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'So Rich, Mild, and Fresh': A Critical Look at TV Cigarette Commercials: 1948-1971

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University of North Texas / Department of Radio, Television & Film
added Sep 26, 2002 00:00
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Virginia Slims TV Commercial

Ghostship Archive
added Sep 20, 2002 00:00
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Search for a Safe Cigarette: Anatomy of a Cigarette

added Aug 1, 2001 00:00
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MCFADDEN: "THE TOBACCO WARS": Cable's fall showcase pauses as Kennedy tragedy unfolds

Seattle (WA) Times
added Jul 20, 1999 00:00
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[UK] "TOBACCO WARS": Behind the smokescreen

BBC Online
added Jul 19, 1999 00:00
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Lose the duster, partner

The archetypical cowboy is a myth conjured up by Hollywood, which dressed him in the wrong attire and then let him ride into the
National Post (ca)
added Nov 25, 1998 00:00

[UK] UNDER THE MICROSCOPE: Actress Rula Lenska, 69, answers our weekly health quiz

. I’m on and off with smoking; I do well and then some emotional hiccup happens, I’ll have one and it’s hard to give it up for a month or so.
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 20, 2017 03:33

[Spain] Pregnant Danniella Westbrook 'boasts after being confronted with £800 bill after trashing hotel room during furious argument with fiancé Alan Thomason'

Controversy: The EastEnders star was reportedly pictured drinking during the festivities as well as holding a cigarette in images obtained by The Sun of her day out at the holiday hot spot
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 18, 2017 22:49

Fans beg Sig Hansen to stop smoking after chest pains scare on Deadliest Catch

Fans have begged Deadliest Catch star Sig Hansen to stop smoking, after this week’s episode showed him suffering chest pains a year after his heart attack. Sig had to be flown out by plane after having tests when he started complaining of pains on the l
Monsters and Critics
added Jul 20, 2017 16:25

VIDEO: There are now more quitters than smokers in Ireland. You Can Quit

The HSE's new QUIT media campaign is a series of TV and Radio ads that celebrates the growing, supportive army of quitters. The new campaign features a cast, including some real life ex-smokers, who have agreed to share their experiences of quitting to
You Tube
added Apr 8, 2017 17:43
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