Lotto – 1950s Housewife

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The advertisement opens in the 1950s, in black and white. Marie, the stereotype of a 1950s housewife, is dressed in an apron, about to demonstrate a "super-powered" vacuum cleaner. The scene is then transformed by the arrival of four cabaret girls, dressed in vibrant primary colours, who sing: "that’s not super – that just sucks! You can have much more fun for your buck."

The colourful contemporary figures dance with the black and white retro figures, who become increasingly excited.

Jingle: "Lotto is the name of the game."

Catalogue Reference C2490

Year 1995


Production Company: Silver Screen
Director: Roger Tompkins
Cast: Trudy Van Zyl, When The Cat's Been Spayed

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