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"; "A&W root beer's got that frosty mug taste"; "Doin' it Mountain Dew"; "I'm, picking up good vibrations" (Sunkist); "I believe in Crystal Light, and I, believe in me"; "I'd like to teach the world to sing" (Coca-Cola); Mean Joe, Green "Tab for beautiful people"; "From the land of sky blue water" (Hamms, beer); Spuds Mackenzie (Budweiser); "Thanks for your support" (Bartles &, Jaymes); "Libbys Libbys Libbys on your label label label, you will like it. And with my love, I gave it to you. Paul got it from Ernestine who could've got it. TV affected us growing up more than our parents did (unless your parents, didn't allow you to watch TV). 1980's juicy fruit gum commercial.. Everyone will remember this theme song! Judged on the basis of their creativity, durability, and, longevity, these are commercials from the 1970s that made us laugh, cry, and, This classic annual TV Christmas card lives on as the beerwagon team of. A palpably refreshing point of differentiation. "There's a bite of wheat and raisin in every bit you bite" Saved by Nestle dragon. * Quaker Oates: Two young brothers susupiciously eye a box of Life cerial, refusing to try it 'til they test it out on their chubby-cheeked, picky, three-year-old brother: "He likes it! Main Page | Why. Opens with an arrogant man saying, "I warn you in advance, I'm not going to, like your prunes." "; "You're soaking. "); "You think it's butter, but it's not, it's Chiffon"; "Pepto biiisssmmmoool"; "One spicy meatball"/"I can't believe, I ate the whole thing"/"Plop plop, fizz fizz, oh what a relief it is fast, fast _fast_" (Alka-Seltzer); "How do YOU spell relief? BUDWEISER "; "Attention, shoppers, this is a stick-up... no, _this_ is a Stick Up", (air freshener); Chiquita banana with dancing banana lady; stewardess offers, "Coffee, tea... or a flick of my Bic"; Jane Russell with the eight hour, girdles; fast-talker John Moschitta (Federal Express); "It's Cal Worthington. Nature" (Parkay margarine -- "Butter! Clydesdales trots through a picturesque snow-covered small town. why Of all the back mom bless absolutely marvelous just trying making something like that out of a hole in it. I hope the data that appears can be beneficial to you (Noxema); "Calgon. Fine fruit flavour, what a treat, Makes your mouth feel fresh and sweet, Juicy fruit adds to your fun, Juicy fruit chewing gum. Sales of 100-stick boxes of Juicy Fruit rose 5 percent after the start of the ad campaign, reversing a 2 percent decline prior to it. Raisin Biscuits Cereal Sunshine Commercial Cookies Biscuit Biscotti Cookie. Whatcha doin' in my laundry basket? Brother juicy to nc mom was the good thing. (Star-kist tuna); margarine commercial where a crown suddenly, appears on someone's head (Imperial margarine); "It's not nice to fool Mother. to the Roman orgy going on in first class. Hey, Mikey!" Bionic Disco 1970s Pop Culture Explosion! He ought to, know. off; O.J. To his nephew, who's driving a, VW Beetle, he gives "my entire fortune of $100 billion dollars. ingredient. I already looked on, but I didn't find it. These commercials were so lame, but the song almost make it ok. jumping turnstiles in the airport (Hertz rental car); "Sorry, Charlie!" (1976), * Polaroid: Sparring lightly with Mariette Hartley, actor James Garner lauds a, camera "so simple to operate, even a woman can use it." (shampoo); Mom... do you ever get that... not-so-fresh, feeling? Here's a sampling of some of the decade's most memorable advertising moments. R.O.L A.I.D.S. ", (transmission shop); "Who's sorry now, so sorry now" and "Lipstick on your, collar..." (before infomercials, one of the longest commercials of its day was, for this stinkin' Connie Francis Collection); Chun King; "Muncha buncha, Frito's go with lunch" (Frito's corn chips); "Here, kid, have a Life Saver", (dad tries to make it up to his son by offering this candy); "Take a bite, outta crime" (McGruff, the creepy raincoated beagle); "Only you can prevent, forest fires" (Smokey Bear); "Anytime is the right time for milk"; "Riunite on, ice... so nice"; "Sugar in the evening! ", Bill Backer and Billy Davis's "I'd Like To Buy the World a Coke," sung by, young people from numerous nations on a hilltop in Italy in 1971, became the, pop song, "I'd Like To Teach the World To Sing. Even if you try to avoid mainstream culture, advertising always makes, its evil way into the brain and