Soup Twins - Premiering in 1957, the Andersen Soup Company released a B/W
animated film featuring non-identical soup twins called Happy & Pee-Wee (the
large one) who
greeted the audience with a friendly "Hiya, soup fans everywhere." The twin's
voices were provided by those zany radio comedians Bob Elliot and Ray Goulding,
who also did the voices for the classic Piels Brothers commercials.
for the TV spots was designed by Paul Kim. The campaign was handled by the
Fletcher Richards, Calkins and Holden Agency. See also - "The
Campbell Soup Kids"
an Andersen Soup Commercial
||Robert P. Soup Andersen, and
here with me are the non-identical soup twins, Happy and Pee
|H & P:
||Hiya, soup fans everywhere.
||The gentlemen here are going
to demonstrate how we split peas for our soup rather than
crush them and lose their flavor. Notice the intricate
machinery. [observing the process - an alarm goes off]. I
thought so...that one was a dud.
|H & P:
|| That's right...an
||Now unlike some soup
manufacturers we're not much interested in how many cans we
can crank out every minute but more in how good our soup
is. In fact, when my friends say
to me Robert P. Soup Andersen, how come no one else can
make canned soups with real delicious homemade flavor, I
tell them it's because of a secret ingredient in every can. That
ingredient is time. It's in my delicious Split Pea, Beef-Burger, Cream of Chicken or Old-Fashioned Bean Soup.
|H & P:
||Try some today. Today. A week
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