So A guy walked into Pawn Stars pawn shop (season 3 episode 13) to sell his Select-O-Vend candy machine. It turns out, the machine once dispensed beemans gum as you can clearly see on the outside of the candy machine.
Watch the video from here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsjEeU-Ope4&#t=1m3s you will be able to see the markings on the machine at 1:41 mark. This segment starts at 1:03.
Well we have a page on our site which lists movies that contained beemans gum now we need to create a new page for TV shows.
Do they make flash drives that look like a pack of gum?
@JHickman Wow, I would totally buy a flash drive that looked like a pack of Beemans Gum.
Sideshow Collectibles came out with a premium format "Rocketeer" based on the movie "The Rocketeer". The figure includes a lot of detail including a piece of beemans gum which covered the whole on the rocket. Here is a quick video showcasing "the rocketeer" and its description.
Sideshow Collectibles is proud to commemorate one of Disney's most celebrated live-action features with The Rocketeer Premium Format Figure. Each piece is individually painted and finished to exacting standards, dressed in a detailed, real fabric costume, each with its own unique quality and detail that is the trademark of a handcrafted Sideshow Collectibles product. Down to the Beeman's gum on his jetpack, The Rocketeer Premium Format Figure is crafted here in stunning detail, a perfect addition to any collection or Disney display.
We know that beemans gum has been featured in 3 different movies. Here is a quick video that has bits and pieces of the movies with its main focus on "gum", we all know that the gum is all time favorite "beemans pepsin chewing gum".
You can read more about the movies that beemans gum has been featured, on our beemans movie page.
On November 7 1906 The New York Times printed Dr. Edwin E. Beeman's obituary. It reads......
DR. E.E. BEEMAN DEAD.; Chewing Gum King Gave Up Medicine to Become a Manufacturer.
Special to The New York Times,
CLEVELAND, Ohio, Nov. 6. -Dr. Edwin E. Beeman, who was known as the "Chewing Gum King," died here early this morning. He has been afflicted with paralysis for several years. Twenty-five years ago Dr. Beeman gave up practice of medicine here for the manufacture of chewing gum. It was said that the idea of combining pepsin with gum was suggested to him by a young women who worked in a newsstand where he bought gum, and that he always took good care of her after he made millions.
Dr. Beeman often said that the success for his business was due in great measure to his advertising campaign. Everywhere was the picture of Dr. Beeman with the words telling the virtues of pepsin gum. He took into partnership W. J. White, now of New York. Dr Beeman sold out his chewing gum interests several years ago.
One more interesting thing to note from this article, it mentions that he got the idea to put pepsin into chewing gum from a girl working at a newsstand. On our beemans gum history page, we wrote that....
It was actually his bookkeeper, Nellie Horton, who suggested that he put the pepsin into chewing gum. Until then, Dr. Beeman had been selling bottles of powdered pepsin.
It may be that the New York Times was wrong.
If anyone has any supporting evidence to back up either claim, please let us know.
But I came across a new page, which states that Edwin E. Beeman was born in 1839. So I don't know what year he was born in, not to mention I have no idea what his birth date is.
Do you know when Dr. Beeman was born? Better yet do you know his birthday? If yes please let me know in the comments below.