Food of the Seventies, Big Red Chewing Gum

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It Is A Hot Cinnamon Flavored Gum The Commercials said To Kiss A Little Longer, Longer With Big Red
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Tom - September 07, 2008 - Report this comment
I know my older brother used to say this gum smelled like a womans Va-jay-jay. I kept think how does he know that and better yet why does he know that? Now its all very clear to me and it does!
James Shepard - September 01, 2009 - Report this comment
I was a main character, with my horse & Queensland Healer Dog in a western-type Big Red chewing gum commercial filmed in AZ in the late 70's (76,77) Is there any way I can get a copy of that commercial? Some of my family never saw it...and MY own family only had a black & white TV at the time. Any leads would be appreciated. Thanks!
Beau Butcher - March 20, 2011 - Report this comment
To James Shepard, My father was the voice of Big Red Chewing Gum in the 70's for the very same commercial spots you are referring to. He has the deep voice saying "Big Red" in the commercial spot.
Rob Lambert - February 04, 2018 - Report this comment
Found a Big Red radio commercial within an aircheck from WLS in Chicago from December, 1979. This marked DJ John Landecker's last evening show, also his last featured "Boogie Checks," in which listeners called in to sound off and shout out, without a call screener, but with a 7-second delay to thwart any nasty words from being aired. Landecker moved to the afternoon shift as 1980 began, replacing Bob Sirott, who moved to television. Brant Miller became the new evening jock at the Big 89. The Big Red commercial was an audio duplicate of the TV spot.

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