1. Mrs Butterworths, why do you taste so good
Mrs. Butterworths maple syrup
Whole bag of Jellybeans VINE
2. Mrs. Butterworth's Exxxtra Thicc Maple Syrup
The pancakes are flat, but Mrs. Butterworth isn't.
This is a 3D parody animation of the Mrs. Butterworth's brand of maple syrup.
3. Mrs. Butterworth's (2000) Television Commercial - Strawberry Flavor Syrup
Mrs. Butterworth's (2000) Television Commercial - Strawberry Flavor Syrup
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4. 1994 Mrs. Butterworths Syrup Commercial
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Mrs. Butterworths Syrup commercial from 1994.
Uploaded for archival purposes. (VHS)
5. Mrs. Butterworth's Syrup 1979 TV commercial
Some charming stop-motion animation features in this 1979 television ad for Mrs. Butterworth's Syrup.
6. Mrs. Butterworth
This was the second commercial I was an animation director and visual effects supervisor for.
7. Is Mrs Butterworth Black or White--the answer in 60 seconds
8. Is Mrs Butterworth Black or White Mrs. Butterworth's Ethnicity Revealed
Mrs. Butterworth Black White Ethnicity History RevealedIs Mrs. Butterworth Black or White? The question is bothering the entire nation after Aunt Jemima, an American syrup company, decided to change its name and logo because its brand’s character allegedly promoted racism. Mrs. Butterworth’s is also an American brand of syrup and pancakes just like Aunt Jemima. The brand chain is owned by ConAgra Foods. Its bottles come in various sizes with one similarity and that is Mrs. Butterworth’s shape, the matronly woman is the same on all bottles. Following Aunt Jemima’s racist theory, the attention is now shifted to Mrs. Butterworth’s character. Whether it is Black or White? Is the queen of syrup African-American? We have the answer here along with Mrs. Butterworth’s entire history. Read:Tupac Shakur 2020 Birthday: Listen to 5 of His Best SongsIs Mrs. Butterworth Black or White? Mrs. Butterworth’s Black! Thelma “Butterfly” McQueen, a black African-American actress, modeled for the original Mrs. Butterworth’s bottle. She was recognized for portraying young mother “Prissy” in “Gone with the Wind” (1939). Mrs. Butterworth Black White Ethnicity History RevealedAs per the information provided by the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia situated in Ferris State University in Michigan, the mother character was displayed as an obese Black woman with her head covered with a scarf. Identical to Mrs. Butterworth’s iconic lady. Mrs. Butterworth’s History: Thelma McQueen, an African-American, was chosen to represent the brand because the company wanted to showcase that blacks were happy working under whites. To be their slaves. Earlier, few theories also conspired that Mrs. Butterworth’s actually white but the syrup, being black in color, represented the character as a black person. However, these theories were falsified later on. According to Reference.com, Mrs. Butterworth is neither black nor white. The initial animated commercials featured Mary Kay Bergman, a white voice actress and she remained the voice for Mrs. Butterworth’s character for a significant time. Read: Made in Abyss Season 2 Release DateWhat’s Mrs. Butterworth’s Real Name? Mrs. Butterworth’s real name is ‘JOY’. The secret was revealed 40 years later after Mrs. Butterworth’s products started manufacturing. Andy Reichgut, vice president of marketing at Pinnacle Foods, revealed the name through a little contest “Guess The Name” in 2009. People began asking questions about Mrs. Butterworth’s real identity after the company started televising its syrup commercials on TV in 2007.“When she made her return to TV commercials in 2007, people started to ask questions about her history – they wanted to know her name!” said Andy. The name was finally revealed in 2009 during a contest. A 15-year-old Indiana girl named Shayla Doty and a 44-year-old woman named Cynthia Harmon successfully cracked the name and both won $500 and an annual supply of Mrs. Butterworth’s syrups. What’s Next For Mrs.
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9. Mrs. Butterworth's Syrup: 1984
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10. What's the Best Syrup Brand
We've got the most popular and some lesser known, but much loved, syrups, so we can tell you what's the best syrup brand. In our lineup today is Hungry Jack, Butternut Mountain Farm, Mrs. Butterworth's, Aunt Jemima, Log Cabin and Kirkland 100% Maple Syrup.
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11. Mrs. Butterworth's 2000's commercial- 'How to Speak Syrup book'
Found on a post of an montage of a poster. This would be when old Kids' WB! was on. It is less memorable than the "Old Man Baby" commercial, but putting this as the commercial that we forget. If one searches it, this will be the one where you will speak "GLUG!" (or "GUH!") to Mrs. Butterworth's if she's able to speak to you... Keep in mind of the three flavors that you'd butter believe existed...
12. A Message From Mrs. Butterworth
Until this moment, the breakfast icon had been too busy to address questions about her race. #UncleBen #AuntJemima #MrsButterworth
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13. Retro Commercial - Mrs. Butterworth
A Mrs. Butterworth syrup commercial from the mid-80's.
14. Mrs. Butterworth's packaging to change
Colgate, Cream of Wheat and Mrs. Butterworth are the latest brands reckoning with racially charged logos.
15. Mrs. Butterworth is a temptress