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Boushelle - "2 For 1 Cleaning Sale" (Commercial, 1979)

Views: 4578

Here's a commercial for Boushelle's 2 for 1 Cleaning Sale - featuring one of the most famous jingles of Chicago TV.

HUdson 3-2700!

This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, December 24th 1979.

English Leather - "Some Men" (Commercial, 1980)

Views: 2302

Here's a commercial for English Leather cologne featuring their jingle.

Who's the singer, anyone know?

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, March 28th 1980.

True Value Hardware - "It's More Than A Name" (Commercial, 1986)

Views: 2439

Here's a commercial for True Value Hardware featuring their jingle and spokesman Pat Summerall.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Wednesday, June 11th 1986.

Kinney Shoes - "The Great American Shoe Store" (Commercial, 1984)

Views: 2886

Here's a commercial for Kinney Shoes featuring their jingle.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, June 10th 1984.

Precision Tune (Commercial, 1982)

Views: 839

Here is a commercial for Precision Tune featuring it's jingle.

This commercial aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, June 20th 1982. (1981 Copyright)

Kraft American Singles - "Every Single Time" (Commercial, 1980)

Views: 1604

Here's a commercial for Kraft American cheese singles.

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, March 28th 1980. (1979 Copyright)

Cricket And Super Cricket (Commercial, 1976)

Views: 777

Here's an animated commercial for Cricket and Super Cricket lighters by Gillette.

This aired on local Chicago on Monday, March 15th 1976 during the 8pm to 9pm timeframe.

Dentyne - "Brush Your Breath" (Commercial #5, 1979)

Views: 1865

Here's another one of the commercials for Dentyne gum with the memorable jingle "Brush your Breath with Dentyne".

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, November 23rd 1979.

Jordache Jeans - "Kids Got the Look" (Commercial, 1980)

Views: 2700

Here is a weird and cheesy Jordache Jeans commercial which aired in December 1980. (This particular airing is from an Indiana TV station, but I still thought I had to share)

How did anyone move in jeans that stiff back then? Was that "The Jordache Look"?