Following an agreement between Kerry Packer and the Australian Cricket Board in mid-1979, World Series Cricket players were once again able to be selected for the 'official' Australian cricket team
This ad features players from the popular West Indian cricket team and shows how valuable they were at the time in terms of entertainment and promotion of cricket in Australia.
This clip is a television advertisement from 1999 featuring Ray Martin and Deborah Mailman talking about the concept of Reconciliation in Australia with the tagline 'We can do it.
Kay Roberts (middle) with cast and crew shooting a Seppelts television commercial at Artransa Park Studios.
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'You can kangaroo, you can!', runs the jingle for this advertisement for Sanitarium Skippy Corn Flakes.
This Joyce Mayne ad from 1989 contains multiple layers of delight for retro ad lovers.
The influence of Jean-Luc Godard's science fiction cult classic Alphaville (1965) is evident in this television ad for Berlei.
This collection of vintage Australian cinema, radio and television advertisements spans six decades, two world wars and thirteen prime ministers.
This charming 1950s television ad for Cadbury’s chocolates relies on the audience’s familiarity with the style of love song made famous by 1930s French romantic singer Maurice Chevalier.
This black-and-white television advertisement for the Berlei ‘Sarong Body Magic’ girdle demonstrates the wonders of a girdle that adjusts to the figure, no matter what your shape.