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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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Walt Henderson
A mighty pretty pickle, indeed.
Rodents of Unusual Size
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
2:32.
Timothy A. Bear
Second best part of the drive-in.
The Townleybomb
Jaded denizen of the 21st century that I am, how I long for a simpler time when corn dogs were a novelty.
KnowFuture
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
How were the Ice Ages, anyway? Did you make a lot of delicious snowcones?

Xenocide
300 year old meat? I'm there!
MrBuddy
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
I always howl after eating a bbq sammidge too.
RandomFerret
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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