A couple of generic commercials for a for-profit vocational training school featuring a faceless taxi fare riding though a rain-soaked park somewhere in Atlanta. The names have been changed, but the script is the same.
Is your future secure? Learn to drive a tractor-trailer in the newly deregulated trucking industry and be your own boss! Vocational training center adverts like this one were in heavy rotation in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
15 second advert clip from TBS advertising the evening movie: 2010: The Year We Made Contact
Two presumably New Yawkuhs muse poetically about how the new Arby’s country fried steak sandwich makes them feel like they’re in the country.
A little slice of inoffensive Americana in the late 1980s: slicked-back hair, leg warmers, oversized sweaters, slimline telephones, neon, basketball, and crisp Washington Apples.
Montage of late-1980s Atlanta to advertise the paper that “Covers Dixie like the dew”.
TV advertising spot for Tom Selleck in Peter Yates’s “An Innocent Man”, a drama about corruption, justice, and a fantastic moustache!