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Discussion in 'The Golden Era' started by Veronica Parra, Apr 12, 2006.
See what you have done Carlisle Blues?
I posted a sinister looking bellhop who I thought was a child.
Thats just wrong...
Actually the decor of this house actually resembled the house I grew up in.
As far as the Sinister Bellhop goes, google up "Johnny Roventini" for everything you'll ever want to know about one of the most beloved advertising figures of the Era. He was well past 30 years old when this particular ad ran.
Yes and he was the model for the Philip Morris ad
I've edited this thread a bit.
Debating smoking is rather like politics - this isn't the spot for it.
Also: The Bartenders will do the chewing out around here.
Now, back to scary curtain climbers.
Thanks that was a close shave
and this one.... ....look at the face of the lil girl! what on earth!!! lol lol lol
She doesn't appear to be in sufficient pain, considering it looks like her cheek is being bitten off....
lol lol lol lol lol !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Stolen kiss my eye he is giving her a hickey .
Looks like she threw up in her mouth, a little..
La france profonde...lol
Good thing that box of "snowfire" is covering that snowman's mid-section...:eusa_doh:
I remember seeing that ad as a child and being fascinated that he had his bum out lol
This little guy isn't very creepy, but I like his tie:
I put this one up on my LJ a while back as part of a group of truly surreal postcards a friend and I found while sorting through her father-in-law's collection.
But who thought giving bloated babies hammers to hatch out chicks was a good idea? How the poor little things run in terror...
Happy Easter(Glaedelig Paaske).....
My personal choice as the poster girl for sinister children of the golden age - Caril Ann Fugate.
I had never read the story of her and Starkweather before; Boy, is it interesting.