dad: -" Don't be like that, you'll go back tomorrow."
-"So, what did you have for lunch?"
(sulking girl) - "Nothing."
-"Meatballs. And mashed potato. And cucumber."
-" Finger paints. That's been a while. So what did you paint?"
-"Football in the park too. Did you score any goals?"
- "Did you score any goals?"
(sulking girl) -"Three"
Tag: Our clothes can handle telling a lot of stories.
Director's cut. This is the first commercial I ever directed. It aired mostly late at night because it was too sexy. It's an oldie, but hopefully a goodie!
Remember when jem was truly outrageous? No? Well, maybe it's because of this ad. Where is Jem today?
:30 second advert.
Girls ooh and awe as they rub their little wee noses against their so soft my little ponies.
Hand on your heart, did you get one? Is this sexual in any way? For real life refences, they intercut with a real girls petting a real ponies soft nose, pony all white, girl with flowers in her hair. No wonder grown women are on prozac. ;-)
This ad known as "Daisy Girl", ran only once as a paid advertisement, during an NBC broadcast of Monday Night at the Movies on September 7, 1964. In it a little girl counts the petals of a flower, and as we zoom in to her eye a nuclear explosion is superimposed. This is cited as the first example of negative political advertising, a.k.a scare-tactics.
Johnson VO: "These are the stakes: To make a world in which all of God's children can live, or to go into the darkness. We must either love each other, or we must die. "
Tag VO: Vote for President Johnson on November 3rd. The stakes are too high for you to stay home.
In 1970, Remco made the Baby Laugh a Lot, a 16" tall doll with a plastic head and soft plush body that would not stop laughing (if you pushed the button). The wide open mouth had teeth. TEETH. Very creepy. By 1972 they had moved on to make Laurie Partridge dolls, which somehow were even creepier. And you wonder why my generation is weird. These were our toys! I particularly like the shock horror on the little girls faces when they turn their heads to the sound. Rumor has it, this doll inspired Poltergeist. True story. (Not)
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