Commercials

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The California Raisins were a fictional rhythm and blues animated musical group as well as advertising and merchandising characters composed of anthropomorphized raisins. Lead vocals were sung by musician Buddy Miles.The California Raisins were popular in the mid-to-late 1980s through claymation TV commercials and animated...

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SIMON Game Toy Commercial 1980 Simon is an electronic game of memory skill invented by Ralph H. Baer and Howard J. Morrison, working for toy design firm Marvin Glass and Associates, with software programming by Lenny Cope. The device creates a series of tones and...

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The Sega Genesis, known as the Mega Drive outside North America, is a 16-bit fourth-generation home video game console developed and sold by Sega. The Genesis was Sega’s third console and the successor to the Master System. Sega released it in 1988 in Japan as...

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The Speak & Spell line is a series of electronic hand-held child computers by Texas Instruments that consisted of a TMC0280 linear predictive coding speech synthesizer, a keyboard, and a receptor slot to receive one of a collection of ROM game library modules (collectively covered...

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I Vant To Bite Your Finger By Hasbro (Commercial, 1981) I Vant to Bite Your Finger was a board game designed by Charles Phillips and Charlie Leicht published by Ideal Toys in collaboration with Hasbro in 1979, in which waking a vampire represented as a...

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Drawing inspiration from the famous “How Many Licks” Tootsie Pop commercial, a similar question is posed to a series of folks toting Charleston Chews. Tasked with identifying the number of bites required to consume each candy bar, most of the responders range from 90 to...

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While housed in an otherwise abandoned gym, fellow Dream Team alumni Scottie Pippen and Charles Barkley taunt one another with supernatural displays of showmanship and power – Pippen opts to showcase his ability to spin a ball in mid-air, sans the use of even a...

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Quite possibly the most 80s commercial ever created. Denim-clad guys and girls snap their fingers and gesture for the camera while at the beach. This proves to be the most impressive display of coolness in the history of film. SOURCE: Consumer Time Capsule

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They don’t make ads like this anymore. This Pepsi ad was a true child of the 80s – using a major star in a long-form entertaining ad. It was a time when ad agencies racked up costs for prime production. According to the L.A. Times,...

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A variety of celebrities, many of whom were already deceased, endorse a candy bar from beyond their graves. We’re also treated to rarely-seen bonus footage of Neil Armstrong’s moonwalk, Hershey bar in-hand.

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McGruff the Crime Dog is an anthropomorphic animated bloodhound created by Dancer Fitzgerald Sample advertising executive Jack Keil (who also voiced the character) through the Ad Council and later the National Crime Prevention Council to increase crime awareness and personal safety in the United States....

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The beloved Flintstones have served as the mascots for this classic cereal since it came out in 1971. Fruity Pebbles poured its way into all our hearts in the 1990s when Barney Rubble became a rapping Dick Tracy in one of their commercials. Bet you...

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If you’re in serious need of an operation, you definitely wouldn’t want kids performing the surgery. Still, aspiring medical professionals were able to get practice on Cavity Sam, the red-nosed patient of the board game Operation. In a 1995 ad, a man is wheeled into...

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From the oddly specific theme song to the very 90s wardrobe, this commercial highlights a product in its prime. Children at the playground who was tired of hopscotch and jump rope fell in love with this modern alternative. The Skip-It was released by Tiger Toys...

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Much to the chagrin of English teachers everywhere, the slogan “Leggo My Eggo” became a popular catchphrase in 1972. It’s even used in our lexicon today, though the commercials aren’t nearly as popular. One of Eggo’s most memorable commercials features a well-quaffed young boy who...

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Heartstrings were tugged in the 1980s when Folgers unleashed Peter Comes Home for Christmas. The ad found enormous success and was on television for a remarkable 17 years before it got an upgrade. In the commercial, Peter comes home from college and brews some coffee...

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The Freshmaker had a fun run of commercials in the 90s, all featuring their trademark, upbeat jingle. Bad breath has never been so catchy! In one of their commercials, a surfer dude gives Spicoli a run for his money by getting into a random car...

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The 90s was the era of head-to-toe denim ensembles. Girls were also obsessed with pretty bad boys like Johnny Depp and Heath Ledger. All in all, it made sense to combine the two into a commercial. In 1990, Levi’s released a minute-long ad starring the...

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The Pepsi Generation was the theme of an advertising campaign for Pepsi-Cola, a US brand of soft drink, that launched in 1963 as the result of a slogan contest. A new car was awarded to the writer of the winning slogan. The contest was the...

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7 Up is an American brand of lemon-lime-flavored non-caffeinated soft drink. The rights to the brand are held by Keurig Dr. Pepper in the United States and by 7 Up international in the rest of the world. The U.S. version of the 7 Up logo...

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Fred was best known for his catchphrase “Time to make the donuts!”, and the commercial that introduced the phrase (which showed Fred rising well before dawn to begin making the donuts) was named one of the five best commercials of the 1980s by the Television...

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Kool-Aid is an American brand of flavored drink mix owned by Kraft Heinz based in Chicago, Illinois. The powder form was created by Edwin Perkins in 1927 based upon a liquid concentrate called Fruit Smack.

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An adorable little girl overcomes her stage fright at a piano recital in a classic McDonald’s commercial from 1986. With the promise of some delicious McNuggets, she goes on to play a Mickey D rendition of Für Elise. Beethoven would be proud. Years later, Gen-Xers...

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This classic ad is one of the most memorable commercials of all time. In many ways, it has taken on a life of its own, with the menagerie of characters gracing the front of t-shirts, lunch boxes, and many other products. The young boy in...

  • 5 months ago

This ad was a horrific darling. It evoked George Orwell’s classic novel 1984 wrapping its tentacles around what Apple saw as 1984’s actual ‘big brother,’ Microsoft. This highly creative and provocative spot made you feel like you were there, one of the minions who saw...

  • 6 months ago

This is a collection of 80s commercials Rewind TV thinks you’ll enjoy. Sit back and watch. You may remember some of these. Enjoy the Rewind where it never goes away.

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