Jello Ad With Roy Rogers
Video Rating: 4 / 5
It’s a shame that the Roy Rogers museum in Branson is closing and no one wants Trigger or Bullet!! Not even the Smithsonian!! Come on Kentucky Horse Park give them a final home please!!
notice how his promotion says “real soon” kids today want things immediatley! like they expect ya to just pull things outtta ya ass! their probably wasn’t a better more innocent time then the 50′s and 60′s!
Roy and Dale possessed hearts of love not only for each other but for the children they adopted. Their hearts broke when two died tragically.
Following a few years of marriage, Dale and Roy became Christians, giving their hearts to Jesus Christ of the Bible. Dale forthrightly spoke of her love for Jesus Christ in her books. (1 John 5:10-13—the Bible)
on the surface, yes…but it did reach for a higher moral ground than today.
This was a real family. They had several kids, some adopted, I think, and some with special needs. Lucy and Ricky were really married, but little Ricky wasn’t really their baby. Desi Jr. and Lucy were their actual kids. I think these are their actual children in this commercial.
I love Roy Rogers. I’m only 18 but my grandmother got me into his movies…touting him as her idol then…and even now
what a perfect family! ‘i love lucy’ was real to many, as well.
that really was a gentler, simpler time, wasn’t it?
“You can have the swellest dessert…” Boy those were the days. Those of us who were kids then didn’t know it at the time, but we sure grew up in a great time.
General Foods originally sponsored “THE ROY ROGERS SHOW” from 1951 through ’57. Roy and Dale (and occasionally the entire Rogers clan) always “pitched” their sponsor’s products at the end of every episode, whether it be Post cereals or, in this case, Jell-O Instant Pudding in 1956.