BILL CRIDER'S POP CULTURE MAGAZINE
I wouldn't say they "defined" any generation, other than the advertisers.Jeff
I agree that several of those commercials defined that generations. Particularly, the Iron Eye Cody and Coke commercials have remained in my mind all these years. Although I didn't see the Rosie the Riveter sign, I am most certainly familiar with it now and feel it did define a generation of women. The frying egg/this is your brain on drugs has also become an important icon representing a couple of generations. Thanks for sharing.
"Mother please, I'd rather do it myself!" heralded elder abuse.
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