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TV Cigarette Commercials 1950s-70s Film Collection DVD, MP4, USB Stick

TV Cigarette Commercials 1950s-70s Film Collection DVD, MP4, USB Stick
TV Cigarette Commercials 1950s-70s Film Collection DVD, MP4, USB Stick
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Contents:

Old Gold's "Chance Of A Life Time" with Dennis James (opening)

Lucky Strike "Square Dance" (stop animation)

Muriel Cigars (animation)

Kool (animation & live action)

Marlboro (car maintenance)

Robert Burns

Winston (animation)

Old Gold's "Chance Of A Life Time" with Dennis James (excerpt)

Newport (beach)

Newport (water skiing)

Newport (bus stop)

Newport (airline pilot played by Dick Cavett)

Lucky Strike (stuntmen)

Marlboro Country (short)

Marlboro Country (long)

Philip Morris Charcoal Multifilter)

Dutch Master Cadets

Tareyton (pet store)

Camels (harbor pilot)

Madison Cigars

India House Tobacco

Kent (airport -Spanish language)

Kent (construction workers - Spanish language)

Kent (yacht - Spanish language)

Kent (formal entertainment - Spanish language)

Beechnut Chewing Tobacco

Old Gold Filter Kings

Old Gold's "Chance Of A Life Time" with Dennis James (excerpt)

Old Gold (starring Mike Wallace)

Old Gold (formulation animation)

Camel's Ed Wynn Show (with William Frawley & The Three Stooges)

Scripto Butane Lighter

Paxton Cigarettes

Newport (stop animation)

Newport (hunters)

Spring Cigarettes

York Cigarettes

Kent (The Dick Van Dyke Show cast - cigarette girl)

Kent (The Dick Van Dyke Show cast - three part harmony)

Kent (The Dick Van Dyke Show cast - Santa Display)

Kent (The Dick Van Dyke Show cast - Sally grubs Kents)

Kent (The Dick Van Dyke Show cast - smoking & smiling)

Kent (The Dick Van Dyke Show cast - what satisfies best)

Kent (The Dick Van Dyke Show cast - Kent Display #1)

Kent (The Dick Van Dyke Show cast - Kent Display #2)

Kent (The Dick Van Dyke Show cast - stacked packs)

Kent (The Dick Van Dyke Show cast - closing advert)

Marlboro Country (long)

Benson & Hedges)

Salem

Edie Adams as Spokeswoman for Muriel Cigars

Edie Adams advert for Muriel Cigars

Benson & Hedges (letters from "the public")

Benson & Hedges ("long" award)

Lucky Strikes (animation)

Winston Ad for Peter Gunn Show

Winston (jazz club)

L&M Cigarettes

Philip Morris (I Love Lucy Show animation)

Philip Morris (I Love Lucy Show)

Winston (Flintstones animation)

Lucky Strike "Square Dance" (stop animation)Muriel Cigars (animation)

Kool (animation & live action)

Winston (animation)

Camels (animation)

Chesterfield (Warner Brothers Presents ad for "Our Miss Brooks")

L&M (cruise ship)

Chesterfield (with "You Bet Your Life" [Groucho] Announcer George Fenneman)

Winston Super King Size)

Marlboro Country (long)

Lucky Strike "Square Dance" (stop animation)

Kool (animation & live action)

Marlboro (car maintenance)

Winston (animation)

Lucky Strike (stuntmen)

Marlboro Country (short)

Kool (campaign headquarters)

Parliament (starring Mike Wallace)

Marlboro Country (another short)

Newport (dancing couple)

Old Gold's "Chance Of A Life Time" with Dennis James (excerpt)

Kool (male smoker emerging from smoky cloud)

Kool Cigarettes (testimonial)

Kool (female smoker emerging from smoky cloud)

Chesterfield with top verocity paper

Chesterfield (policemen)

Chesterfield (navy men)

Philip Morris (do you inhale?)

