70s Spots: Christmas commercials; Norelco, Coca-Cola, Burger King

We were so starved for holiday animation that 10 seconds of Santa on a shaver was eagerly awaited. (Norelco, 1978).

We were so starved for holiday animation that 10 seconds of Santa on a shaver was eagerly awaited. (Norelco, 1978).



Ready to bask in some warm advertising memories? Here’s three holiday-themed television commercials from the 1970s for you to snuggle.

Thankfully, little Jimmy was easy to please

Thankfully, little Jimmy was easy to please



First up, we have the famed Norleco Santa riding the shaver spot. Following that, we have a cola classic, “I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing” aka “I’d Like to Buy the World a Coke.” Lastly, you’ll witness the joy in a youngster’s eyes as a Burger King doll is clutched close. Nothing says Christmas like a stuffed mascot toy and a handful of gift certificates!

Norelco Santa, December, 1978

Coca-Cola Season’s Greetings, Mid-to-Late 1970s

Burger King, Christmas, 1977

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