Ads From Your Childhood That Will Be In Your Head Forever

Do you know how many licks it takes to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop? We may never know, but you’ll certainly remember these commercials we all grew up with. To see how it all goes down in the ad world, check out The Pitch, Mondays at 10/9c only on AMC.

1. Coca-Cola: "Dance"

From the 1990s.

2. Oscar Mayer / Life Cereal

From the 1970s.

3. Diet Pepsi: "New Neighbor"

From 1987.

4. Folgers: "Peter Comes Home for Christmas"

From the 1980s, but aired throughout the ’90s as well.

5. McDonald's: "Piano Recital"

From 1986.

6. Bubble Tape: "Gym Teacher & Lunch Lady"

From 1991.

7. Blow Pop

From the 1970s.

8. Ring Pop: "Kiss the Ring"

From the 1990s.

9. Reese's: "There's No One Way to Eat a Reese's"

From the 1980s.

10. Lite-Brite

From the 1980s.

11. My Little Pony

From the 1980s.

12. MicroMachines

From the 1980s.

13. Teddy Ruxpin

From the 1980s.

14. Taco Bell: "Yo Quiero Taco Bell"

From 1997.

15. Beef Industry Council: "Beef, It's What's for Dinner"

From 1993.

16. Pure Moods CD

From the 1990s.


From the 1990s.

18. Slim Jim: "Macho Man (Randy Savage)"

From 1996.

19. California Milk Processor Board: "Got Milk?"

Original ad from 1993.

20. Tootsie Pop: "How Many Licks Does It Take to Get to the Center of a Tootsie Pop?"

From 1970.

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