Tag Archives: VHS Time Capsule

Tillman & Associates: “You Don’t Have To Settle For Less” (circa 1992)

That jingle, though!

Time Life Music: “Tonight’s The Night” (circa 1989)

Could you get any less subtle with a compilation of love songs called “Tonight’s The Night”?

Tom Jumper Chevrolet (Atlanta): “Safe Until July” (circa 1992)

After the 1991 “Cinderella Season” for the Atlanta Braves, every local business suddenly caught Braves Baseball Fever and tried to tie them in to promotions in every conceivable way.

CBS Top Cops (circa 1993)

Does anyone remember this show? Seems like it was a follow-up to the wildly popular “Rescue 911” and CBS’s answer to Fox’s “COPS”

Trident: “Telltale signs” (circa 1989)

Millions of teeth can’t be wrong?

Tylenol: “Arthritis Pain” (circa 1993)

Before everyone was addicted to opioids for pain relief, Tylenol wanted to let everyone know that doctors often just prescribe it for minor aches and pains associated with arthritis.

TBS: “Two Nights of Walking Tall” (circa 1989)

TBS built its media empire on the MGM and WB back catalogues. It seemed that they showed a movie several times per day, saving the best programming for their mid-week late slots to grab viewers from The Networks.

United Artists Ident Card (circa 1980s)

Some people might call this one of the scariest production ident cards in history, and I could see how that would happen. It’s got creepy music and an overall dark vibe. I still like it because it reminds me of the Timothy Dalton James Bond films!

United Way: “Listen” (circa 1992)

When government welfare programs don’t get funding, the United Way is there?

Uptons Anniversary Sale (circa 1989)

Before Kohl’s, Uptons was the neighborhood department store in the suburban South.