For at that time 2.400 dollars I could buy this air plane 1946
Fri 11 Mar, 2016 02:59 pm
Good idea, saab. I have some old favorites I'll have to look up.
I was in commercials for a bit as an 8 year old and 9 year old, but I haven't copied photos from that to photobucket. Let's say I look younger. But I'll show two from whatever is online about those two companies back then.
Despite my being in those, they aren't my favorites, by a long shot.
I think of the entire 1950s to be the decade of television advertising. Who in the US doesn't know what card to send "when you care enough to send the very best". And none of us ever had to "wonder where the yellow went when we brushed out teeth with Pepsodent".
It was hard being a housewife back in the day . . .
Fri 11 Mar, 2016 09:59 pm
We were too poor to have a tv in the 1950s, so I used to go to a small grocery store owned by a Japanese family a few blocks from where we lived. The tv was based in a small back room of the store, and I watched tv into the late evening hours after they closed the store. I think they were one of the few families who owned a tv in the 50s.
Fri 11 Mar, 2016 10:15 pm
My grandmother got a television in 1956, and was disgusted because we wouldn't watch it--it conflicted with our favorite radio programs.
Fri 11 Mar, 2016 10:17 pm
Dinah Shore was big time talent in 1952 when this was made . . .
Sat 12 Mar, 2016 02:45 am
It took a long time for us to get a TV. Plus the fact Sweden really did not have ads like USA. So ads are for me more newspaper or going to the movie
How about this French one
Never drive without your Cointreau