Daily 70s Ad: Seagram’s Red Baron (1974)

Seagram’s Red Baron. ('New York' magazine, June 17, 1974)

Seagram’s Red Baron. (‘New York’ magazine, June 17, 1974)


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“THE RED BARON. Orange juice, grenadine and lime.”

Dapper! Daily 70s Ad #189: Seagram’s Red Baron originally appeared in the June 17, 1974 issue of New York magazine.

(Source: New York)

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Funshine Friday: A ‘Jabberjaw’ Moment (1976)

The brave and mighty Jabberjaw, 1976.

The brave and mighty Jabberjaw, 1976.

It’s a tale of two Jabbers in this one-minute clip from Hana-Barbera’s Jabberjaw cartoon. Nyuk nyuck nyuck!

Jabberjaw‘s 16 episodes originally aired from September through December of 1976. Jabberjaw, joyfully imitating Curly of The Three Stooges, was voiced by Frank Welker. The cast was rounded out by Barry Gordon (Clamhead), Julie McWhirter (Bubbles), Patricia Parris (Shelly) and Tommy Cook (Biff).

‘Jabberjaw’: Two Jabbers Clip, 1976

Jabberjaw Wiki, IMDb

Previously on Funshine Friday: ‘Sesame Street’ – Grover Serves A Sandwich (1972)

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Daily 70s Ad: Hughes Airwest ‘Top Banana’ (1978)

Hughes Airwest ‘Top Banana.' ('Orange Coast' magazine, August, 1978)

Hughes Airwest ‘Top Banana.’ (‘Orange Coast’ magazine, August, 1978)


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“It’s easy with the Yes-for-less Fare.”

Hughes Airwest – owned by Howard Hughes and operated throughout the 70s. An airline to rattle the ol’ memory banks. Daily 70s Ad #188: Hughes Airwest ‘Top Banana’ originally appeared in the August, 1978 issue of Orange Coast magazine.

(Source: Orange Coast)

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Daily 70s Ad: James Brown ‘Hustle’ (1975)

James Brown ‘Hustle.' ('Jet' magazine, July 03, 1975)

James Brown ‘Hustle.’ (‘Jet’ magazine, July 03, 1975)


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“Do the double bump to your favorite record shop now!”

Not sure why this mentions the Sex Machine album as it’s advertizing James Brown’s “Hustle (Dead On It)” single from the Everybody’s Doin’ the Hustle & Dead on the Double Bump L.P. Quick! Say that title three times fast. Daily 70s Ad #187: James Brown ‘Hustle’ originally appeared in the July 03, 1975 issue of Jet magazine.

(Source: Jet)

Previously on Daily 70s Ad: Ford Pickup ‘Rides Like A Car’ (1972)

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Daily 70s Ad: Ford Pickup ‘Rides Like A Car’ (1972)

Ford Pickup 'Rides Like A Car.' ('Popular Mechanics' magazine, July, 1972)

Ford Pickup ‘Rides Like A Car.’ (‘Popular Mechanics’ magazine, July, 1972)


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“Works like a truck. Rides like a car.”

You just don’t see that shade of brown in a paint finish anymore. And I’m OK with that. Daily 70s Ad #186: Ford Pickup ‘Rides Like A Car’ originally appeared in the July, 1972 issue of Popular Mechanics magazine.

(Source: Popular Mechanics)

Previously on Daily 70s Ad: Blue Jeans Tuxedo (1974)

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Daily 70s Ad: Blue Jeans Tuxedo (1974)

Blue Jeans Tuxedo. ('Texas Monthly' magazine, August, 1974)

Blue Jeans Tuxedo. (‘Texas Monthly’ magazine, August, 1974)


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“Not-So-Formal Formal-wear from Faded Glory.”

A snazzy ensemble you might find a member of Lynyrd Skynyrd or The Eagles wearing to the 1975 Grammy Awards. Daily 70s Ad #185: Blue Jeans Tuxedo originally appeared in the August, 1974 issue of Texas Monthly magazine.

(Source: Texas Monthly)

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