1920s ads were often designed to appeal to the middle and upper classes.
Many ads, including the ones shown above, feature characters with names like “Beth” or “Ella” and are intended to be more adult than the day-to-day advertising of the time.
The ads also often feature a group of people in a group sitting together.
Many of these advertisements were made by ad agency McCann and were produced between 1930 and 1932.
But many of them also feature people of different races and ethnicities.
One of the most iconic advertisements from the period features a group dressed in traditional white hats and wearing matching suits.
They’re dressed up in a 1920s-era style of white tie, and the ad agency also had a line of 1920s clothing called “The First Collection”.
They were very popular, with many of their designs featuring women of colour, such as the famous “The Duchess of Bournemouth” and the “Queen of Bordeaux”.
The ad also features a young man in a red coat, wearing a black suit and carrying a tray.
The ad was created by McCann, and it was released in 1930.
The advertising campaign of 1920’s ad agency C&G also featured a man in an orange jacket, and he also carried a tray, while a young girl in a white dress stood next to a young boy in a blue suit.
Many of these ads were also aimed at younger audiences.
Another ad, which is shown above is called “Lucky Man”, and was created for a film called “Bubba and the Boogie”.
It’s about a group, including an older man, who has a crush on a girl of the opposite sex.
She also has a cousin.
The older man asks her to go on a date with him, and she agrees.
He then shows her a picture of his ex-girlfriend, who is the mother of his children.
When she asks him what the date was about, he tells her that the date is a date to the movies.
She asks him to please let her go.
He tells her to look after her grandchildren and she does.
They get married in a short time, and later he brings her flowers and a bag.
She later sees the film “The Boogie” and says that it’s “the greatest thing I’ve ever seen”.
This is one of the ad campaigns from the film, “Bubbly” and was released on September 21, 1930.
The story is set in 1930s New York City.
The character in the ad is named Lucky Man.
This advertisement for a New York Times reporter, named “Nancy”, is one from the 1930s.
Lucky Girl from the 1940s.
The advertisement is for a 1950s movie called “My Sweet Baby”.
Another one from this same time period, titled “My Best Friend’s Girl” is featured.
A woman in a pink dress is seen sitting in a booth, waiting for a friend of hers to arrive.
She walks by the girl in the white dress, who looks like a model, and her friend asks her if she’s ready to go out with the boy.
The girl says that she’s fine, but she wants to see the movie.
She then asks her friend to get her something to drink.
She tells the girl to wait in line for them, but the girl looks confused.
She says she’ll take her to a movie with the boys, but then she gets in the car and drives away.
The scene then cuts to the girl walking down the street, saying “Oh no!
That’s the girl from the movie!”
The girl then looks up and sees her friend in the movie again.
These ads are also shown in “Buck Rogers: The Great Movie Show”, a movie about Buck Rogers.
“Nancy” and “The Girl” from the 1950s.