Philip Morris (you're better off)

Philip Morris (less irritating)

I Love Lucy Show - Philip Morris

Old Gold (tap dancing)

Chesterfields (cow punching)

Philip Morris King Size

Kent Cigarettes (Happiness Is Kent)

Muriel Small Commercials

Tiparillo Aromatics with Fred Willard

I Love Lucy Ad with Bob Shepherd

Neighbor Lends Smokes #1

Fishing Trip #1

Yard Relaxation #1

Rec Room Fun #1

Neighbor Lends Smokes #2

Raleigh Means Fine Tobacco (Silent)

Fishing Trip #2 w

Belair Ad

Breaking Point TV Show Ad CAMELS: Opera Singer Marguerite Piazza #1

Buddy Rodgers

What Do You Smoke, Doctor? #1

Cleveland Indians Catcher Jim Heegan

Cleveland Indians Pitcher "Early" Winn

Dick Haymes #1

Eva Gabor #1

Marguerite Piazza #2

Robert Young

Richard Carlson

Dick Powell

What Do You Smoke, Doctor? #2

Marguerite Piazza #3

Henry Fonda

Ann Southern

Maureen O'Hara

Dick Haymes #2

Dennis O'Keefe #1

Dennis O'Keefe #2

Dennis O'Keefe #3

Eva Gabor #2

What Do You Smoke, Doctor? #3

New York Yankee (Silent)

Yankee Allie Reynolds #1 (Silent)

Boston Brave Vern Bickford

Yankee Allie Reynolds #2

Yankee Vic Raschi

New York Dodger Clem Labine

Dodger Preacher Roe

Dodger Carl Forillo

Yankee Hank Bauer

Dodger Billy Cox

Boston Red Sox'Vern Stevens

How Mild Can A Cigarette Be?

Opera Singer Robert Merril

Ilona Massey KOOLS & CAPRIS: Car Transport

Sky-diving

Hailai

Capri Comparison Tests

Capri Filter Longs Taste Test

Capri Filter Longs & Baseball

"Dollywood" #1

"Dollywood" #2 MARLBOROS: "Filter, Flavor, Flip-Top Box" - "Marlboro Man" - Moutain-Climbing #1

Moutain-Climbing -#2

"Marlboro Man" - Cessna Pilot #1

Cessna Pilot #2

Cessna Pilot #3

"Marlboro Man" - Fishing #1

Fishing #2

Fishing #3

Fishing #4

"Marlboro Man" - Ranch Hand #1

Ranch Hand #2

Ranch Hand #3

Ranch Hand #4

Julie London

Flip-Top Tens #1

Flip-Top Tens #2

Flip-Top Tens #3

Twin Tens Split Pack #1

"Marlboro Man" - Skeet Shooter #1

"Marlboro Man" - Camper #1

"Marlboro Man" - Kayaker #1

Husband: Man Or Mouse? #1

Skeet Shooter #2

Skeet Shooter #3

Skeet Shooter #4

Camper #2

Camper #3

Camper #4

Kayaker #2

Kayaker #3

Husband: Man Or Mouse? #2

Twin Tens Split Pack #2

Twin Tens Split Pack #3 NEWPORTS: "Newports Taste Fresher" - Live Action Billboard

Hunting Lodge

Armored Car Service

TV Ad Springs To Life WINSTONS: Brings Flavor Back

Finer Filter, Fine Filter, King Size

It's Here, It's New (w

1954 WCBS-TV Channel 2 New York logo top tight)

It's Here

Winston Tastes Good Like A Cigarette Should

Drive To Eat

Hard Pack #1

Hard Pack #2

Bob Cummings, Ida Lupino & Howard Duff RALEIGHS: 8 Out Of 10 Families Save Coupons & Stamps (Raleigh Catalog)

What You'd Miss Without Raleighs #1

What You'd Miss Without Raleighs #2

Yard Relaxation #2

Rec Room Fun #2

Neighbor Lends Smokes #3

Free Westbend Automatic Coffee Maker

BELAIRS: "Smoke Twice As Refreshed" - Marina #1

Marina #2

Outdoor Piano #1

Outdoor Piano #2

Picnic

You're Smoking Twice As Refreshed #1

You're Smoking Twice As Refreshed #2

You're Smoking Twice As Refreshed #3

"Breathe Easy, Smoke Clean" - 24 beachside ads featuring swimming, surfing, fishing, more

