Food of the Eighties, Dr. Pepper Gum
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Another one of the liquid-filled gums of the '80s, it was purple with Dr. Pepper syrup in the center. It was pretty good, especially if you liked Dr. Pepper.
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Brandy - May 03, 2007 - Report this comment
I loved this stuff when I was little. My babysitter used to bribe me to behave with a trip to the store! The entire time I was pregnant with my first child I craved this stuff!! I wish they still made it.
Ron Lambert - May 15, 2017 - Report this comment
This gum was made by the Amurol Company in suburban Chicago, around 1982, and licensed by Dr. Pepper. Though not printed on wrapper, I suspect that the Wrigley Company had a hand. I imagine it didn't sell well because it lacked carbonation.
Rob Lambert - September 26, 2020 - Report this comment
From the Saturday daytime TV vault, a Dr. Pepper commercial with ex-Mouseketeer and pop star Donna Loren, who introduces Harmon, a cartoon caveman created by Johnny Hart (B.C. comics). This aired during "American Bandstand" on ABC (1/4/64) from Philadelphia. Dentyne gum with Dick Clark, Certs candy, Clearasil and Noxzema among other sponsors. Network promos for "McHale's Navy" and "Ben Casey." Guests were Shirley Ellis and The Trashmen. The show was a review of 1963's hits. Coinciding with WFIL-TV's move to a new building, and to accommodate Dick Clark's game show duties, "Bandstand" would soon move to Los Angeles. For several months, the Philly props and settings were used in L.A., until a permanent set was built for the fall, 1964 season.

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