The cartoon character Mabel first appeared in 1954 advertising Carling Black Label Beer.
- What razor could shave “the short, close fuzz of a peach without harming its tender skin”? A Remington electric shaver could shave "the short, close fuzz of a peach without harming its tender skin", in 1954, long before Victor Kiam bought the company.
- What was the name of the man who played El Exigente in Savarin Coffee commercials in the 1960s and 1970s? The name of the man who played El Exigente in Savarin Coffee commercials in the 1960s and 1970s was Carlos Montalban, brother of actor Ricardo Montalban. Born in 1904, he died in 1991.
- Did Barbara Hershey ever change her name to “Seagull”? Yes, Barbara Hershey changed her name to "Seagull". In 1972, at age 24, she officially changed her name to Barbara Seagull. She has since gone back to using the name "Hershey."
- What movie featured the credit “Script by William Shakespeare, Additional Dialogue by Sam Taylor”? The Taming of the Shrew (1929), directed by Sam Taylor featured the credit "Script by William Shakespeare, Additional Dialogue by Sam Taylor".
- Why is an hour divided into 60 minutes and not 10 or 100 minutes? An hour divided into 60 minutes because it is based on the sexagesimal system of notation, a system based on the number 60 that predates the decimal system. It was developed about 2400…
- How long has Charles Kuralt’s “On the Road” feature appeared on “The CBS Evening News”? Charles Kuralt's "On the Road" feature has appeared on "The CBS Evening News" since October 1967.