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Saturday, March 1, 2008

Speaking of TV…

…be sure and check out 2719 Hyperion for Jeff Pepper’s fun look at the 1953 tie-in campaign for Admiral television sets and Walt Disney's Peter Pan. In this age of HD, it seems quaint to see an ad trumpeting the value of a TV that is “ready for UHF stations.” Not to mention seeing Princess Tiger Lily and Foxy (one of the Lost Boys) in advertisements for television sets in the first place.

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Kevin Kidney said...

I love the character art on these ads. Great style!