The full story is here.
But, in short: amateur lyrics put to music for money by studio musician hacks.
"I would sure like to see more fun commercials like that on television."
This film makes the Sterling Silver industry looks like the Freemasons, the Bilderberg Group and the Illuminati all rolled up into one. A plan for world domination unfolds!
The image above is the first cover from one of the more oddball comics firms of the 1970s, Skywald Publications.
You can read the whole of issue number one of Nightmare here, at the Internet Archive
, which also features several other full comics from Skywald.
Nine shots and he can still walk! That must be some weak booze....
Turkish Airlines - Wingo TVC - English from Robotika Films on Vimeo.
I don't know... That bird reminds me of too many other incompetent fictional birds
. Especially the klutzy Launchpad McQuack
. I'm not feeling in good hands--or wings--here.
"Fun to play with, not to eat!" "Impossible to eat!" And why did the last commercial change the refrain to "impossible to BEAT"...?
Yeah, right, impossible to eat. How many of these imitation foodstuffs were forcefed or enticingly offered to unsuspecting younger siblings who scarfed them down?
The message here? Sloppy panties imperil the elderly and the nation's health care policies.
Original ad here.