They just don’t make commercials like they used to, and judging from this reasonably offensive Jell-O ad from the mid-60s that’s probably a good thing. When you keep things in perspective, it’s not quite WWII Looney Toons racist, but it’s still full of enough old-timey stereotypes to make even your grandparents blush.
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