Here’s a pair of commercials from 1970 you may want to toast and nibble. First, we have one from September ’70 for Wonder Bread. Looks like they’re going on about “The Wonder Years” 18 years prior to the TV series.
After that, a spot for Sunbeam Bread from October ’70. Not sure why a “no holes” in the bread policy is so utterly amazing, but it seems to be worth a hole in the ad budget here.
Here’s a living, breathing Seventies mascot I’m pleased to bring back to your memory cortex. His name is – Aldo Cella! Behold. The commercial for Cella wine (part of a series of “Aldo” spots) aired in October of 1979.
After that, another chilled wine spot. This one for Colony Burgundy aired in July of ’79. Two lil’ drinkie-poos just for you.
Two prime commercials from 1976 on the box today. First up, an animated spot for Fotomat. These little drive-thru booths need to make a comeback. They could provide physical prints of your digital photos. Someone roll with that idea.
Next, a singing, dancing spot for Kinney Shoes featuring Ken Berry of F-Troop and Mayberry R.F.D. fame. Berry did a whole series of these spots in the Seventies.