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BANNED; The Flintstones and Winston Cigarettes


Advertisements these days are subjected to such scrutiny and regulation it is a wonder that anything can be aired on prime time television, let alone children’s’ television. There was a time when cigarettes were openly advertised on television. Indeed, there was a time when Winston Cigarettes were advertised, following an episode of The Flintstones.
Following the end of one particular episode of The Flintstones, was this special sponsored message:



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