This vintage commercial for Dreft Detergent was released in 1937. Dreft was first produced by Procter & Gamble in 1933 and was one of the earliest synthetic detergents.
Watch this animated Norwegian advertisement for Philips titled “How the Light Came Anyway When the Sun Overslept”. It was made by German commercial animator Hans Fischerkoesen. This commercial was produced in three different versions: Dutch, Norwegian and German.
Watch this classic commercial spot for Eveready Batteries which dates back to 1938. It tells of the events surrounding a potential train derailment averted by police officer Harold Sewell in Beaumont, California using only his trusty flashlight that was powered by Eveready Dated Batteries.
Vintage screen ad for Beich Candy’s Whiz Bar. The ad also promotes a “Party and Magic Stunts” book you can get for just two Whiz wrappers and 6 cents in coins or stamps.