TV in the 60s

TV in the 60s was a vast wasteland with occasional oasises of excellence — on the quarter hour. Here are three classic commercials. Little visual haikus with a commercial element.

Remember . . .

Rembrandt was paid to paint the burghers.
Michelangelo, the patron saints.

First, Blechman’s Christmas season promo for CBS.

Invent a malady and provide a cure.

Lastly and most fastly.

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~ by bracketbracket on December 24, 2009.

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