What was the Aussie commercial advertising with the famous line not happy Jane?

What was the Aussie commercial advertising with the famous line not happy Jane?

Both “Not happy, Jan”, and “Not happy, John”, are common noms de plume used in short letters to newspaper editors. The commercial was featured on a 2005 episode of the Australian TV series 20 to One as one of the best Australian commercials of all time.

What is the most famous TV commercial of all time?

TV’s Most Memorable Commercials

  • 1959: The First Ever Barbie Commercial.
  • 1965: The Oscar Mayer Wiener Jingle.
  • 1970: Tootsie Roll Tootsie Roll Pop.
  • 1971: Coca-Cola “Hilltop”
  • 1971: Keep America Beautiful’s “Crying Indian”
  • 1971: Life Cereal “Three Brothers”
  • 1979: Coca-Cola “Mean Joe Greene”
  • 1984: Apple Computer “1984”

Why was Jan’s boss unhappy with her ad?

In the advert, she played an employer who discovered one of her staff members, Jan, had not placed her company in the Yellow Pages telephone directory. She yelled the line ‘Not happy, Jan!’

What is yellow page ads?

uncountable noun [oft a NOUN] Yellow Pages is a book that contains advertisements and phone numbers for businesses and organizations in a particular area, grouped according to the type of business they do.

What Is A Go Go Mobile?

Goggomobil was a series of microcars produced by Hans Glas GmbH in the Bavarian town Dingolfing between 1955 and 1969. Goggomobil.

When did they stop making the Yellow Pages?

Believe it or not, exactly 10 years ago today, on May 29, 2009, marked the official death of the yellow page directories with the bankruptcy of R.H. Donnelley, one of the largest yellow pages publishers in the U.S. with 80+ million directories circulated across the country.

What commercial jingle frequently gets stuck in your head?

SERTA SIMMONS. This is another great example where the music gets stuck in your head, not so much the lyrics. Everyone likes to sleep and many advertisements tend to utilize their branding to promote more relaxation and peace.