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RIP Wilford Brimley, a straight-talking plain-spoken Wyo resident ex-rodeo rider, blacksmith & HowardHughes bodyguard came late 2acting (The Natural, China Syndrome, Cocoon, The Waltons, Quaker Oats) has died of diabetes/related ailments. He was 85.

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Wilford Brimley, best known for the film “Cocoon” and his Quaker Oats commercials, died at the age of 85. @joefryer  takes a look back at his career.

Wilford Brimley, the mustachioed actor who appeared on the big screen, television shows and Quaker Oats commercials, has died. He was 85.

Wilford Brimley, who appeared on the big screen, television shows, and Quaker Oats commercials, has died. He was 85.

Wilford Brimley, who appeared on the big screen, television shows, and Quaker Oats commercials, has died. He was 85.

Wilford Brimley, the mustachioed character actor best known for roles in “Cocoon,” “The Natural” and “The Firm” — as well as longtime Quaker Oats pitchman — has died at the age of 85.

For years he was pitchman for Quaker Oats and in recent years appeared in a series of diabetes spots that turned him at one point into a social media sensation

Wilford Brimley, ‘Cocoon’ actor who appeared in Quaker Oats commercials, dies at 85

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Quaker Oats is retiring the more than 130-year-old Aunt Jemima brand and logo, acknowledging its origins are based on a racial stereotype.

Quaker Oats is retiring its Aunt Jemima logo and brand after 131 years, saying it now recognizes its origins "are based on a racial stereotype." The name is allegedly based on "Old Aunt Jemima" — a song performed by minstrel performers dressed in blackface.

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Quaker Oats is retiring the more than 130-year-old Aunt Jemima brand and logo, acknowledging its origins are based on a racial stereotype.

Quaker Oats Replaces Historically Racist Aunt Jemima Mascot With Black Female Lawyer Who Enjoys Pancakes Sometimes

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JUST IN: Quaker Oats is removing the name and image of Aunt Jemima from the brand in effort "to make progress toward racial equality."

Quaker Oats is retiring the Aunt Jemima brand and logo after more than 130 years. When, and how, did this racial stereotype originate?

JUST IN: Quaker Oats is removing the name and image of Aunt Jemima from the brand in effort "to make progress toward racial equality."

Quaker Oats Replaces Historically Racist Aunt Jemima Mascot With Black Female Lawyer Who Enjoys Pancakes Sometimes

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Roundup weed killer ingredient found in Cheerios, Quaker Oats, and other cereals

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