History IAmNotShazam / Advertising

4th May '17 6:22:57 PM Pinokio
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* In an ad for ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestI Dragon Warrior]]'' on the NES, the hero is called the Dragon Warrior, while in the game, the hero is a case of NoNameGiven and HelloInsertNameHere.
20th Mar '17 10:16:59 AM Pinokio
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* The Nintendo Cereal System ad:
---->''Nintendo! Super Mario jumps!''\\
''Nintendo! In a fruity flavored crunch!''\\
''Nintendo! Here's Zelda too!''\\
''Nintendo! It's berry good news!''
15th Mar '17 12:30:37 AM fragglelover
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* Toys R' Us Malaysia seems to be rather prone to doing this in their ads. The last two times they did special sales to tie in with Franchise/StarWars film launches, they published a line saying "Come dressed as your favorite Star Wars to win a special prize" in their ads. One wonders how they expect one to dress up as Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack or Film/ThePhantomManace.

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* Toys R' Us Malaysia seems to be rather prone to doing this in their ads. The last two times they did special sales to tie in with Franchise/StarWars film launches, they published a line saying "Come dressed as your favorite Star Wars to win a special prize" in their ads. One wonders how they expect one to dress up as Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack or Film/ThePhantomManace.Film/ThePhantomMenace.
15th Mar '17 12:19:21 AM RAMChYLD
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* Toys R' Us Malaysia seems to be rather prone to doing this in their ads. The last two times they did special sales to tie in with Franchise/StarWars film launches, they published a line saying" Come dressed as your favorite Star Wars to win a special prize". One wonders how they expect one to dress up as Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack or Film/ThePhantomManace.

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* Toys R' Us Malaysia seems to be rather prone to doing this in their ads. The last two times they did special sales to tie in with Franchise/StarWars film launches, they published a line saying" Come saying "Come dressed as your favorite Star Wars to win a special prize".prize" in their ads. One wonders how they expect one to dress up as Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack or Film/ThePhantomManace.
14th Mar '17 8:31:45 PM RAMChYLD
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* Toys R' Us Malaysia seems to be rather prone to doing this in their ads. The last two times they did special sales to tie in with Franchise/StarWars film launches, they published a line saying" Come dressed as your favorite Star Wars to win a special prize". One wonders how they expect one to dress up as Film/StarWarsTheEmpireStrikesBack or Film/StarWarsThePhantomManace.

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* Toys R' Us Malaysia seems to be rather prone to doing this in their ads. The last two times they did special sales to tie in with Franchise/StarWars film launches, they published a line saying" Come dressed as your favorite Star Wars to win a special prize". One wonders how they expect one to dress up as Film/StarWarsTheEmpireStrikesBack Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack or Film/StarWarsThePhantomManace.Film/ThePhantomManace.
14th Mar '17 8:31:18 PM RAMChYLD
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* Toys R' Us Malaysia seems to be rather prone to doing this in their ads. The last two times they did special sales to tie in with Franchise/StarWars film launches, they published a line saying" Come dressed as your favorite Star Wars to win a special prize". One wonders how they expect one to dress up as Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack or Film/ThePhantomManace.

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* Toys R' Us Malaysia seems to be rather prone to doing this in their ads. The last two times they did special sales to tie in with Franchise/StarWars film launches, they published a line saying" Come dressed as your favorite Star Wars to win a special prize". One wonders how they expect one to dress up as Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack Film/StarWarsTheEmpireStrikesBack or Film/ThePhantomManace.Film/StarWarsThePhantomManace.
14th Mar '17 8:30:51 PM RAMChYLD
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* A radio spot for the (American-owned) chain of Japanese cuisine/teppanyaki restaurants, Benihana, features a customer coming in and asking to speak to Mr. Hana. The ''maître d''' explains to him that there is no such person; "Benihana" means "safflower" in the Japanese language, he says. The customer retorts, "Oh, you can't kid me. I'll bet ''you're'' Benny Hana."

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* A radio spot for the (American-owned) chain of Japanese cuisine/teppanyaki restaurants, Benihana, features a customer coming in and asking to speak to Mr. Hana. The ''maître d''' explains to him that there is no such person; "Benihana" means "safflower" in the Japanese language, he says. The customer retorts, "Oh, you can't kid me. I'll bet ''you're'' Benny Hana.""
* Toys R' Us Malaysia seems to be rather prone to doing this in their ads. The last two times they did special sales to tie in with Franchise/StarWars film launches, they published a line saying" Come dressed as your favorite Star Wars to win a special prize". One wonders how they expect one to dress up as Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack or Film/ThePhantomManace.
17th Dec '14 3:36:20 PM falcon2484
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* A radio spot for the (American-owned) chain of Japanese cuisine/teppanyaki restaurants known as Benihana, features a customer coming in and asking to speak to Mr. Hana. The ''maître d''' explains to him that there is no such person; "Benihana" means "safflower" in the Japanese language, he says. The customer retorts, "Oh, you can't kid me. I'll bet ''you're'' Benny Hana."

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* A radio spot for the (American-owned) chain of Japanese cuisine/teppanyaki restaurants known as restaurants, Benihana, features a customer coming in and asking to speak to Mr. Hana. The ''maître d''' explains to him that there is no such person; "Benihana" means "safflower" in the Japanese language, he says. The customer retorts, "Oh, you can't kid me. me. I'll bet ''you're'' Benny Hana."
17th Dec '14 3:35:15 PM falcon2484
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* A radio spot for the (American-owned) chain of Japanese cuisine/teppanyaki restaurants known as Benihana, features a customer coming in and asking to speak to Mr. Hana. The maître d' explains to him that there is no such person; "Benihana" means "safflower" in the Japanese language, he says. The customer retorts, "Oh, you can't kid me. I'll bet ''you're'' Benny Hana."

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* A radio spot for the (American-owned) chain of Japanese cuisine/teppanyaki restaurants known as Benihana, features a customer coming in and asking to speak to Mr. Hana. The maître d' ''maître d''' explains to him that there is no such person; "Benihana" means "safflower" in the Japanese language, he says. says. The customer retorts, "Oh, you can't kid me. me. I'll bet ''you're'' Benny Hana."
17th Dec '14 3:34:46 PM falcon2484
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* The "Target Dog" in the See "Spot Save" commercials is not actually named "Spot". Reportedly, the dog's name is "Bullseye". The "spot" is actually a reference to Target Store's logo.

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* The "Target Dog" in the See "Spot Save" commercials is not actually named "Spot". Reportedly, the dog's name is "Bullseye". The "spot" is actually a reference to Target Store's logo.logo.
* A radio spot for the (American-owned) chain of Japanese cuisine/teppanyaki restaurants known as Benihana, features a customer coming in and asking to speak to Mr. Hana. The maître d' explains to him that there is no such person; "Benihana" means "safflower" in the Japanese language, he says. The customer retorts, "Oh, you can't kid me. I'll bet ''you're'' Benny Hana."
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