Once upon a time, tobacco was taste of space and the future.
“A man’s horizons may change overnight. His tastes don’t. The man who wants the honest taste of fine tobacco finds it in a Lucky Strike- and he always will. This is the cigarette that made fine tobacco famous. the one with the taste no other cigarette can touch. Remember how great cigarettes used to taste? Luckies still do!”
“Camels are ‘standard equipment’ with me, says Tom Floyd, taking off to check cold-room tests in actual flight.”
“Lady astronaut? Betty Skelton, the first woman to participate in the rigorous astronaut tests, also holds more aviation and automotive records combined than any other person in history. Her cigarette- Camel. She appreciates Camel’s easygoing mildness and rich, good taste. But most of all, she appreciates the real smoking satisfaction she enjoys every time she lights up.”
“All the world enjoys a Marlboro. For everyone knows the special quality of this fine American cigarette. Marlboro’s full-flavored blend comes from the land that grows most of the world’s best tobaccos. People everywhere have made it the best-selling cigarette in the famous Flip-Top box. For richer taste and a fine Selectrate filter try Marlboro. You get a lot to like, a lot to satisfy you.”
“The Cigarette of the future in today’s world. His firm, soft tip … its pure white filter … the unique flavor of True … its original blue and white pack … all True makes a different cigarette, cigarette exclusive … the future in the world today! Discover the future. Smoke True.”
“If aliens are smart enough to travel through space, why do they keep abducting the dumbest people on earth?”
“A limited edition cigarette to celebrate the first international space link-up.”