Take the advice of the ol’ master of relaxation, Bing Crosby… take a comfort break in a La-Z-Boy Reclina-Rocker.
In the 1980s, Hart to Hart actress Stefanie Powers used her beauty power for the Cover Girl cosmetics brand’s MoistureWear line of makeup and lipstick. See her here!
These vintage Sunbeam Hot Shot kitchen accessories made hot water for tea, hot chocolate, coffee – and were promoted by actress Shirley Jones.
In the ’70s, pro golfer Jack Nicklaus and his wife helped advertise the new microwave ovens made by Magic Chef. Here’s a look.
Colleen Moore face powder from the Owl Drug Co. The cosmetician, like the artist, dreams of his master creation. Darnee had given us Colleen Moore
Back in the ’80s, Incredible Hulk & Courtship of Eddie’s Father actor Bill Bixby was the spokesperson for Dietac diet pills. Here’s a look.
Ads for a diet plans seems totally commonplace today, but in the early 1950s — especially so soon after the war, which meant food was
Looking for a couple easy recipes you can whip up in minutes? Try these mini-pizzas and tiny cheesecake snacks, with flavorful ingredients stacked on a Triscuit cracker! Ads feature actress Shirley Jones.
‘The best computer value in the world today. The only computer you’ll need for years to come.’ – William Shatner
How you can lose weight – and eat what you want! “It happened to me,” says Zsa Zsa Gabor No Drugs… No Diet… Results Guaranteed!
Hank Ketcham (Dennis The Menace) signs it with a Sheaffer When your pen looks like it was designed for a space flight, it’s hard to come
If you’ve ever been curious as to why neckties and aftershave are considered the quintessential Father’s Day gifts, wonder no more.
Dorothy Lamour on FM Radio Listen — it’s Dorothy Lamour herself in natural color on FM radio Dorothy Lamour… A beloved voice, floating on velvety
A paid testimonial from Bert Lahr for Skippy Peanut Butter How did we get Bert Lahr to appear in an ad for Skippy Peanut Butter?
“For some reason, I like Post cereals twice as much as everybody else does.” Doctor Dolittle and his friends agree! “Start your day a little
Darling, do you know what 500 women said they like a man to do? (1965) We made this research, darling… that’s what you call it
Classified Yellow Pages telephone directory (1952) Yellow Pages (1961) Shop by phone when you can’t leave home (1961) Shop the Yellow Pages way – 1962
Walt Disney’s Gremlin Chasers You’ve heard of the Gremlins, pesky little troublemakers that hang around air fields, army camps, ports of call, and battle stations.
Kissing Potion: New! Flavored roll-on lipgloss Shines up lips. Shines up lipstick. Outshines pot gloss and stick gloss by a smile. Rolls on a clean, sleek,
In this retro recipe for a chocolate angel pie, a light, creamy double chocolate filling sits inside a perfect pastry crust.
Mickey Mantle baseball special: Free glove with purchase of cigars “Great glove, Son!” “You said it, Dad!” Rawlings “finest in the field” Full-leather lined — deep
Celebrities say: Pleasure helps your disposition (1955) It’s a psychological fact: How’s your disposition today? It’s natural to feel grumpy as a goat when little annoyances
Our seat test Bill Cosby: “It’s like forty’leven kids jumping up and down on your seat all day long.” “Snap!” “Ford-built. It’s a lot of
Atari vs Intellivision? Nothing I could say would be more persuasive than what your own two eyes will tell you. But I can’t resist telling you more. – George Plimpton
Paul Masson will sell no wine before its time Featuring actor Orson Welles: “Experts will tell you they drink Paul Masson Pinot chardonnay because of
Featured here is one of his classic ads for Paul Masson champagne. Of course, no mention of his commercial work is complete without some of the classic outtakes…
Legendary entertainer Bing Crosby needs no introduction. And while you may think of celebrity endorsements as a recent trend in advertising, that’s simply not the
Groucho Marx for Personna blades (1946) Starring in “A Night in Casablanca,” a David L Loew Production, released thru United Artists 1: Next to a