Trivia-chain game - win a 20-pack of JewelBoxings.

Another chance to show off your adgrunt skills, impress everyone with your ad trivia and win a 20-pack of Jewelboxings!

Ask a question about advertising that contains the answer to the previous question. Simple as that.

One Jewelboxing 20pack of Kings to the winnah!

We'll start the thread with two entries as an example. Have at it!

Ready? Lets go - Here's how to do this:

Actor Eddie Jemison's character pretended to be Dr. Galazkiewicz to get a limo full of beer in the famous Bud Light campaign. What brand did an FBI agent use to derisively nickname Jemison's Livingston Dell character in the 2001 remake of Ocean's 11?

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Fox football analyst Howie Long is the face of RadioShack. What brand
of truck did Howie sign on to endorse in June, 2004?

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Your turn! Go Go Go!

(we've played this game before - see trivia chain #1, #2 and #3.)

AnonymousCoward's picture
alex's picture

Chevrolet Trucks. And which auto-related company did Chevy Chase advertise?

Dabitch's picture

Chevy Impala is what Chevy was shillin' - but he was also spokesperson for a certain kind of munchy chips, just like another US late-night-show comedian advertised on his own show - which one/who was the comedian?

deeped's picture

The golden nugget was that Jay Leno being a living anti-thesis on eating too much Doritos. I wonder, flying high - what company gave John McEnroe wings?

alex's picture

United Airlines could naaaht have been serious. But which tennis star launched their own range of underwear?

deeped's picture

The man is Borg, Bj

Dabitch's picture

B

alex's picture

Cross your heart with Playtex, of course. And on the subject of underwear and Swedes, who's the famous Miss?

aiiobo's picture

Miss Mary (of Sweden) of course - speaking of ladies underwear, which famous 60s folksinging rebel was recently in a lingerie commercial?

alex's picture

Bob Dylan was Victoria's little secret. But which famous photographer was the first real person ever to appear in an ad for sanitary towels?

Dabitch's picture

man you ask really tough ones Alex...

Lee Miller posed for Kotex, which killed her modelling career - these days it's quite different, in a Swedish ad for sanitary towels a woman sneakily uses her pads to pick up a young lad on a moped. Which brand did she use?

alex's picture

I was Libresse, and that ad sucked. But speaking of Mods, which fictitious Mod worked in an advertising agency?

James_Trickery's picture

Why Jimmy in Quadrophenia, speaking of adgrunts on film, which madison ave exec chirped "I'm an advertising man not a red herring" in a classic Hitchcock flick?

alex's picture

Twas Roger Thornhill in North by Northwest. Hitchcock once said the ads were "exquisitely vulgar and so delightfully tasteless that they must be irresistible to everyone save the few who aren't enchanted by discussions of nasal passages and digestive tracts". Can't argue with that. But name another ad man played by Cary Grant.

(By the way... Bernbucks??? I smell a herring).

alex's picture

Is that it, then?

Dabitch's picture

Looks like you stumped everybody. I know the answer..... But I ain't telling.