believe I got 10-12. Probably the highlight of my day. I worked at Red Barn in PA in the late 70's.
StephenKing Greggert 19 days ago
My mom used to take me there in the late ‘70’s in the Detroit suburbs 😀
LynCarceo 29 days ago
I'm a boomer and yet I never heard of most of them. 5/12
CaptainDunsel 29 days ago
I've probably eaten more than my share of fast food over the past [mumble mumble] years. But I obviously didn't swallow the ads...
AnnieM 29 days ago
I got 6/12. I only knew of Burger Chef because of 'Mad Men'. And 'Kurger Bing'? Yikes. BK would do well to bring him back, though, as the current King is so creepy.
dmagoon AnnieM 29 days ago
The current "Burger King" could remind one a those scary clowns; also, I didn't know that the cartoon character that hawked Burger King decades ago was named "Kurger Bing".
UTZAAKE 29 days ago
1. Remember laying out one too many Domino's ads featuring this bad 1980s marketing campaign (pardon the redundancy) when I was with my university's student newspaper. Didn't help matters that Tom Monaghan owned both Domino's and the Detroit Tigers, with the latter being an AL East rival of my Orioles at the time.
Donniewheeler 29 days ago
Did anyone have Mr Quik? Bag o burgers?
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