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Flinstones selling cigarettes (old commercial)

Well the commercial speaks for itself. But its interesting to see to what lengths the cigarette industry went back then, since Winston was a children cartoon show.

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Added: Jun-21-2008 
By: Gmike
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Tags: cigarettes, smoke, flinstones, winston, commercial, child advertising, funny, offensive
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  • Woops i made a typo. I meant to say: " since The Flinstones was a children cartoon show."

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  • Now I would like you do a parody on this post, impressions and all...

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  • The Flintstoners puffin on Winston's, hilarious...Roll another one there Barney :-p

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  • Actually, the Flintstones was shown not as "Children's Television" it was the first cartoon that was shown during the prime time hours for the family and adults. Hence the advertising and sponsership advertisements.

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  • The Flintstones were produced for adults originally. "The first prime time cartoon geared for adults, the show originally aired from 1960 to 1966, on the ABC network."

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  • Too late LOL

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  • bobs beat me to it lol

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  • Yabba dabba cough cough dooo!

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  • The Flintstones first went on the air on September 30, 1960, it was ballyhooed as "an adult cartoon." I'm not sure what that meant in 1960...maybe that the leads weren't talking animals. Or maybe it just meant that the ads were targeted at grown-ups.

    It aired Friday nights on ABC. That season, ABC opened the evening at 7:30 with Matty's Funday Funnies, a Mattel-sponsored series that recycled old Paramount cartoons like "Herman and Katnip." Then the 8:00 show was a series wit More..

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  • NO smoking cigar allowed on tv cartoon..
    it is bad idea and not good..
    stop smoking cigar in all cartoons

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  • God damn old commercials were fucking cheesy. LOL :)

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  • Winston wouldn't last long around my house, smokin' and jivin' while wifey slaves away. Ballsy and funny, but definitely selfish as hell.

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  • yabba dabba don't

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