It didn't matter if you were a model, a secretary or a homemaker, in the late 1960s the only thing on a womans mind all day was What should I make for dinner?. KEF and Colonel Sanders to the rescue with a 2 for 1 sale.
This ad managed to stir up quite a lot of controversy after its first airing, even the Cardinal was upset that nuns were depicted in the ad.
The models and nuns were shot through a sheet of ice to get the melty effect.
The ketchup bottle is minding his own business, in a saloon, as you would, when catsup arrives. Catsup challenges Heinz Ketchup to a draw.
The Slowest Ketchup in the West
East, North and South.
The wedding day scenario has to be the oldest on in advertising, here we have the bride to be eating her really important egg breakfast. Egg. Every day. In fact, the Egg Marketing Board in the 1960s think you should have eggs on your wedding day. So there.