“Lucky Charms” Will Never Be The Same….(sniff)


In case you missed it, Arthur Anderson, the voice of the Lucky Charms leprechaun for over 30 years, passed away this week at the age of 93. AND, considering his advanced age, one can naturally assume that, as the voice of that leprechaun, he obviously can attribute his longevity to eating Lucky Charms.

My guess anyhow.

So, as a person who has consumed Lucky Charms for many years, much to the dismay of my other half, I thought I’d pay a tribute to Arthur by giving you some of the great cartoons associated with Lucky Charms cereal and that leprechaun.


The horror movie, “The Lucky the Leprechaun Cereal Massacre”



How most men react when their wives attempt to take their Lucky Charms




And, if you’ve ever wondered what happens when a leprechaun drinks too much Irish whiskey and gets sick…welllllllllllucky6


More Unlucky Charms



What happens when your cat gets to the Lucky Charms leprechaun first

'It's not easy being green.'

As Kermit the frog will also attest to


Anderson said that he never got any free cereal but that he did get a lot of green money. He also was the voice of Ducky Drake, the Drake’s Cakes mascot.

So, if you too love Lucky Charms, perhaps a toast to Arthur as you sit down and enjoy those Lucky Charms.

Arthur Anderson, the voice of the Lucky Charms leprechaun

Arthur Anderson, the voice of the Lucky Charms leprechaun

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