Top 1000 Vintage Pictures
Now days they use a flock of binki models. Much less realistic a husband treating his wife like a little girl.
I misread the product name as “RED” instead of “REO”, and was wondering “Why the hell is it green?”
These donuts were made with flour fortified with thiamine (Vitamin B1) and mislead the public into believing that the doughnuts would provide “pep and vigor”
so disappointing…. made an order when I was 5 or 6. Xray sunglasses didnt let me see through walls or clothes. automatic hypnotizer didnt make my babysitter a mind controlled slave but the greatest disappointment….Miracle Money Maker 🙁 did not make money from blank
That actually looks like a pretty decently spacious fridge. I’d be sold.
looks like something from a Men’s magazine of the age.
When I was a teen, I worked for an old pharmacist who remembered the civil war vets lining up outside the pharmacy for their heroin fix every morning. (They’d become addicted when treated for pain during the civil war.) A lot of them lived
The Chicago bus sign is killing me for some reason.
I’m frightened of the kid in that ad. Not only is it straight out of Master Race propaganda, what is it? It looks like a babby, but it’s standing and angry and showing entirely too much skin. This will haunt me.
Disneyland was only open from 10 to 6 Wednesday through Sunday? That’s almost unimaginable.
>**She was submissive . . .** never questioning her role as the household maid/cook/dedicated parental figure. I kid of course, but I wouldn’t be surprised if that were actually part of the ad, considering the time period.
Interesting. I had no idea ‘Tony the tiger’ was around so long. I usually think of these cereal cartoon figures like Toucan Sam or the Lucky Charms leprechaun as 80s creations.
FYI: $149.99 in 1956 is worth $1,311.52 today. [Here’s a brochure page from the same year](http://www.tvhistory.tv/1956-Zenith-USA-Brochure.JPG) [Here’s an image of the remote](https://a248.e.akamai.net/f/1202/1579/4m/i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/05/24/article-2149080-133BA929000005DC-919_468x528.jpg)
I believe that what they mean is that they used more expensive tobacco than their competitors and weren’t actually trying to advertise that Camels were more expensive than other cigarettes (though they might have been, I have no idea). The same thing is still
Why on earth did women ever want their breasts separated? I can see lifted, but separated? Are you kidding me?