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Lee - Night Watchman (1995) - 0:30 (USA)

Lee - Night Watchman  (1995) - 0:30 (USA)

A mannequin escapes!

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Lee - Jump (1995) - 0:30 (USA)

Lee - Jump  (1995) - 0:30 (USA)

Ladies keep jumping into their jeans in the dressing rooms, it causes disasters all over the department store.

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Lee - Guy Shop (1995) - 0:30 (USA)

Lee - Guy Shop  (1995) - 0:30 (USA)

Starring: a young Keri Russell

Men meet at the men anonymous group to discuss what it's like left holding the purse.

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Diesel - How to stay up with rubber - (1994) :60 (Sweden)

Diesel - How to stay up with rubber - (1994) :60 (Sweden)

In this "Diesel for successful living" series they share the secret of how to stay up with rubber. Yes it's a juvenile pun.

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Diesel - How to keep family values - (1994) :60 (Sweden)

Diesel - How to keep family values - (1994) :60 (Sweden)

Diesel's successful living kicks off with a man who has the perfect family, and a dirty job. "No" he instructs his porn actors "more UUUUh, AAAAh"

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Bugle Boys - The Go-Go's (1991) - 0:30 (USA)

Bugle Boys - The Go-Go's  (1991) - 0:30 (USA)

"Excuse me, are those Bugle Boy jeans your wearing?"

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You've come a long way baby...."What a big beautiful diamond, your fiancé must be really rich"

...or have we? Ad fan Kariann sent us this scan of an ad she found in a 1980's womens fashion magazine. An early example of that "two months salary" rule - yikes. These days DeBeers pushes right hand rings to women, since nobody is getting married anymore. ;)

Full ad with all the horrible copy inside.

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Hanes - Unforgettable women / Mystrece

Well ladies, you could read books, but then again you could also not worry your pretty little head with that stuff and instead be sexy. Your choice.

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"The man in the Hathaway shirt" - Ogilvy, print 1955

Ellerton Jette was the president of Hathaway, and didn't have much of a budget. David Ogilvy asked for complete creative control and the promise that Hathaway shirts would not fire Ogilvy & Mather for as long as the companies existed. On the way to the shoot, David stopped to pick up a novelty eye-patch and the mystery man of intrigue was born.

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