An advertisement for Cashmere Bouquet talcum powder in which a female narrator, accompanied by Rossiniesque music, extols the product as "a body cosmetic" over images of a woman dusting herself with the powder in her boudoir. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
Marvin Kalb, George Herman, Paul Niven, Dan Rather, Ben Flynn, Robert Camfiord
This episode of CBS Washington Report covers the Civil Right Movement and showdown between Governor Wallace and the Kennedy administration over the implementation of desegregation at the University of Alabama. The other news story is about world hunger and its relation to overpopulation.
A public service announcement from the Citizens for Clean Air in which the close-up and audio of a man breathing overlays shots of cars, planes, factory chimneys, and other sources of air pollution. An offscreen male narrator describes the many kinds of pollutants in the air we breathe and urges the viewer to write to the organization's address. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for Coca-Cola in which a jingle encouraging the viewer to "take two" cartons of Coke plays over scenes of young people playing badminton and grilling burgers at a barbecue. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for Coca-Cola in which singer Anita Bryant orders a bottle of Coke at a diner and addresses the camera about the qualities of the product. Another patron plays a Coke jingle sung by Bryant on the diner's jukebox. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for 16-oz bottles of Coca-Cola in which an offscreen narrator describes the cost-saving benefits of the product over close-ups of a sandwich being prepared and cups of Coke being placed on top of pennies. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
Shows the confrontation of several Northern communities with the issue of Negro integration in schools, jobs, and housing. Shows Negroes demonstrating for jobs in construction work in Queens, a New York City borough. White reaction to the demonstration is recorded. There are scenes of a Negro demonstration intended to force the hiring of more members of that race by a St. Louis bank. In Chicago a barber vows he would go out of business if he were required by law to cut hair of Negroes; also in Chicago whites organize to oppose an "open occupancy" ordinance. Violence is recorded by the film at Folcroft, Pennsylvania, when a Negro family moves into a previously all-white housing area.
A girl leaps for joy after she receives the news that she doesn’t have any cavities. A man then explains that this was because she used Crest and that you can also have cavity free dentist visits by switching to Crest toothpaste.
An advertisement for Crocker-Anglo National Bank in which a man tells his co-worker that a bank teller is interested in him and the other man says that all of the bank's representatives treat customers the same way. Submitted for Clio Awards category Banks.