replays itself anytime you need to use the, product, or during just about any moments of possible silence, through the use, of rhymes, reason, and bad show tunes. The Classic 500 | (American Express); "Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie, and Chevrolet"; "Beef, it's what's for dinner"; little Rodney Allen Rippy, trying to take a bite out of the big burger (Jack in the Box); "You deserve a. break today"/"Two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles. (1972), * Crest: Talking teeth lament the departure of fellow member Harold, felled by, the owner's excessive "caramels, jaw breakers, pizza pies....If only we'd, * Xerox: After a rotund Franciscan monk painstakingly hand-letters a parchment, sheet, his superior asks for five hundred more. A few of these may seem as if they were. Juicy fruit adds to your fun It’s a hit with everyone. "Memorable TV Commercials of the 1970s" The editors of Advertising Age recently selected the best TV spots of the past 50 years. A voice-over tells the, audience, "Temur Vanachu thought Dannon was really fine yogurt. Wrigley’s Juicy Fruit chewing gum. With competition from bank charge cards increasing, American Express began. huh? 1986 ad for Nabisco Raisin Wheats cereal with a tune that sounds like it's right out of Mary Poppins. 8: Juicy Fruit The nice thing about these gum jingles is that so much more than just the hook gets stuck in your head, claiming brain space that might be better used for remembering things like the location of your car keys, the date of your anniversary or the lyrics of non-gum-related jingles . its "Do you know me?" Yes, with the "miracle" coming from the Xerox 2000 copier. Sugar in your -- vitamins? (1977), * BASF cassette tapes: An unlucky soldier receives a tape from home with bad, news: his girl's found another, his brother. Pretty sneaky, Sis!" (game); "When you play Perfection, you gotta move on fast, move on fast, before the pieces pop-up, before you put in the last, and that's, Perfection!" Roughly 70 percent of respondents voluntarily recalled the Juicy Fruit name after watching the commercial (the average recall for a brand of sugar gum is 57 percent). Now that we've got it. there"; "Do you know me?" anywhere at all. That pleased his mother, Possibly the funniest spot ever filmed, this one for a now-defunct airline, portrays coach-class travel as akin to transatlantic steerage, in contrast. And with this long-running "Everything you ever, wanted in a beer -- and less" campaign, Miller Lite beer shot to the top of, Could Brother Dominick produce 500 more sets of his hand-lettered. Ex-jocks. "; "You, get a big delight in every bite..."/Fruit Pie the Magician and Twinkie the, Kid (Hostess); "How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie, Pop? As he sits stunned, a sergeant, * Coca-Cola: Glowering Pittsburgh Steelers' lineman Mean Joe Greene chugs the. The Wm. Hi yourselves, cuties! VD is for everybody" (public service announcement). Archives Intro | He's been eating yogurt for 105 years." them (cereal); the Quaker Oats guy; "I coulda had a V8"; "Hey, Kool-Aid! Hey, Mikey!" (bubble bath); scrubbing bubbles; Mr. Clean; Old Spice; Irish Spring; lots of Jay Ward; "Look left, right, and left again", (public service announcement); "Ancient Chinese secret. (Massengil); pretty girls washing off a face full of cold cream. fondly filmed a village of centenarians enjoying free samples. 2. "/"Hey, it's the Fruit of the Loom, guys! Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum (2): c.1970 One of the singers sang in a super-low voice, "NECTARINES." NECTARINES." Judged on the basis of their creativity, durability, and longevity, these are commercials from the 1970s that made us laugh, cry, and most importantly -- buy. We learned how to spell relief, what to do to, stains, what to like and dislike, and what we wanted to buy. We innocently, sang and mimicked the tunes of Dr Pepper, Oscar Mayer, and meow meow meow meow, Meow Mix. * Keep America Beautiful: Cherokee Indian Iron Eyes Cody paddles his canoe, past smokestacks and debris-infested waters, a single tear down his, * Alka-Seltzer: An inmate (George Raft), disgusted by the lousy chow, pounds, his cup and leads his fellow mess hall prisoners in a thunderous chant of, * Coca-Cola: Young folks of all colors and creeds gather on a sunny mountain-, side to sing the praises of the soft drink, to the bubbly tune of "I'd Like.