I want to sue the company that makes the prescription drug that has given me seizures since 1981, the year during which, after being prescribed and after consuming the drug for the first time, I first went unconscious while seated to dine in a restaurant. In 1981, the drug, yellow in color and oval in shape, was prescribed by a family physician to me, who, at the time of the drug prescription and consumption, was a seventeen-year-old minor complaining about feeling bad and dealing with motion sickness while driving, riding in a car, and riding on amusement park rides. The above-described antidepressant drug prescribed to me in 1981 was called one of the following five names: amitriptylin hydrochloride, Amitril, Elavil, imipramine, or Tofranil. Which drug was it?