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In the radio and television advertisements, the slogan is presented in a singsong fashion with a noticeable two-beat clap near the end, so the jingle would sound like Win-ston tastes good like a clap clap cigarette should. The "clap" noise was sometimes substituted for actors in the commercials knocking twice against a truck carrying Winston cigarettes, or an actor flicking his lighter twice to the same conceit. Winston cigarettes were sponsors of such television series as The Beverly Hillbillies  and The Flintstones.
The latter series would later come under fire for advertising cigarettes on an animated series watched by many children, but Winston pulled their involvement with the series after the Pebbles Flintstone character was born in During the campaign's long run in the media, many criticized the slogan as grammatically incorrect and that it should say, "Winston tastes good as a cigarette should. Malcolm Gladwell , in The Tipping Point , says that this "ungrammatical and somehow provocative use of 'like' instead of 'as' created a minor sensation" in and implies that the phrase itself was responsible for vaulting the brand to second place in the U.
In the fall of , a small furor enveloped the literary and journalistic communities in the United States when Merriam-Webster published its Third New International Dictionary. In the dictionary, the editors refused to condemn the use of "like" as a conjunction , and cited "Winston tastes good like a cigarette should" as an example of popular colloquial use.
After publication of Webster's Third , The New York Times called the edition "bolshevik," and the Chicago Daily News wrote that the transgression signified "a general decay in values. When the players in The Beverly Hillbillies spoke the line, they stretched the grammatical boundaries further:. In and , Winston sought to revamp its image and chose to respond to many grammarians' qualms with the slogan, "What do you want, good grammar or good taste? With the new slogan in wide use, "Winston tastes good like a cigarette should" was retired permanently in In , actor James Garner claimed responsibility for the wording of the slogan during an interview with Playboy magazine.
Garner, who narrated the original commercial, stated that his first action ever to be captured on film was to misread the line that had been provided to him. The jingle was often parodied. The first line was typically, Winston tastes bad like the one I just had. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Advertising Age. March 29, Retrieved October 28, Simpson's Contemporary Quotations.
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Full color 10" x 13" ad with a deep-sea fishing theme. The photo near the top shows a lady fighting her rod as she tries to pull a "Big One" in and the bottom photo shows the two of them, the lady and the man not the lady and the fish, resting afterward with cigarettes. They are, as can be expected, smoking Winston cigarettes and the lady is reflecting on the joy of fishing and the man seems to be concentrating on the lady.
The ad has a picture of a pack of Winston Menthol sitting on a glass table with two straws protruding from the top. The ad headline asks you to "Sip it". Full color 10" x 13" ad that has a tie-in with the Apollo Moon Flight. This is the Space Pen by Fisher. The story is told now about how the U. The picture shows a man with a wry smile on his face holding a lit Winston as he looks at the camera over some tall decorational grass.
The headline says "Me and my Winstons we got a real good thing There is a picture of a barefoot couple walking along a beach, each smoking a Winston while the headline says "We and our Winstons ". It continues by saying "We got a real good thing There is a picture that shows a city park with high-rise buildings prominent in the background. This park is filled with people milling around and, according to the speech balloons, they are mostly debating whether or not the statement is spoken correctly.
There is one person packed into the crowd who is stating that "I wish these people would get off my lawn" but everyone else seems to be discussing the quality of a Winston or the gramatical excellence of their long-time ad campaign.
The bottom statement in the ad says that " Winston may not say it right, but they sure know how to make it right with specially processed Filter Blend tobaccos. The ad has a picture of a lady who is smoking a cigarette as she sits at a table and plays a game of checkers with an older, white-haired gentleman.
The ad headline calls it " Winston's Down Home Taste! Mail labeled truck to put the mail and package into one of several roadside mailboxes while he enjoys a cigarette and prepares to enjoy the cup of coffee that one of his customers has brought to him. The ad headline calls "Winston's Down Home Taste! So Real. So Rich. So Good. The ad headline talks about "Winston's Down Home Taste! The photo looks like it is in a scrapbook and is entitled "Bobby and Me".
There is a peaceful picture of a young couple sitting back-to-back somewhere out-of-doors. The headline calls this a "Duet" as the young man is playing a banjo and the woman, well, she is blowing a bubble with her gum. The text says "How good it is with Winston's finer flavor" and promises that " Winston's real, rich, satisfying taste makes any occasion a little more pleasurable".
They are seen in the middle of a faint package of Winston's. The ad has a picture that shows the silhouette of a couple against the setting sun with a slightly-transparent opened box of Winston visible next to them. As usual Winston "tastes good like a cigarette should.
The bold ad headline says "The Box". The ad has a photo of an intense man wearing a blue shirt pulling a cigarette from a pack of Winston Lights. The ad headline reminds us that "Low numbers are one thing. But not everything". The ad has a picture of a man wearing a brown shirt that has several buttons undone to expose his chest hair and gold chains, very '70s.
He is reaching into an opened pack of Winston Cigarettes and is taking one out as the words "I won't settle for anything less than taste" are bold across the ad. The ad has a picture of a serious-looking man staring straight ahead at the camera as he holds a lit Winston in his left hand and his lighter in his right. The ad headline has him demanding "I want low tar. But taste is a must. The ad headline states that "Smoking is one thing.
Taste is everything. The picture is of a man with stylishly long hair holding up an opened pack of Winston Lights to offer to the reader as the headline urges you to "Taste Winston Lights ". The ad also shows unopened packs of Winston Lights and Winston Light 's while the text claims these to be "The low tar cigarette that's all Winston. All taste. The ad headline asks you to "Taste Winston Lights because they have "The best taste yet. In a low tar cigarette". The ad headline has him saying "I want the best taste I can get.
I get it from Winston ". The ad headline reminds us that "When your taste grows up, Winston out-tastes them all. The ad has a photo of a smiling man holding up an opened pack of Winston Lights to offer one to the viewer.
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