"There's A Light Touch Of Menthol In A Belair Cigarette" - Belair Has Raleigh Coupons #1

Bob Barker of "Wheel of Fortune" & "Truth Or Consequenes"

Game Show Ad

Clean And Fresh As The Great Outdoors (Animation)

Belair Has Raleigh Coupons #1

Belair Has Raleigh Coupons #3

Raleighs & Belair (Silent)

The Right Touch Of Menthol

KOOLS: Spanish Language Ads - Taxi Cab

Rodeo

Pleasure Boats

Amusement Park

KOOLS & CAPRIS: Car Transport

Sky-diving

Hailai

Capri Comparison Tests

Capri Filter Longs Taste Test

Capri Filter Longs & Baseball

"Dollywood" #1

"Dollywood" #2

B> MARLBOROS: Outdoors Men

Cellulose Acetate Filters

Surfer #1

Surfer #2

Surfer #3

Surfer #4

Surfer #5

Yachter #1

Yachter #2

Yachter #3

Yachter #4

Yachter #5

Boar Bow Hunters #1

Boar Bow Hunters #2

Boar Bow Hunters #3

Boar Bow Hunters #4

Boar Bow Hunters #5

Billboard Workers #1

Billboard Workers #2

Husband: Man Or Mouse? #3 (See TV Cigarette Commercials Vol. II For #s 1 & 2)

Husband: Man Or Mouse? #4

Julie London Sings The Marlboro Song #1

Julie London Sings The Marlboro Song #2

TV Sportscaster (Animation) #1

TV Sportscaster (Animation) #2

The Marlboro Man On The Carton

New Improved Filter #1

New Improved Filter #2

New Improved Filter #3

Less Tar And Nicotine

Boar Bow Hunters #6

Boar Bow Hunters #7

Yachter #6

Yachter #7

Surfer #6

Surfer #7

New Filter In Soft Pack & Flip-Top Box #1

New Filter In Soft Pack & Flip-Top Box #2

Husband: Man Or Mouse? #5

Actor #1

New Filter In Soft Pack & Flip-Top Box #3

Flip-Top Box Sailboat #1

Flip-Top Box Sailboat #2

Actor #2

New Filter In Soft Pack & Flip-Top Box #4

B> NEWPORTS: "Newports Taste Smoother" - Luau

Man & Dog

Couple Stroll Beach

Actor

Singing Executives

B> VICEROYS: "The Taste That's Right" - Sailboat #1

Campers #1

Campers #2

Road Rally (Spanish Language)

Sports Cars

Beach Couple

Modelers

Cruise Ship

Sailboat #2

Sailboat #3

Ranchers

Home Movies

Japanese Restaurant

Computer Repair

Seamen #3 (See TV Cigarette Commercials Vol. II For #s 1 & 2)

Campers #3

Cowboys #1

Cowboys #2

Model

Singing Audition

TV Reception

Couple Stroll Beach

Beach Bonfire #1

Beach Bonfire #2

THE BROWN & WILLIAMSON STORY: Film short on the makers of Kool cigarettes


Cigarette Television Advertising: Nicotine Marketing is the marketing of nicotine-containing products or use. Traditionally, the tobacco industry markets cigarette smoking, but it is increasingly marketing other products, such as electronic cigarettes and heated tobacco products. On December 31, 1970, the last cigarette commercial aired at a few minutes to midnight during Johnny Carson's Tonight Show, a Virginia Slims ad ending with the words "Regular or King size" spoken by Dan Ingram. The following day, January 1, 1971, Cigarette advertisements were banned on radio and TV in the U.S. due to legislation signed into law on April 1st, 1970 (April Fool's Day) by President Richard Nixon. The tobacco industry was a huge advertising category, spending more than 150M USD on television (1BM USD in 2019 dollars). The loss of that revenue was crippling to the big three networks, and in order to make up for the lost income, they introduced the 30-second commercial ("30s"), which were less expensive to produce and buy than 60s. These cheaper commercials attracted a whole new category - and revenue pool - of smaller sponsors to network television. From this point on, the 30-second commercial would become the standard of advertising time.