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Lunchroom Manners

1960

Lunchroom Manners

Lunchroom Manners - 1960

The puppet Mr. Bungle was the influence for the the name of #FaithNoMore’s #MikePatton’s band #MrBungle. According to Wikipedia, “The band was founded in Eureka, California during 1985 while the members were still in high school, and was named after a 1960s children’s educational film.” Lunchroom Manners from 1960 is that educational film.

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Subliminal Hamburgers

1960's

Subliminal Hamburgers

Drive-In: Subliminal Hamburgers - 1960s

Drive-In: Subliminal Hamburgers – 1960s You see what I see? I see a beautiful hamburger. I bet it’s a clue. Yeah, I bet. We better memorize it. I don’t think we’ll have to memorize. The hamburger is winning. Boy! My mouth’s watering. Let’s go!

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Oil Heat

1967

Oil Heat

Oil Heat - 1967

Charlotte Rae is featured in a TV commercial on behalf of the National Oil Fuel Institute from 1967.

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A Day in the Death of Donny B

1969

A Day in the Death of Donny B

A Day in the Death of Donny B. - 1969

Poor Donny B. . . . Forever wandering the streets looking for that fix to end all fixes. Those around him, his family, people in the neighborhood, functionaries in the system, however, know what’s in store . . . The degradation of junkie-life. A surprisingly non-sanctimonious anti-heroin film, this 1969 cautionary tale uses a docudrama motif […]

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Newport Cigarette Commercial

1960's

Newport Cigarette Commercial

Newport Cigarette Commercial - 1960's

If you miss the bus, don’t fret. A happy Newport cigarette billboard is bound to entertain you. And don’t forget, menthol lovers, ‘Newport tastes fresher, tastes better, too.’ Is it illegal to run a cigarette ad here?  

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Kodak Instamatic Flash Cubes

1960's

Kodak Instamatic Flash Cubes

Kodak Instamatic Flash Cubes – 1960’s

It’s new. It’s now. It’s flash cubes. Flash cube. Flash cube? Flash cube! Only with the newest Kodak instamatic camera four full-power flashes in one tiny cube. Flash Cube. It’s this way man, drop in a film, get yourself a flash cube, pop it on … Take one … Take two … Take three … […]

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