An amazing variety of Bing Crosby ads
And while you may think of celebrity endorsements as a more recent trend in advertising, that’s clearly not the case, as you can see in these ads from the 40s, 50s & 60s featuring none other than Mr White Christmas himself.
Bing Crosby Christmas songs on the General Electric FM Radio (1944)
Good listening… Bing Crosby and a Philco radio (1946)
Every Wednesday night, Philco brings you Bing Crosby on “Philco Radio Time,” his one and only radio show. A Philco radio-phonograph with the patented Dynamic Reproducer and other exclusive achievements of Philco research brings you his glorious records as well as his program at their best.
For good listening, enjoy America’s greatest singing personality on a Philco.
Bing Crosby for Fleer’s gum, explaining “How to handle teen-agers” (1946)
Bing Crosby, starring in Paramount’s new hit film “Blue Skies” in Technicolor
by Bing Crosby (alias “Der Bingle”)
“Teensters are positively people! Try to remember, they have a lotta problems… mainly parents. When their jive talk gives you the heebie-jeebies, and their rootin’-tootin’ clothes (Look who’s talking!) make you despair for ‘civilization’… better bear up and shut up. They’ll grow up and get over it, even as you and I.
“Scratch most teen-agers and you’ll find a solid citizen. And when they sound off with ideas for improving the world we made… well, maybe us parents could learn sumpin if we’d stop snooting the kids and listen.”
Bing’s message is one of a series presented by Fleer’s to promote better understanding among families, friends and nations.
Teen-agers and parents both agree that Fleer’s Gum is mighty fine gum. Try it and you’ll see why there’s a trend to candy-coated… and why Fleer’s leads the trend. Extra flavor.
Bing Crosby trims a friendship tree with Scotch tape for Christmas (1950)
“Star-Kist is the tuna for me” Says Bing Crosby (1950)
Bing Crosby Animated Minute Maid Spot (1954)
Bing Crosby for the Philco-Bendix gas dryer (1957)
“Make it a White Christmas! Give her a Gas appliance!”
Bing Crosby sings about Oldsmobile (1959)
Don’t miss young Florence Henderson at the end of this song! (Plus see Florence Henderson: There was so much more to her than just the Brady Bunch)
Singer Bing Crosby for the Remington Roll-A-Matic shaver (1959)
Bing sings: “Oh that Roll-A-Matic, Oh that Roll-A-Matic. Adjusts to every kind of beard and skin… makes you wish you had a double chin.”
Bing Crosby promotes the 3M Thermo-Fax Copier (1964)
Check out more copiers: Vintage copy machines: See the kinds of old photocopiers that offices used to have
Bing Crosby says, “My La-Z-Boy gives me that relaxed feelin’ after a day of golf.” (1967)
Take the advice of the ol’ master of relaxation, Bing Crosby… take a comfort break in a La-Z-Boy Reclina-Rocker.
It’s a haven for restful relaxation… reading… TV viewing, or just plain doin’ nothin’ in. You’ve never had it so good until you’ve enjoyed an evening of relaxed comfort in your very own La-Z-Boy.
The little woman will find her chair, too, among the many attractive styles in Contemporary, Traditional, Early American and Modern… she can select the style that will best match the decor of her home.
Visit your authorized La-Z-Boy dealer … he’ll show you hundreds of decorator colors and fabrics treated with Scotchgard Fabric Protector.
Bing Crosby tunes on the “Songs of Christmas” album (1967)
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A product of Decca Records Custom Department – A division of MCA, Inc.