Introduced in 1991
This cereal was described on the box as a "naturally-fruit-flavored cereal with multi-colored sprinkles."
Company Description: Ralston was originally part of The Ralston-Purina Company which was formed in 1902. The name Ralston stems from a minor social movement in the late 19th Century called Ralstonism - created by Webster Edgerly. Followers of the movement (about 800,000) followed the motto "Regime, Activity, Light, Strength, Temperation, Oxygen and Nature" - the first letters of which spelled out "Ralston"... Read on and see all cereals from Ralston
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Title: Prince Of Thieves Box
Submitter: Mr Breakfast
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What do you think of Prince of Thieves?
Overall Average Rating = 4 (out of 5)
The pieces were shaped like arrows, if I remember correctly. It had a fruity taste but the pieces weren't fruity colors. I liked it as a kid.
Comment submitted: 9/24/2012 (#9214)
By El Whizzo (Team Breakfast Member)
And yet, the people at Safeway got all huffy when I tried to walk out of the store with a box I didn't pay for. Go figure.
Comment submitted: 9/16/2010 (#2861)
I remember having this cereal as a kid. I was born in 1988 and it was around the early 90's when Robin Hood with Kevin Costner came out. Of course they make a cereal for it and it actually turned out to be great tasting cereal. I remeber and distinct fruity flavor and I remember the red crunchy sprinkles on the cereal was like eating candy in your mouth. It was great and came with a poster too which I remember was of Kevin Costner holding a flaming arrow in his bow ready to fire. I wish someone could make a cereal tasting like it as I remember I had a cereal that came close to the flavor. It is hard to describe the taste but after all these years I still long for it. I imagine it was before all this health-craze diet foods so the cereal probably was horrible for a kid to eat but that is wha made it so good.
Comment submitted: 12/19/2009 (#1083)