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In an era with musky perfumes and innovative shampoos, the body soaps of the s and s had a lot to compete with. Luckily, we kept clean with some pretty spectacular products that promised to stop odors and maintain freshness. Whether these 11 soaps actually stopped odors was one thing, but they sure did smell good!
I was at a talk given by Ed Hume a few years back and he seemed to think this works. Take packages of Dial soap not Irish Spring, open one end of package but don't remove, string these up in problem areas. This is to be first done before the rut season in the fall, before the Deer mark their territories.
It's a trip down memory lane with this potpourri of classic commercials from the Golden Age of Television, including a market place of products to buy: candy, toys, dolls, games, cars, gasoline, tires, beer, watches, hair cream, cigarettes. Keds sneakers; the Crest Test; great car commercials with Hertz putting you in the driver's seat; Esso gasoline; Shari Lewis spots and much, much more! The interview is interrupted by a couple of extended plugs for social security, and Amsterdam also reveals that he was, at that time, a vice president at American International Pictures, and several films they have in production. TV sets with automatic on and off switch, G.
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It was the world's first antibacterial soap. Dial was developed by a chemist from Armour and Companya meat-packing company, and introduced in the Chicago market in Dial was introduced nationally in and was advertised as "the first active, really effective deodorant soap in all history [because it] removes skin bacteria that cause perspiration odor".
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