List by year of movies for which product was supplied in connection with Charles Pomerantz and Andrew Varela
List by Year of Movies for Which Product Was Supplied in Connection with Charles Pomerantz and Andrew Varela
This is a list of movies for which cigarettes were supplied between 1976 and 1986. Although this document was found in the Philip Morris collection, it is unclear whether the cigarettes supplied were strictly Philip Morris brands or not.
The list was the result of the efforts of just two product placement agencies that worked for the tobacco industry during this time: Baldwin, Varela and Company in Studio City, California and Charles A. Pomerantz of Encino, CA. They placed tobacco products in an average of 10-16 movies per year.
The list includes such notables as "The Muppet Movie," "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," "Crocodile Dundee," "Airplane," "National Lampoon's Vacation," and a movie called "Maricela," which, according to the document, received an award for "Best Children's Script" by the Writer's Guild in 1986.
Title LIST BY YEAR OF MOVIES FOR WHICH PRODUCT WAS SUPPLIED IN CONNECTION WITH CHARLES POMERANTZ AND ANDREW VARELA.
Type WSIT, INTERNET WEB SITE ; REPT, REPORT, OTHER
Master Bates 2077042005/2037
Collection Philip Morris
Other Num. LIT2025863645
- 1989 Philip Morris document defending product placement in movies
- 2001 contract with Lorillard to use the name "Newport" cigarettes in the TV show Monk
- Proposal to Brown & Williamson to place Barclay cigarettes and Barclay billboards in the Columbia feature movie "The Tempest" for $70,000
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