Have you ever seen this 1983 commercial for TSR's Star Frontiers?
Sure you could play boring old ping pong - but why do that when you could enjoy a game of Pig Pong?
There were a few choices for children's multivitamins back in the day - but only one was awesome enough to have both Pac-Man and Fred Savage!
The commercial itself pretty much IS a music video, featuring the music and members of The Manhattan Transfer and their song, Birdland. It has a sterile industrial vibe with red/white/black color pallette that I always associate with new wave music and Mtv. Not with a vocal jazz group from the late 60s.
Most of us remember David Naughton for his role in 1981's An American Werewolf in London - but do you remember when the actor and Popeye were singing and dancing for Dr. Pepper?
Do you happen to recall the tasty snack that was Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Crunchabungas?
Admit it, you remember the scene in "Dumb and Dumber" when Harry and Lloyd cry over a commercial. Now, find out the story behind that commercial - a "miniseries"-style advertising campaign for Pacific Bell called "The Rain Children"!
It is once again Atari Day and to celebrate we are taking a look at this commercial featuring Rich Hall.
Friends, while I did not originally see 1971's masterpiece Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory when it was originally released to theaters. I did in fact have the pleasure of…
Do you happen to recall the time when Popeye was helping to sell Cocoa Puffs?