Anacin

Anacin trade name for (Caffeine 30 MG+Aspirin 400 MG) is a pain medication used in the treatment of Headache, and Toothache, originally developed by The Anacin Company.wikipedia
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Wyeth

American Home ProductsWyeth PharmaceuticalsA.H. Robins
Since 1930 it is being manufactured by Wyeth, now Pfizer.
In 1930, Wyeth purchased Anacin, a product for tension headaches which quickly became the company's flagship product.

Prestige Brands

Prestige Brands Holdings IncPrestige Brands HoldingsPrestige Brands International
It is marketed by Insight Pharma, Pfizer-India, and Prestige Brands in some countries.
Anacin

Mary Kay and Johnny

Mary Kay Jones and Johnny StearnsThe Mary Kay and Johnny Show
Anacin sponsored the first made-for-television sitcom, Mary Kay and Johnny.
At a time when there were no TV ratings (the A.C. Nielsen Company would not begin measuring TV ratings until 1950), Anacin decided to take a chance and sponsor the show.

Rosser Reeves

Anacin is one of the earliest and best examples of a concerted television marketing campaign, created for them in the late 1950s by Rosser Reeves of the Ted Bates ad agency.
His most typical ad is probably that for Anacin, a headache medicine.

Anadin

Anna Dinheadache remedy
* Anadin, an Anacin brand sold in the United Kingdom, launched in 1932.
Anadin is a brand of painkiller sold in the UK and Ireland, launched in 1932, originally by American pharmaceutical company Anacin and currently by Pfizer.

Trade name

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Anacin trade name for (Caffeine 30 MG+Aspirin 400 MG) is a pain medication used in the treatment of Headache, and Toothache, originally developed by The Anacin Company.

Headache

headacheschronic headacheheadach
Anacin trade name for (Caffeine 30 MG+Aspirin 400 MG) is a pain medication used in the treatment of Headache, and Toothache, originally developed by The Anacin Company.

Toothache

paindental paintoothaches
Anacin trade name for (Caffeine 30 MG+Aspirin 400 MG) is a pain medication used in the treatment of Headache, and Toothache, originally developed by The Anacin Company.

Pfizer

Pfizer Inc.Warner-LambertPfizer Inc
Since 1930 it is being manufactured by Wyeth, now Pfizer.

Bayer

Bayer AGBayer CropScienceBayer Pharmaceuticals
Anacin's mascot at the time was Ana Anacin, who was found in a number of ads for this product by Bayer.

Chicago

Chicago, IllinoisChicago, ILCity of Chicago
It was originally sold by The Anacin Co. ("Pharmaceutical Chemists") in Chicago, Illinois.

Our Gal Sunday

Our Gal, Sunday
In 1939, Anacin sponsored a daytime serial called Our Gal Sunday.

Sitcom

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Anacin sponsored the first made-for-television sitcom, Mary Kay and Johnny.

Love of Life

Jeff HartMegMeg Dale
Anacin was also a leading sponsor of the television soaps Love of Life, The Secret Storm and the early years of The Young and the Restless.

The Secret Storm

Secret StormSusantemporarily replaced on the show by her visibly drunk mother
Anacin was also a leading sponsor of the television soaps Love of Life, The Secret Storm and the early years of The Young and the Restless.

The Young and the Restless

Genoa CityGenoa City, WisconsinYoung and the Restless
Anacin was also a leading sponsor of the television soaps Love of Life, The Secret Storm and the early years of The Young and the Restless.

Ted Bates (executive)

Ted BatesBatesBates Worldwide
Anacin is one of the earliest and best examples of a concerted television marketing campaign, created for them in the late 1950s by Rosser Reeves of the Ted Bates ad agency.

Allan Sherman

Another commercial had a wife greeting her husband as he pulled into their driveway in his car; the husband responded by yelling "Helen, can't you keep Billy's bike out of the driveway?!?" These advertisement scenarios became popular and were parodied a number of times, including in the Allan Sherman song "Headaches", the 1966 film The Silencers and the 1980 film Airplane.

The Silencers (film)

The Silencersthe first Matt Helm novel adapted as a filmThe Silencers'' (film)
Another commercial had a wife greeting her husband as he pulled into their driveway in his car; the husband responded by yelling "Helen, can't you keep Billy's bike out of the driveway?!?" These advertisement scenarios became popular and were parodied a number of times, including in the Allan Sherman song "Headaches", the 1966 film The Silencers and the 1980 film Airplane.

Airplane!

AirplaneAirplane!'': The "Don't Call Me Shirley" EditionAirport
Another commercial had a wife greeting her husband as he pulled into their driveway in his car; the husband responded by yelling "Helen, can't you keep Billy's bike out of the driveway?!?" These advertisement scenarios became popular and were parodied a number of times, including in the Allan Sherman song "Headaches", the 1966 film The Silencers and the 1980 film Airplane.

Yankee Stadium (1923)

Yankee StadiumYankee Stadium (I)old Yankee Stadium
Anacin had a large advertisement behind the center field fence of Yankee Stadium from the 1950s through 1973, until the stadium's 1974-75 renovation.

CBS

Columbia Broadcasting SystemCBS TelevisionCBS-TV
At CBS, Just Plain Bill brought human insight and Anacin pain reliever into households; Your Family and Mine came courtesy of Sealtest Dairy products; Bachelor's Children first hawked Old Dutch Cleanser, then Wonder Bread; Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories was sponsored by Spry Vegetable Shortening.

Just Plain Bill

The series was sponsored by Anacin for 18 of the program's 23-year run.

Milton H. Biow

It quickly grew to become one of the largest advertising agencies in the United States topping $50 million in revenues at its highest winning major accounts such as Anacin, Pepsi‐Cola, Eversharp, Ruppert beer, Schenley whisky and Lady Esther cosmetics.

Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons

The sponsors included Whitehall Pharmacal (as in Anacin, Kolynos Toothpaste, BiSoDol antacid mints, Hill's cold tablets and Heet liniment), Dentyne, Aerowax, RCA Victor and Chesterfield cigarettes.