This is an unopened, expired roll of "Kodak Kodakcolor Gold Plus (200 ISO)", with a "Develop Before" date of "02/1994".
"Kodacolor" was the name of Kodak's line of color negative print films introduced in 1942. Shortly after the release of their famous "Kodachrome" brand of color slide film in 1935; Kodak saw demand for a color print film.
Although Kodak claimed that "Kodakcolor" was the world's first true color negative film; it was actually AGFA who developed and released the first color negative film in 1939. The "Kodakcolor" line of Kodak films was discontinued in 2007.
The box features the classic Kodak yellow color with the name "Kodak" in bright red. Across the front and sides of the box is the classic Kodak Gold "Rainbow" stripe, with the words "Gold Plus" in gold on a black background. On the top of the box there is a light purple strip that says "New Improved". Also on the top, in the lower right side of the box there is an Olympics symbol with the message "The Official Film of the Olympic Games"
I have been debating for some time whether or not to shoot it... what do you think?