The very first television commercial on the air was a short spot for the Bulova Watch Company in It was on the air before Mount Rushmore was completed and before Neil Armstrong walked on the moon. You can say that commercial advertising is as part of American culture as apple pie and baseball. Hands down, some of the best are the 80s commercials and 90s commercials. These were times of greater peace than the country had seen in a long time. People wanted to laugh, smile, and sing along to the infectious jingles. There are a lot of juicy apples in the bunch, but after sifting through terrible car commercials and anti-drug PSAs, these old school commercials were the top contenders. Here are the best commercials from the s and s. 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.
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By Erik Pedersen. She was 31, and he was LAPD says Butler was at the wheel of a Land Rover that was traveling at a high rate of speed, drove off the roadway and collided with the curb at about AM. The vehicle continued in a northwest direction and collided with three parking meters, a concrete wall and several other objects before flipping over twice and coming to a stop inside the parking lot of the shopping mall in block of Ventura Boulevard of Studio City.
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Monday, August 10, Barely a month goes by without magazines, newspapers or TV programmes pushing yet another poll of the greatest whatever. Jazz, of course, rarely gets a look-in. Albums became an increasingly important way for musicians to communicate with the wider world beyond the smoke and limitations of the night club circuit.
The world lost superstar musicians, stars of stage and screen, some of the greatest athletes of all time and larger-than-life political figures in Here's a look at some of the many famous figures who died this year. Click through to read full obituaries. Pat Harrington Jr. David Bowie, 69, the other-worldly musician who broke pop and rock boundaries with his creative musicianship that spanned six decades, striking visuals and a genre-spanning persona he christened Ziggy Stardust, died on Jan. Alan Rickman, 69, the classically-trained British stage star and sensual screen villain in the "Harry Potter" saga, "Die Hard" and other films, died on Jan.