Daily 70s Spot: Bufferin Aspirin ‘see-through bodies’ (1971)

How did they swallow aspirin tablets that large? (Bufferin commercial, 1971)

How did they swallow aspirin tablets that large? (Bufferin commercial, 1971)

“Faster to your headache. Better for your stomach.”

After all that wine and cheese in the last few Daily 70s Spots you may need something for your head. Here’s a Bufferin Aspirin commercial with see-through mannikins. This way, you know right where the little aspirin pellets go to do their work. Spot aired in April of 1971.

Daily 70s Spot #127: Bufferin Aspirin ‘See-Through Bodies’ Commercial, 1971

Previously on Daily 70s Spot: Wispride Cheddar Cheese (1975)

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2 Responses to Daily 70s Spot: Bufferin Aspirin ‘see-through bodies’ (1971)

  1. Steve H. says:

    wow, with any tablet that size in your body, your pains should disappear in about 10 seconds.