From way back in Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Three comes this classic television advert for the “Masters of the Universe” action figure collection. Each sold separately. Enjoy!
From the good folks at Wienerschnitzel and VisualTube.com comes this one-of-a-kind commercial. Clearly, life ain’t easy when you’re the world’s most wanted wiener. Note: Not for kids, unless you want to explain some stuff at the end.
Who’d have thought that Honey Maid, purveyors of fine graham crackers, would also be the company to make one of the most thoughtful and touching commercials of recent vintage? There’s no room for hate in this world, gang, just love. Good on ya for spreading that simple message, Honey Maid.
The Nineteen Hundred and Eighties were nothing if not the Golden Age of Television Commercials. As evidence, Video Worthy and ItsTooLateToStopNow present this classic advert for good ol’ Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. “How do you do that, Rog?”
Aaaand now you’ve got the song from this old-school cheese commercial stuck in your head for the rest of the day. You’re welcome! Thanks to SatAMBrainFood for the source post.
Nothing says St. Paddy’s Day quite like a nice pint of Guinness! From Guinness Storehouse comes this classic TV advert, “The Shipyard.” Sláinte!
Ah, yes, the Nineteen Hundred and Eighties. The golden age of Claymation-style animation and pizza delivery commercials. Here, Internet Lurker provides a shining example of both in one classic Domino’s commercial. Avoid the Noid, indeed!
Dangit, which is it: Parkay margarine, or butter? Even ex-NFL star Deacon Jones can’t get a straight answer. Stupid argumentative dairy products! Thanks to commercialclassic for the source post.
This advert for Sony’s waterproof Walkman solves the problem many folks have with supposedly-waterproof electronic devices: It may say it’s waterproof, but how do you really know until you try it? Stick it in a bottle of water to begin with, of course. Brilliant! Thanks to StopPress for the source post.
We at Video Worthy don’t think much of modern commercials, because we’re usually so quick to fast forward through them on the DVR. This one, however, caught our eye (and ear) for two reasons: A) it wasn’t on TV, so we couldn’t fast forward; and 2) the writing is nigh perfect. This company sells custom […]