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After your strenuous workout at the tennis club, you need a Babycham
We’d all love to have a cute little deer magic up a refreshing beverage after a spot of tennis. When Babycham was introduced in 1953 it was targeted especially at women, and aspirational women at that. This part-animated ad from 1957 is no exception. Up to that point women ordering a drink might have settled for a sherry or port and lemon, but with the introduction of Babycham they could opt for a drink with a sense of sophistication, a “genuine champagne perry”.
Advert 1959 1 mins
A young Michael Caine bursts on to the scene as a cheeky soldier in this delightful advert for Watney's beer.
Advert 1976 1 mins
Pete and Dud prove to be stout football fans in this Guinness commercial recalling a great sporting moment - however fleeting.
Advert 1978 1 mins
An example of the long-running Brooke Bond PG Tips advertising campaign, with talking chimpanzees dressed as humans.
Advert 1955 1 mins
An RAF squadron are alerted to an attack. Flying toucans raid the officers mess and fly off with glasses of Guinness.
Advert 1935 5 mins Silent
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Advert 1900 1 mins Silent
One of the earliest surviving British adverts
Drama 2023 2 mins
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Romance 2023 2 mins
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Charity appeal 1939 10 mins
Long thought lost, this Powell-directed promotional short for a veteran’s charity was only rediscovered in 2003.
Documentary 1941 6 mins
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Comedy 2023 2 mins
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Documentary 2023 2 mins
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