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Posted in 1940's

Who’s on First?

Who’s on First?” is a comedy routine made famous by Abbott and Costello, however, the routine can be traced to  turn-of-the-century burlesque sketches.  They premiered it on The Kate…

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Posted in 1970's

Small Shots 1971 with Jodi Foster

Before Jodi Foster hit the big screen she was a frequent visitor to the TV in commercials. Here she is…

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Posted in 1990's

Ray Waltson for AT&T

This was about the only commercial I remember him doing.  An AT&T commercial about 30 years after his fame on…

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Posted in 1970's

Meco-Close Encounters Of The Third Kind

Meco’s theme from Close Encounters was track 5 of side two of the album Close Encounters Of Every Kind in…

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Posted in 1970's

Noxema Joe Namath

Joe Namath aka Broadway Joe was still advertiser’s darling in 1973. Gunilla Knudson, Miss Sweeden and Miss Universe runner-up in…

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Posted in 1960's

Bugs Bunny For Tang

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Posted in 1960's

Suzy Homemaker Sweet Shop

Suzy Homemaker toys were introduced in 1966 by Topper Toys. The name quickly became common phrase in America and is…

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Posted in 1980's

10cc – It Doesn’t Matter At All – non-charted promo single of 1980

It Does not Matter at All is a 10cc single . It comes from their album Look Hear? . The…

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Posted in 1970's

Pop Tarts With Milton The Toaster

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Posted in 1950's

1957 Dodge Advertisement Featuring Lawrence Welk

Most early TV shows were sponsored by one main advertiser like Dodge did for Lawrence Welk for his champagne music…