Crest 1950s

Track
Image
Title
Description
7
This Is Your Life beginning. Silent
8
Bowling and soft spots.
9
Jane Wyman show. Roller coaster
10
Roller coaster and soft spots
11
Bowling and soft spots
12
Folk singing and oil rig man.
13
Folk singing and fisherman.
14
Folk singing and lumberjack
15
Folk singing and lumberjack
16
Folk singing and fisherman
17
Folk singing and oil rig man
18
Bloomington dental study
25
Hamster and children test fluoride toothpaste
26
Kukla and Ollie puppets.
27
Look Mom, no cavities.
28
Look Mom, no cavities.
29
Look Mom, no cavities.
30
Kukla and Ollie puppets with Frank Blair (Today Show anchor)
31
Frank Blair and family.
32
Frank Blair introduces "What Makes Sammy Run" brought to you by Crest
33
Frank Blair talks about Bloomington, MN fluoride toothpaste test
34
Bloomington, MN reporter Cedric Adams talks about fluoride toothpaste test in his town.
35
Frank Blair talks about Bloomington, MN fluoride toothpaste test
36
Frank Blair reveals that the mystery toothpaste K was Crest.
37
Frank Blair talks about Crest test at Howe Military Academy.
38
Frank Blair introduces "What Makes Sammy Run" brought to you by Crest
39
Frank Blair talks about Crest test at Indiana University.
41
Frank Blair talks with a test family in Indiana.
43
Frank Blair and puppets Kukla and Ollie
44
Frank Blair and puppets Kukla and Ollie
45
Frank Blair and puppets Kukla and Ollie
46
Frank Blair and puppets Kukla and Ollie
47
Look Mom, no cavities.
48
Look Mom, no cavities.
49
Twins. "Look Mom, no cavities."
50
Frank Blair and his family
51
Frank Blair on a plane.
52
Frank Blair and students.
53
Frank Blair and students.

Item Information help

  • Description
    Television commercials created for Procter and Gamble from the D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles advertising agency archives held in the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History at the Duke University Libraries. The TV ads were digitized from the 16mm preservation film prints in 2009, as part of the AdViews Collection. For more information, please visit the collection website at: http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/adviews/
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