Who could forget Rosie and the “quicker picker upper?”
The 1970s brought us some of the most memorable commercials.
If you are like me, you probably loved watching ’70s TV shows.
Watching these TV commercials will magically transport you to a much happier time.
Here are 10 TV Commercials From The ’70s That’ll Make You Walk On Sunshine:
10. Norelco (1979)
Very close but no Gotcha! The Norelco razor commercials put the fear of God into shaving.
9. Löwenbräu (1978)
Tonight, let it be Löwenbräu. This beer commercial featured actor Robert Walden of ‘Lou Grant’ fame.
8. Tootsie Roll (1977)
How many licks does it take to reach the center of a Tootsie Pop? I don’t know, I like M&Ms.
7. Palmolive (1973)
Palmolive softens hands while you dishes. Who knew that dish soap could be so sexy?
6. Calgon (1976)
How do you get your shirts so clean Mr. Lee? Ancient Chinese secret. I think he used Calgon.
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5. Atari (1977)
Every kid I knew growing up wanted an Atari 2600 to be underneath their tree for Christmas. Our wish list also included an Intellivision and a Colecovision.
4. Charmin. (1974)
Is it me, or was there a lot of sexual undertones in this Charmin commercial?
3. Life Cereal (1972)
If Mikey likes it, you know it’s delicious is one of our favorite commercials of all time.
2. Coca-Cola (1971)
This iconic Coke commercial taught us that the solution to world peace was to drink carbonated high-fructose corn syrup.
1. Bounty (1970)
Nancy Walker is best known for playing Rosie, a New Jersey diner waitress in a series of commercials for Bounty paper towels from 1970–90.
She helped make the product’s slogan, “the quicker picker upper”, a common catchphrase.