1989 Wimpy Ghostbusters Promo.
Wimpy is the brand name of a chain of fast-food hamburger restaurants based in the UK. It is well known for its burger known as the Bender, which is actually a frankfurter sausage and not a hamburger patty. The restaurants were originally called Wimpy Bars, but the name was shortened to “Wimpy” many years ago. The current owners of the Wimpy brand operate in several countries under the name of Wimpy International.
60’s uk commercial for Frys Crunchie
Crunchie is a milk chocolate bar with a “honeycombed” sugar centre. It is made by Cadbury UK and was originally launched by J. S. Fry & Sons in 1929. Fry had merged with Cadbury in 1919 and Crunchie later became a Cadbury brand.
Cadbury Crunchie is sold in several sizes, ranging from “snack size” – a small square piece – through to “king size”. The most common portion is a single-serve bar, about 1 inch wide by about 7 inches long, and about 3/4 of an inch deep.
In the early 2000s there were a range of limited edition Crunchies on sale in the UK. These included a lemonade bar, a champagne bar and a Tango Orange bar, in which the chocolate contained the different flavourings. The champagne-flavoured bar was initially launched for New Year’s Eve 1999.
1960’s commercial for Frys Crunchie!
Cadbury Crunchie is a milk chocolate bar with a “honeycombed” sugar centre. It is made by Cadbury UK and was originally launched by J. S. Fry & Sons in 1929. Fry had merged with Cadbury in 1919 and Crunchie later became a Cadbury brand.
1979 UK and Ireland commercial for Frys Chocolate Cream.
Fry’s Cream is a chocolate bar made by Cadbury’s, and formerly by J. S. Fry & Sons. It consists of a fondant centre wrapped in dark chocolate and is available in a plain version, and also peppermint or orange fondant. Fry’s Chocolate Cream is one of the oldest chocolate bars, launched in 1866. Cadbury’s also produced a milk chocolate bar called Five Boys using the Fry’s trademark in the 1960s. Cadbury’s produced milk and plain chocolate sandwich bars under the Fry’s branding also.
This particular Fry’s ad is the longer cinema version of 1984 ad. Very well done unfortunately I hated the stuff and still do.
Fry’s Turkish Delight is a chocolate bar made by Cadbury, and formerly by J. S. Fry & Sons. It was launched in 1914 and consists of a rose-flavoured Turkish delight surrounded by milk chocolate. It is widely marketed as being 92% fat-free.
The bar remains fairly popular in the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand where the chocolate bar remains a staple. In Australia and New Zealand the range of “Turkish” products released by Cadbury has expanded to include mini Easter eggs, ice-cream, sectioned family block chocolate bars, and small versions used in boxed chocolates.In the UK Cadbury also manufacture the Dairy Milk Turkish, using dairy milk chocolate with a slightly different turkish centre, in the familiar block bar form.
From the late 1950s the slogan ‘Full of Eastern Promise’ has been used for the product on British TV advertisements. Among those appearing in such advertisements in the 1960s were the model and actress Jane Lumb.
For those of you that are interested, the music for this commercial was created specifically for the project.