Weight Watchers is better... Comment posted by ChitownTVFan on Saturday, December 1st 2007 at 3:36pm.
All you have to do to sell a product like that is to get an actor who looks like a doctor, and a very plain looking actress to strike poses in front of a mirror, and even more actors to give verbal testimonials...Actors, actors, and even more actors...Oh my! Comment posted by armitagenlowell on Saturday, December 1st 2007 at 9:00pm.
What's that again,the tooth fairy was Jenny Craig?Wow,the things you didn't know as a kid when seeing those commericals!lol!! Comment posted by SoxOnTV44 on Monday, December 3rd 2007 at 11:13am.
Nice hair, Arlene! (1:07)
This would be much more amusing if the same snake oil wasn't still so prevalently peddled today (replete with legions of suckers continuing to buy it). Comment posted by Studio76Art on Friday, August 6th 2010 at 1:59am.
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I remember hearing somewhere that, after years of doing these commercials, DiMaggio was disenchanted by young people who wanted his autograph because he was "Mr. Coffee" and had no idea about his baseball career.
Something seems misleading here... is it 37 cents for one 5x7 print, with a much greater sitting fee that we're not told about?
Or is this all to get Cheapskate Mom to come in for a big sales pitch in hopes that she'll put away her change purse and actually buy the deluxe package of 75 prints, with a pose in front of each background. With 5x7, 8x10, 3x5, 36x24x36... wait, maybe not that last one!
And if these are "portraits for Christmas," why are none of the backdrops holiday-themed?! I guess they bring those out for Easter...
On December 17, 1982, At Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, the Who played the "last concert of our farewell tour," which was shown around North America on pay-per-view satellite-cable TV to closed-circuit arena outlets.