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Desc:Highlight: Pocahontas makes John Smith a ham sandwich.
Category:Classic Movies, Advertisements
Tags:pizza, hot dogs, drive-in movies, Pocahontas
Submitted:cognitivedissonance
Date:08/13/08
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Comment count is 11
Walt Henderson - 2008-08-13
A mighty pretty pickle, indeed.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-08-13
How did America's obesity rates get where they are? HOW

Also that popcorn looks about as white as anything else in this film strip.
Caminante Nocturno - 2008-08-13
2:32.
Timothy A. Bear - 2008-08-13
Second best part of the drive-in.
The Townleybomb - 2008-08-14
Jaded denizen of the 21st century that I am, how I long for a simpler time when corn dogs were a novelty.
KnowFuture - 2008-08-14
I often fancy myself to be fetish-free but trashy, 1960s beehive-having women smoking cigarettes weaken me.

I have vivid memories of the clip with all the hands grabbing the pieces of pizza. The level of enthusiasm in that one could sell Anne Frank a drum kit.

The disembodied head family from the ice cream bars part, on the other hand, sound like they're having a really shitty day at the studio.
cognitivedissonance - 2008-08-14
How were the Ice Ages, anyway? Did you make a lot of delicious snowcones?

Xenocide - 2008-08-14
300 year old meat? I'm there!
MrBuddy - 2008-08-14
I'm with Caminante Nocturno, five stars for the extreme close up of the guy who's eyes roll up in his head after eating a sloppy joe. Now I know where David Lynch gets his ideas.
Lothar - 2008-08-14
I always howl after eating a bbq sammidge too.
RandomFerret - 2008-08-19
This is when soft-serve ice cream technology was in its infancy. Those brave pioneers couldn't have dreamed of the towering spiral cones we have today.
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