Here are some compilations of old drive-in theater intermission shorts, obsolete advertising for vanished venues. Won't you please visit our celestial snack bar? The show starts in ∞ minutes. Hover over links for more detail.
1 (10m, corn dogs, Dairy Queen)
- 2 (10m, Butch, Eskimo Pie)
- 3 (7m, public displays of affection)
- 4 (3m, cable TV)
5 (10m, PSAs)
- 6 (10m, performing food!)
- 7 (9.5m, racist indians, snack bar gnomes)
- 8 (10m, Jay Ward-like cartoon roundup)
9 (4m, daylight savings time)
- 10 (13m, shrimp rolls, local ads)
- 11 (10.5m, Dr Pepper robbery, conformity, PSAs)
- 12 (14m, Creepy the Clown and "Dutch Treete")
13 (10m, Optigan music spectacular!)
- 14 (2m, EAT CANDY BARS)
- 15 (9m, Swiss people are magical)
- 16 (5m, assorted animation)
17 (17m, Snacks in Space) [more inside]
Coke paints the Himalayas red.
Will this finally boost soft drink sales in the region?
perhaps, maybe intentional commentary. So the New York Times writes an article about the relationship between globalization and commercial messages, particularly the insertion of globalization itself into the commercials and advertisements. The headline: "Globalization on Film: Message in a Coca-Cola Can." Guess what was in the advertisement to the right of the story. Right: a Diet Coke advert. The ad rotates on re-load, so here's
a screenshot, 36k.