Video Transcript: Top 5 Vintage Sign Language Ads

Ad 1 – Disney Parks
BOY: Grandpa! Grandpa! Let me tell you about my trip. I went to a safari, I saw zebras, and rhinos...
VOICEOVER: There's a place where new worlds are opened right before your eyes, where dreams have no bounds and dance with the possibilities.
BOY: So fun! Next time, will you come with me?
VOICEOVER: Come live your dream. Disney Parks - the place where dreams come true.

Ad 2 – iPod Shuffle
("Rebel Yell" by Billy Idol)
# Last night a little dancer came dancin' to my door
# Last night a little angel came pumping on the floor
# She said, come baby, you've got a license for love
# And if it expires, pray help from above
# Because
# In the midnight hour she cried, more, more, more
# With a rebel yell she cried, more, more, more
# In the midnight hour, babe, more, more, more
# With a rebel yell, more, more, more
# More, more, more

Ad 3 - Oreos
MOM: Wait, watch me first. First, twist it. Second, like it. Then put it together and dip it in the milk. Now you eat it.
BOY: But I want to eat it like Daddy.
MOM: What do you mean, you want to eat it like Daddy?

Ad 4 - McDonald's
TIM: Surf's up, Lisa.
LISA: You know it's exam time.
TIM: Can't you smell the sea air?
LISA: Cut it out.
TIM: We could stop at McDonald's for a Big Mac, Fries and an icy Coke.
LISA: I'll get my bike. Tim, you have a way with words.

Ad 5 - Kellogg's
VOICEOVER: Introducing a cereal from Kellogg's...
WOMAN: Pardon-moi, can I be excused? Nothing but flakes? Gag me. OK, OK, OK. Hello, Tina. Is anybody home? These taste good! Crunchy! Simple flakes. Wow.
VOICEOVER: Kellogg's Cornflakes.
WOMAN: Kellogg's Cornflakes? Psych!

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