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Rowntrees Jungilees

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The advert was probably Alan Randall doing his seventies copy of of George Formby. I can only remember "Rowntrees Jungilees are new and nice to eat" from the adverts on the box. They came in a card-type box and my mum only bought them once if memory serves me correctly. Kinda like jellybabies in animal shapes then?


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Do You Remember Rowntrees Jungilees?

Do You Remember Rowntrees Jungilees?

  • Anonymous user
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    jolly jelly junglies, build them up in style, theres hippos snakes and tortoises and elephants and crocodiles............the jingle twenty pence a box. and if you collected all the boxes which were cube shaped there was an animal puzzle on the back.
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      Glad someone else remembers them everyone thought I had dreamt them it was the boxes that u collected as a kid
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        https://youtu.be/xrfnVplv45E
      • Anonymous user
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        Alan Randall. Type his name on youtube to hear his voice again.
  • Anonymous user
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    Yes they where a Christmas treat because they were really expensive. I loved them !!!!
    • Anonymous user
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      Alan Randall. Type his name on youtube to hear his voice again.
    • Anonymous user
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      Alan Randall. Type his name on youtube to hear his voice again.
  • Anonymous user
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    Rowntrees Junglies are new and nice to eat With Tortoises and elephants they're fruit flavoured jelly sweets. Gobble up a lion, or grab yourself a bear, Lots of jelly animals for everyone to share, Rowntrees Junglies are new and lots of fun.
    • Anonymous user
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      Alan Randall. Type his name on youtube to hear his voice again.
  • Anonymous user
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    'Jolly jelly junglies are new and lots of fun....' I can still hear the man singing it now! (Is it on YouTube??). The sweets were pretty boring - just jelly animals, but funny how the advert lives on in my mind..
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      Alan Randall. Type his name on youtube to hear his voice again.