Daily 70s Ad: Carnation Breakfast Bars (1975)

Carnation Breakfast Bars. ('Jet' magazine, October 23, 1975)

Carnation Breakfast Bars. (‘Jet’ magazine, October 23, 1975)

“Carnation Breakfast Bars look and taste just like candy.”

Maybe not as good as Space Food Sticks, but not too shabby. Daily 70s Ad #287: Carnation Breakfast Bars originally appeared in the October 23, 1973 issue of Jet magazine.

(Source: Jet)

Previously on Daily 70s Ad: Sheaffer Pens For ‘Guys ‘N Dolls’ (1970)

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Daily 70s Ad: Sheaffer Pens For ‘Guys ‘N Dolls’ (1970)

Sheaffer Pens For ‘Guys ‘n Dolls.' ('LIFE' magazine, October 16, 1970)

Sheaffer Pens For ‘Guys ‘n Dolls.’ (‘LIFE’ magazine, October 16, 1970)

“Let it hang free and swing with your “mod”-est fashions.”

Wild youth with Sheaffer pens clipped to their waists and swinging about their necks! Daily 70s Ad #286: Sheaffer Pens For ‘Guys ‘n Dolls’ originally appeared in the October 16, 1970 issue of LIFE magazine.

(Source: LIFE)

Previously on Daily 70s Ad: Hall & Oates, ‘Best New Group’ (1976)

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Daily 70s Ad: Hall & Oates, ‘Best New Group’ (1976)

Hall & Oates, ‘Best New Group.' ('Billboard' magazine, October 16, 1976)

Hall & Oates, ‘Best New Group.’ (‘Billboard’ magazine, October 16, 1976)

“Voted best new group of the year 1976 Rock Music Awards.”

“Do What You Want To Do, Be What You Are” featured on the L.P., Bigger Than Both of Us. Daily 70s Ad #285: Hall & Oates, ‘Best New Group’ originally appeared in the October 16, 1976 issue of Billboard magazine.

(Source: Billboard)

Previously on Daily 70s Ad: Sony ‘Tummy TV’ (1971)

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Daily 70s Ad: Sony ‘Tummy TV’ (1971)

Sony ‘Tummy TV.' ('New York' magazine, October 11, 1971)

Sony ‘Tummy TV.’ (‘New York’ magazine, October 11, 1971)

“We’ve come a long way from Tummy TV.”

The 17″ Trinitron that’s too big to rest on your belly. Daily 70s Ad #284: Sony ‘Tummy TV’ originally appeared in the October 11, 1971 issue of New York magazine.

(Source: New York)

Previously on Daily 70s Ad: Michael Landon For Kodak Ektralite (1978)

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Daily 70s Ad: Michael Landon For Kodak Ektralite (1978)

Michael Landon For Kodak Ektralite. ('Ebony' magazine, October, 1978)

Michael Landon For Kodak Ektralite. (‘Ebony’ magazine, October, 1978)

“Get sharp, clear pictures indoors or out. Day or night. And always have your flash with you.”

Isn’t that Michael Landon behind that Ektralite? Daily 70s Ad #283: Michael Landon For Kodak Ektralite originally appeared in the October, 1978 issue of Ebony magazine.

(Source: Ebony)

Previously on Daily 70s Ad: Quaker’s King Vitaman Cereal (1970)

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Music For Monday: WAR, ‘Galaxy’ (‘Soul Train’ Line, 1977)

The assortment of outfits on display is truly cosmic. (War, 'Galaxy' on 'Soul Train,' 1977)

The assortment of outfits on display is truly cosmic. (War, ‘Galaxy’ on ‘Soul Train,’ 1977)

Did you know that WAR‘s “Galaxy” was inspired by Star Wars? Here’s an amazing line of Soul Train dancers doing their thing to the tune in 1977. Let’s take this one to outer space!

‘Soul Train': WAR, ‘Galaxy’ (Dance Line, 1977)

Previously on Music for Monday: Jack Wild, ‘If I Could’ (1970)

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