Who Knew Whitey Ford and Salvador Dali Were Homeys?

Continuing our recent trend of posting surreal airline advertisements from the 70’s, who would have thunk that Whitey Ford would be asking advice from a completely out-of-his-gourd Salvador Dali on the best way to throw a knuckleball? But all that happens on Braniff Air… and more!

Ladies with beautiful breasts and perfect, apple-shaped bottoms, take note of Braniff Airlines’ sage advice: “If you’ve got it, flaunt it!” Totally.

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  1. Paul D says:

    They should totally kiss at the end.

    PS: I had no idea Braniff was an airline. I guess that’s where the thing at the end of every South Park episode comes from.

  2. kimdog says:

    From the same campaign as this commercial is this little gem:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-hlTmWVOSw

    Andy Warhol and Sonny Liston. Andy’s eyes are only slightly less
    disturbing than the previous commercial posted on the consumerist.

  3. AcilletaM says:

    These are great. I like the Warhol-Liston more. Liston looks like he’s thinking “There’s an inherent beauty to you getting your ass kicked you pretentious, assembly line painting, over-hyped freak!”

    “They like our girls…” Nice!