A scientist for Fresh Deodorant affirms the many benefits and truths about Fresh products. At the end of the commercial the scientist becomes depressed because despite using Fresh products he is still unable to attract women. A narrator interjects and states “Fresh doesn’t promise eternal romance. All Fresh does is keep you Fresh.”
Fresh Deodorant [unknown title] : Pictures of a woman plucking flowers are shown as a narrator state how Fresh does not promise to lead you towards romance.
Ivory Bar "Best for Judy": A little girl ,named Judy, plays house and brings home Ivory soap from her shopping trip. Judy then takes a bath as a narrator talks about how Ivory soap is the best soap for girls and their mothers.
An advertisement for Fruit of the Loom undergarments in which actress Jan Miner asks shopping market consumers to guess the price of the product and they are surprised when the real answer is lower than they guessed. Submitted for Clio Awards category Apparel.
An advertisement for General Electric garbage disposals in which an offscreen male narrator describes the disease risk from common houseflies and how the town of Jasper, Indiana eradicated most of their flies through reforming garbage collection and installing GE kitchen disposals. Close-ups of flies and footage of Jasper accompany the narration. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for General Electric in which actor and Native American chief Dan George talks about the significance of Lake Tahoe to his people. An offscreen male narrator discusses how General Electric's sewage treatment systems allow Lake Tahoe to remain one of the cleanest lakes in the world. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
An advertisement for General Electric Soft White Light Bulbs in which the animated character Mister Magoo replaces the original lightbulbs to GE Soft White after he tries to eat a stack of letters he thought was food. Submitted for Clio Awards.
An advertisement for General Electric Soft White Light Bulbs in which the animated character Mister Magoo replaces the original light bulbs to GE Soft White after he confuses a burglar with his relative. Submitted for Clio Awards.
An advertisement for General Motors in which a male narrator describes the company's initiative in designing a windshield that can withstand the impact of stones. Two test drives, first with a regular windshield and the second with GM's more damage-resistant windshield, are demonstrated, and the narrator argues that the new windshields are further proof that GM cares about keeping consumer repair costs down. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
A public service announcement from the Glass Container Manufacturers Institute in which a young man and woman leave various forms of litter around a city as they have fun on a date. An offscreen male narrator implores the viewer on behalf of glass manufacturers to "make love, not litter" and "keep America beautiful." Submitted for the Clio Awards.
A public service announcement from the Glass Container Manufacturers Institute in which an offscreen narrator describes the steps for how recycled glass is processed and formed into new products over shots from a recycling plant and an automated bottling assembly line. The narrator tells the viewer that the bottle they used last week may form part of the future bottle they will use next week. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
A husband pesters his wife to get out of the bathtub so that they won’t be late for their date. The wife responds that she doesn’t want to get out of the tub because she feels good using Goddess Bath Oil Body Soap. Just as the husband is about to complain again the wife gets out of the tub and woos him.
An advertisement for Helena Rubinstein cosmetic products Fashion Stick and Coverfluid makeup in which a female narrator extols the products in a mock newsreel format. Scenes of women applying the product to themselves play as the narrator describes Fashion Stick, a long, slender stick with lipstick at one end and lip liner at the other, and Coverfluid matte makeup. Submitted for the Clio Awards.
A mother rubs her baby and talks about how humans’ skin becomes drier once they are past infancy. They no longer have the soft moist skin that they had when they were babies. Therefore, the mother uses Tender Touch Bath Oil to soften and moisturize her skin.
An advertisement for Hood Ice Cream in which a boy enters an ice cream parlor and chooses vanilla, and when the attendant tells him about all the flavors available the boy is shown with a dish containing them all.
Lee Hansen, a young horror writer who is struggling creatively, has recurring dreams of an odd abandoned house. In his dreams, he sees prophetic visions of the deaths of his loved ones. Where does the dream end and reality begin?
An advertisement for Hush Puppies shoes in which a basset hound takes various styles of the product to a dog house and the owners find the shoes and model them. Submitted for Clio Awards category Apparel.