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Odlum’s: Heaven Only Knows

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Advertisement for Odlum’s flour featuring a nun teaching her class to always use Odlums’ flour, whether they are a novice or a superior cook. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (2810)

Ronson Escort 2000

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An advertisement for the Ronson Escort 2000, in which a woman wears the portable hairdrying system along with other gifts recieved from her family. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (4597)

CIE: Traffic Control Room

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An advertisement for CIE highlighting the unseen work done by inspectors in their control room to keep Dublin’s traffic network running smoothly. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (1934)

Bass Ale: The Dubliners

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An advertisement for Bass Ale, in which The Dubliners are seen traveling from an airport to a Dublin pub (O’Donoghue’s, Merrion Row). where they sing a song and enjoy a pint of the Cork ale. Inside, the group sing a song to the tune of Rocky Road to Dublin and Ronnie Drew drinks from a […]

PG Tips: Auntie Maud

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Advertisement presenting a series of light-hearted scenarios, separated by title cards, where people enjoy PG Tips tea. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (851)

Phoenix: What’s Happened?

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Advertisement for Phoenix beer in which various people share their thoughts on what has changed about Phoenix beer, providing a wide range of humorous responses to questions from the voiceover. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here.   (823)

Royco: Oxtail Soup

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Advertisement for Royco soup featuring Maureen Larkin (wife of a former footballer) and her four football-playing sons who grew into ‘four big eaters’. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (983)

Royco: Cup-A-Soup

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Advertisement for Royco Cup-A-Soup in which Irish television chef Monica Sheridan asks viewers if they’ve seen Royco Cup-A-Soup yet. She asserts that it ‘must have been thought up by a woman’ before opening the packet and explaining how it is made. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (1110)