Great TV Commercials from the 50s, 60s and 70s


DID YOU ever think you’d hear The Sun newspaper referred to in the same sentence as intelligent? Do you remember the Bond-like-man going through hell on earth just because “the lady loves Milk Tray”? Remember Fannie and Johnnie? . . . or “She Fly’s Like A Bird . . .” Nimble commercial? Well, if any of these jog your brain, you’ve got to check out these commercials. Oh, and see if you recognise the bloke in the “Join The Tea Set” ad!

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One Response to Great TV Commercials from the 50s, 60s and 70s

  1. Laura W August 23, 2010 at 6:22 pm

    Tea-ologies. Nice. :) He’s not the guy from Lord of the Rings, is he??

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Introduction

The Union Jack has been published monthly since April 1982. Our readership now exceeds 220,000 throughout the USA. We serve a devoted readership comprised primarily of British expatriates, ranging from recent immigrants to war brides who relocated to the States a half-century ago, as well as a growing number of American Anglophiles. All of our readers, whether aged 25 or 75, share a common desire to maintain strong ties to Britain and the British community in America.

Union Jack’s regular advertisers include specialty shops and wholesalers, pubs, restaurants, immigration attorneys, insurance providers, financial services, shipping companies, travel agents and a variety of mail order gift suppliers, all of whom seek the unique and lucrative link Union Jack provides to one of the USA’s largest yet most assimilated ethnic markets. Our advertisers range from small ‘mom and pop’ business to larger businesses.

Circulation and Distribution

The Union Jack is a monthly tabloid newspaper, and is distributed throughout the United States via subscription and a variety of specially targeted distribution locations including British pubs, restaurants, specialty stores, as well as British government offices, consulates and business organizations such as the British American Chamber of Commerce and tourist offices.

All advertising inquiries should be directed to:

Union Jack Publishing
PO Box 1823, La Mesa, CA 91944-1823

or call us toll free:

(800) 262-7305 Toll Free

(619) 466-3129 • FAX: (619) 337-1103

or Email us:
Email: ujnews@ujnews.com

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