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John Hancock - Bill Heater (1987) - 0:30 (USA)

Isuzu Pup - Joe Isuzu - Island (1987) - 0:30 (USA)

Pennzoil - Small Cars (1986) - 0:30 (USA)

Pennzoil - Changes (1986) - 0:30 (USA)

IBM - Charlie Chaplin - Ducks (1985) - 0:30 (USA)

Charlie tries to get all his ducks in a row.
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Minolta - Tony Randall - Neat Freak (1985) - 0:30 (USA)

Celebrity spokesperson Tony tells us all about it

7-up - Geoffrey Holder / Ha, Ha, Haaaa (1984) :30 (USA)

Geoffrey Holder is the "cool, crisp and clean" spokesman.

Klondike 'Dog" (1984) :30 (U.S.A.)

Who wouldn't bark like a dog for a Klondike Bar. Especially at the prompting of an off camera spokesman?
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Atari - Alan Alda - Get Started (1984) - 0:30 (USA)

Dodge - Dodge / Chrysler Compare (1983) - 0:30 (USA)

Indiana National Bank - Street (1981) - 0:30 (USA)

Gillette Atra - 12345 (1981) - 0:30 (USA)

Dodge - Fight (1981) - 0:30 (USA)

Chrysler K-Cars (1981) - 0:30 (USA)

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Chrysler - Distinctive (1981) - 0:30 (USA)

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Bufferin - Aspirin at Eight (1981) - 0:30 (USA)

Orville Redenbacher - Mine pops bigger (1976) :15 (USA)

"Mine pops so much bigger it's blowing the top right of the popper!"

Bounty the Quick Picker Upper - Rosie The Waitress (1972) :30 (USA)

The lady who says "Come now Rosie".. Didn't we see her in The Sopranos later in her career? Livia Soprano played by Nancy Marchand?

Charmin - Mr. Whipple - Don't Squeeze the Charmin (Classic) - 0:60 (USA)

First she squeezes the tomatoes, then she squeezes the melon... And now she's squeezing the new Charmin!

Gillette foamy - Hands Down - 0:06 (USA) 1969

Gillette wins hands down. (Partial ad, the start is wonky)

RCA - Non smear Color - 0:60 (USA) 1969

makes other sets obsolete.

Rapid Shave - Mint - 0:30 (USA) 1969

Menthol Mint - it's a new kind of cool. *pun drumroll*

Rapid Shave - Lime - 0:30 (USA) 1969

A whole new kick in shaving. Is this guy on something?
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Motts - "Clamato" - 0:30 (USA) 1969

Motts "Clamato" juice - GM gone bad?

Kentucky Fried Chicken Colonel Sanders - What's for dinner? - (1969) :30 (USA)

It didn't matter if you were a model, a secretary or a homemaker, in the late 1960s the only thing on a woman's mind all day was What should

Kentucky Fried Chicken's - Colonel Sanders home - (1969) :30 (USA)

In this ad from 1969, Kentucky Fried Chicken's Colonel Sanders wants a word "with these folks" and he means you the viewer through the
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Kentucky Fried Chicken "Lie Detector" (1967) 1:00 (USA)

This ad is from 1967 and it's got a deep paranoid Manchurian Candidate or Dr Strangelove vibe about it.

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