I need more information, this is before my time. Did this dispense an iron vitamin?If you were elementary school age, or thereabouts, in the mid/late 1960's (maybe even before that) in some parts of US, chances are you met this "guy" at school or at your pediatrician.
(this was a way to address iron deficiencies in youngsters -- delivery in a toy kinda thing, and it tasted good too).
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Yes I believe.I need more information, this is before my time. Did this dispense an iron vitamin?
Yes I believe.
Incremin was/still is? as brand to provide iron supplements to kids (at least) in the '60's. I don't recall it before that as I was not school-age until the mid 60's.
I think "Geritol" was big with older folks (my parents and older) back then.
The little "iron worker" design in brown plastic, yellow "hard hat" was the bottle cap, had a tasty red, cherry "syrup" in it. funny little character to appeal to youngsters I guess.
Never saw it/needed it/it was replaced by multivitamins? after ca. 1970.
I kindasorta remember complaining about the adverts when I was a kid. Nothing interesting like car commercials. (I understand that in the late Fifties he was sponsored by Dodge. Until the Dodge Boys went in a laughably incompatible direction: “Join the Dodge Rebellion!”)
Wife and I watch almost every night, in our early 60's, Dad.