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What are the origins of Cracker Jack?

Asked by Lacroix (537points) November 10th, 2009

Where did the name come from? Are the sailor and the dog significant at all to the brand?

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patg7590's avatar

Pirates aaaarrrgggg
“That’s a Cracker, Jack!”

rangerr's avatar

You really like Cracker Jack, don’t you?

Lacroix's avatar

@rangerr Nah, but my manager is absolutely fascinated by “that weird internet thing”, and she wanted to know. I humor her, and I get to use my computer at work. It’s a win-win.

JONESGH's avatar

mmmm cracker jacks…

mammal's avatar

Strange i was thinking about that today. Some weird synchronicity

OreetCocker's avatar

Take it you don’t mean Crackerjack with Stu Francis and Jimmy Krankee then ;-)

ratboy's avatar

They didn’t. My last prize was a new iPod Touch.

Mat74UK's avatar

@OreetCocker Oh i could leap a dolls house!

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