April 13, 2011: France

Today I added 20 more ads, all from March 1965. There's one in the Random Pages gallery, a Toledo Blade schedule of Saturday, 3/13/65 Radio Newscasts. There are ten ads in the Channel 11 gallery including a Monday, 3/15/65 ad for France: Conquets and Liberation, a one-hour documentary. There are nine more ads for movies on Friday Night at the Movies, Hollywood Spectacular, The Big Show, Night Owl Theater and The One O'Clock Movie. There's a Thursday, 3/11/65 ad for "The Desert Rats" (Richard Burton), a Friday, 3/12/65 ad for "Blackboard Jungle" (Glenn Ford) and a Saturday, 3/13/65 ad for "Any Number Can Play" (Clark Gable). There's also a Monday, 3/15/65 ad for "Not as a Stranger" (Robert Mitchum) and "Angels in the Outfield" (Paul Douglas) and a Tuesday, 3/16/65 ad for three more, "The Gene Krupa Story" (Sal Mineo), "Not as a Stranger" and "Tarzan and the Slave Girl" (Lex Barker). Next is a Wednesday, 3/17/65 ad for "To the Ends of the Earth," "The Helen Morgan Story" (Paul Newman, Ann Blyth) and "Enemy From Space" and a Thursday, 3/18/65 ad for "Tonight's the Night," "Dream Wife" (Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr) and "Mighty Ursus" (Ed Fury). And finally, there's a Friday, 3/19/65 ad for "White Witch Doctor" (Robert Mitchum) and a Saturday, 3/20/65 ad for "In Love and War" (Sheree North, Robert Wagner). There are nine more ads in the Channel 13 gallery for movies on Movietime 13, The Friday Night Movie and The Saturday Night Movie. There's a Thursday 3/11/64 ad for "Ghost of the China Sea," a Friday, 3/12/65 ad for "It Happened to Jane" (Doris Day, Jack Lemmon), a Saturday, 3/13/65 ad for "Two Women" (Sophia Loren) and a Monday, 3/15/65 ad for "Killers from Space." There's also aTuesday, 3/16/65 ad for "Bomba and the Elephant Stampede" (Johnny Sheffield), a Wednesday, 3/17/65 ad for "The Killer Shrews," a Thursday 3/18/65 ad for "Bomba and the Golden Idol," a Friday, 3/19/65 ad for "The Big Land" (Alan Ladd) and a Saturday, 3/20/65 ad for "Who Was That Lady?" (Dean Martin, Tony Curtis). More vintage ads from the online archives of The Toledo Blade are on the way...