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Trying to find funny arthritis commercial

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# 1 18 years ago

Can anyone help me find this commercial? Its for osteo-biflex, an OTC arthritis medicaion. The ad features Frankenstein telling how he no longer has joint stiffness and shows him gardening and doing yoga. it is hilarious. thanks!
# 2 18 years ago


> Can anyone help me find this commercial? Its for osteo-biflex, an OTC arthritis medicaion. The ad features Frankenstein telling how he no longer has joint stiffness and shows him gardening and doing yoga. it is hilarious. thanks!
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It's on their website, currently (May 19, 2003) at http://www.osteobiflex.com/pages/what_adv_comm.aspx
Very funny stuff!!!
# 3 18 years ago

hey i found this site that plays the commercial
http://www.osteobiflex.com/media/tv_add/TVadd.mov
# 4 18 years ago

Rhia
> Can anyone help me find this commercial? Its for osteo-biflex, an
> OTC arthritis medicaion. The ad features Frankenstein telling how
> he no longer has joint stiffness and shows him gardening and
> doing yoga. it is hilarious. thanks!
I see it regularly on the Weather Channel. What I'm trying to find out
is the name of the actor who plays the Frankenstein character.


# 5 18 years ago

Captain Jackalope
http://www.osteobiflex.com/pages/what_adv_comm_q.aspx

# 6 18 years ago

http://www.osteobiflex.com/media/tv_add/TVadd.mov
...although it may be worth it to you to check out WebWarrior.net as they have other great downloads as well.

> Can anyone help me find this commercial? Its for osteo-biflex, an OTC arthritis medicaion. The ad features Frankenstein telling how he no longer has joint stiffness and shows him gardening and doing yoga. it is hilarious. thanks!

# 7 18 years ago

it's on tv land on cable tv and sometimes on channel four. does anyone know who is playing the actor? it sounds like mike conrad, but he is dead?

> Can anyone help me find this commercial? Its for osteo-biflex, an OTC arthritis medicaion. The ad features Frankenstein telling how he no longer has joint stiffness and shows him gardening and doing yoga. it is hilarious. thanks!

# 8 18 years ago

Jon
The Osteo Bi-Flex spot was done by Cramer-Krasselt, Milwaukee for Rexall Sundown. It can be viewed on the Adweek Best Spots in the month of March. You can also go to www.osteobiflex.com and see it in the recent advertising section.

# 9 18 years ago

Here you go - if you run the ad from the link and then check your Temporary Internet Folder, you'll actually see the file itself, and you can then copy it and paste it to a folder to have your own copy. Apparently, there's a follow-up to this commercial coming out in July... should be as funny as this one was!
# 10 18 years ago

http://www.osteobiflex.com/pages/what_adv_comm_q.aspx
It's on QuickTime.You can download for free from the same page if you don't have that view.
# 11 18 years ago

http://www.osteobiflex.com/pages/what_adv_comm_q.aspx
It's on QuickTime.You can download for free from the same page if you don't have that view.
# 12 18 years ago

> Can anyone help me find this commercial? Its for osteo-biflex, an OTC arthritis medicaion. The ad features Frankenstein telling how he no longer has joint stiffness and shows him gardening and doing yoga. it is hilarious. thanks!
Go to the product website and you'll find the commercial there.

# 13 18 years ago

> Can anyone help me find OUT WHO THE GUY IS WHO IS FRANKENSTEIN????????? I KNOW I HAVE SEEN HIM IN SOME OTHER ROLE BUT I JUST CAN'T PIN POINT IT!
THANKS........

# 14 18 years ago

> Can anyone help me find this commercial? Its for osteo-biflex, an OTC arthritis medicaion. The ad features Frankenstein telling how he no longer has joint stiffness and shows him gardening and doing yoga. it is hilarious. thanks!
I'm trying to find out who the actor is also; if he's done anything else. Love that commercial!

# 15 18 years ago

http://www.osteobiflex.com/media/tv_add/TVadd.mov
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