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OLDSMOBILE COMMERCIAL (FUTURAMIC DESIGN) (1948) B&W SOUND224 viewsTheater advertisements for the first all-new automobile to be placed on the market after World War II, the Oldsmobile Futuramic. A look into the future, A fun look into what they thought the future would hold.
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OLDSMOBILE COMMERCIAL (AHEAD AUTOMATICALLY) (1948) B&W SOUND98 viewsTheater advertisements for the first all-new automobile to be placed on the market after World War II, the Oldsmobile Futuramic. Automatic transmissions? who thought this one would catch on.
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OLDSMOBILE COMMERCIAL (DRIVING MAGIC) (1948) B&W SOUND88 viewsTheater advertisements for the first all-new automobile to be placed on the market after World War II, the Oldsmobile Futuramic. How much easier could driving get. What! no GPS navigation.
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OLDSMOBILE COMMERCIAL (FUTURAMIC CARS) (1948) B&W SOUND125 viewsTheater advertisements for the first all-new automobile to be placed on the market after World War II, the Oldsmobile Futuramic. Just check out these futuristic cars, Sorry no I-pod support on these models.
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SUNBEAM BREAD COMMERCIAL REEL 2 (1950'S) B&W SOUND125 viewsAnother in the series of Hopalong Cassidy Sunbeam bread promotion commercials from the 1950s. This one starts off with a suburban kid dressed up in a fancy cowboy getup dozing. The relentlessly cheerful narrator says how this boy is "ready for the bunkhouse" until disembodied hands tempt the boy with Sunbeam bread.
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SUNBEAM BREAD COMMERCIAL REEL 1 (1950'S) B&W SOUND96 viewsPoor kid doesnt have any energy at all! Even to go on the merry-go-round! (Wow, he DOES have problems then) but what's this? His friend has sandwiches with Sunbeam bread!! Yay! He has energy now! Kid and his friend go um, doubling on one horse on the merry-go-round. Before any explanation can be given, a vibrating target hypnotises us to buying more Sunbeam.. Yes.. Master..
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SUNBEAM BREAD COMMERCIAL REEL 3 (1950'S) B&W SOUND105 viewsFairly Typical commercial with little to make it stand out. However, It did make me hungry, and it does sell the product well.
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SUNBEAM BREAD COMMERCIAL REEL 4 (1950'S) B&W SOUND118 viewsAnother in the series of over-enthusiastic Sunbeam bread. This one is pretty mediocre; boy in a cowboy outfit leaps out of a suburban home, and pedals his clearly stationary bicycle to pick up bread, which has the picture of Hopalong Cassidy on the package. No real outragous claims. No creepy imagry. Pretty tame compared to some of the others in the series.
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SUNBEAM BREAD COMMERCIAL REEL 5 (1950'S) B&W SOUND111 viewsCommercial featuring a kid who looks somewhat like Alfalfa from 'Our Gang' dressed in cowboy drag lassos a loaf of white bread right out the kitchen and makes goofy poses while pointing to the picture of Gene Autry on the package, he then runs into the house with the bread and almost uses the bread as a pillow while posing. Quite funny actually, Highly reccomended!
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SUNBEAM BREAD COMMERCIAL REEL 6 (1950'S) B&W SOUND123 viewsDifferent layout this time, and therefore loses some of it's coolness. No cowboy, no Cowboy heroes, just pushes of more energy. Ya, like that's going to excite a kid into buying it. Use your head people!
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SUNBEAM BREAD COMMERCIAL REEL 8 (1950'S) B&W SOUND193 viewsAnother in a series of slightly creepy Sunbeam bread commercials. This one has a boy dressed up a cowboy. When the boy find they are out of Sunbeam bread, the narrator urges the boy to run to the store (complete with shopping cart!) and stock up. Where are this boys' parents? This is the 1950s, after all. Anyway, after the boy buys the bread, the narrator goes on about the nutritional value of the bland white bread and urges us to eat it "five times a day".
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SUNBEAM BREAD COMMERCIAL REEL 9 (1950'S) B&W SOUND169 viewsA man takes his granddaughters to the beach along with a picnic of Sunbeam sandwiches. Where are mom and grandma? And the annoying little cowboy we see in the other Sunbeam ads? All the Sunbeam ads are directed at women, yet we dont see any women actually buying the bread or making sandwiches. During the fifties, women either baked their own bread or went to the corner bakery. Why should they buy some overpriced, tasteless bread like Sunbeam at the supermarket? Sunbeams solution was to pitch their bread to the less perceptive family memberslike the kids and granddad. Mom gets stuck buying the bread, but she can fob it off on grandpa when he takes the kids to the beach. Then she and grandma can have a civilized lunch at home that doesnt include junk bread like Sunbeam.
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