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TV Commercials: The Classics Vol. 5 DVD, Video Download, USB Drive

TV Commercials: The Classics Vol. 5 DVD, Video Download, USB Drive
TV Commercials: The Classics Vol. 5 DVD, Video Download, USB Drive
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Contents:

1958 Chevrolet - Country Driving

1958 Chevrolet - Economy

1958 Chevrolet - Gyrocopter

1958 Chevrolet - Task Force Trucks

1958 Chevrolet Impala

American Cancer Society with John Wayne TV Ad

Bayshore Chrysler-Plymouth Outtake

Ciro's TV Ad

Crazy Car Ad Outtakes

Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis - ''The Caddy''

Dutch Masters Darts

Dutch Masters Panetella - Golf

Dutch Masters Panetella - Rembrandt

Dutch Masters Panetella Executive Case

Dutch Masters Program Sponsorship Episode Closing

Dutch Masters Slim Down 5 Pack

Edie Adams Muriel Cigar Commercials (14 Ads)

Edie Adams Muriel Cigars Ads - Tractor Trailer

Ernie Kovacs' ''Kovacs On The Corner'' - ''Food''

Ernie Kovacs' Dutch Masters Ads - Holidays

Ernie Kovacs' Dutch Masters Ads - Reading

Ernie Kovacs' Dutch Masters Ads - Saloon

Ernie Kovacs' Dutch Masters Ads - Santa Stuck In Chimney

Ernie Kovacs' Dutch Masters Ads - Take A Good Look TV Show Opening

Ernie Kovacs Cigar Commercials (14 Ads)

Girls Clubs Of America

Hansel & Gretel TV Ad

Hawaiian Punch WNEW TV Ad

Hey, Man! Turn On The Color! NBC '59

Howdy Doody PSA - Benny Goodman Quartet

John's Bargain Store

Jonathan Winters - Bob's Big Boy Blooper - This Truck's ''No Bullshit''

Kellogs Frosted Flakes - Little Tony On Roller Skates

Kool Aid Bunny Man

Louis Armstrong - Suzy Cute

McDonalds 1965

Mickey Rooney Outtakes - Jeno's Pizza Outtakes - Air California & Miss California Feel-up - Johnson Baby Powder Outtake

NJ Dep't of Community Affairs - Bureau of Fire Safety PSA

Quisp & Quake Cereals

Sandy Becker - 7 Up

Sandy Becker - Bactine

Sandy Becker - Carrots

Sandy Becker - Gilbert & First Erection Set (sic)

Sandy Becker - Good Humor's Strawberry Smash

Sandy Becker - Good Humor Time

Sandy Becker - Host audition includes Hostess Cupcakes & Nestle's Quick

Sandy Becker - Hostess Twinkies

Sandy Becker - Irish Bosco

Sandy Becker - John's Bargain Store

Sandy Becker - Norton Nork for Scream Cream

Sandy Becker - Silly Putty

Sugar Daddys

Sugar Mamas

Superman Frosted Flakes Commercial - Katie The Kangaroo #1

Superman Frosted Flakes Commercial - Katie The Kangaroo #2

Superman Frosted Flakes Commercial - Tony The Tiger #1

Superman Frosted Flakes Commercial - Tony The Tiger #2

Superman Frosted Flakes Commercial - Tony The Tiger #3

Superman Sugar Smacks Commercial #1

Superman Sugar Smacks Commercial #2

The Big Sweep Keep The Big Apple Clean PSA

The Chuck McCann Silent Typer

The Great American Smoke-out with Sammy Davis Jr. TV Ad

The Limited Edition TV Ad

TV Guide TV Ad

Wheat, Rice & Corn Chex Cereals

WNEW TV - Hawaiian Punch Ad Blooper

WNEW TV - Wonder Bread Ad Blooper

WNEW TV Blooper - Notorious Ad

WNEW TV Blooper - You Bet Your Ass

WNEW TV Schaeffer Ad - The Favor Doesn't Flade

Wonderama w Sonny Fox - Bad Rocket Gun

Wonderama w Sonny Fox - Books Better Than People & Fritos Not!

Wonderama w Sonny Fox - Failed Interspecial Dating & Polynesian Punch

Wonderama w Sonny Fox - Kangaroo Snow Balls

Wonderama w Sonny Fox - King Kong Ad

WPTZ-TV Philadelphia - Pots, Pans & Personalities w Silent Station ID


A Television Advertisement, also called a Television Commercial, Commercial, Advert, TV Advert or simply an Ad, is a span of television programming produced and paid for by an organization. It conveys a message promoting, and aiming to market, a product or service. Advertisers and marketers may refer to television commercials as TVCs. Advertising revenue provides a significant portion of the funding for most privately-owned television networks. During the 2010s, the number of commercials has grown steadily, though the length of each commercial has diminished. Advertisements of this type have promoted a wide variety of goods, services, and ideas ever since the early days of the history of television. The viewership of television programming, as measured by companies such as Nielsen Media Research in the United States, or BARB in the UK, is often used as a metric for television advertisement placement, and consequently, for the rates which broadcasters charge to advertisers to air within a given network, television program, or time of day (called a "daypart"). In many countries, including the United States, television campaign advertisements are commonplace in a political campaign. In other countries, such as France, political advertising on television is heavily restricted, while some countries, such as Norway, completely ban political advertisements. The first official paid television advertisement came out in the United States on July 1, 1941, over New York station WNBT (subsequently WNBC) before a baseball game between the Brooklyn Dodgers and Philadelphia Phillies. The announcement for Bulova watches, for which the company paid anywhere from 4 to 9 USD (reports vary), displayed a WNBT test pattern modified to look like a clock with the hands showing the time. The Bulova logo, with the phrase "Bulova Watch Time", appeared in the lower right-hand quadrant of the test pattern while the second hand swept around the dial for one minute. The first TV ad broadcast in the UK went on air on ITV on September 22, 1955, advertising Gibbs SR toothpaste. In Asia, the first TV ad broadcast appeared on Nippon Television in Tokyo on August 28, 1953, advertising Seikosha (subsequently Seiko); it also displayed a clock with the current time.