Read more: https://www.luerzersarchive.com/en/magazine/commercial-detail/19318.html Imperial Magarine "Spud" + "Love in the Express Lane" [00:30] It's got to be love. What is a potato alone - without the loving care of a good margarine? Alas, the beloved margarine appears unattainable - as is so oft the case in love. Tags: Ogilvy & Mather, Toronto,Ian Letts,Michael Gelfand,Imperial Magarine,Douglas Avery,The Players Film Company, Toronto
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Read more: https://www.luerzersarchive.com/en/classic-spot-of-the-week/2012-4.html Love in the Express Lane It's got to be love. What is a potato alone - without the loving care of a good margarine? In this 2001 commercial, the beloved margarine appears unattainable for the potato as seemingly unrequited love plays to the strains of the 70s schmaltz rock hit "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight" by England Dan & John Ford Coley. Tags: Ogilvy & Mather, Toronto,Ian Letts,Michael…
The Famous Players Film Company was founded in 1912 by Adolph Zukor and the influential theater impresario Frohman brothers. The company produced both short and feature-length productions. In 1915 the company established Famous Players Fiction Studios at 5300 Melrose Avenue in Hollywood, one of the oldest studios in Hollywood. In 1916, the company merged with the Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Company to form Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, which was to become Paramount Pictures.