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wilmagirl

  • As Copy Group head of Doner, the ad agency for Tootsie Roll in 1969-71, and as sole writer and creator of this commercial I wondered who Harry Ellsworth was and where he was standing in my office when the storyboard was blank. I looked up the Clio archives for 1970. He was the Client Supervisor, which meant he worked for Tootsie Roll and had the good judgement to approve the commercial as sh6wn. H6wever, he did not write or produce the commercial.

    Mr. Cow

    • 7 years ago
    • 293,086 views
    You've probably never seen this. It's the original 60 second version of "How many Licks does it take to get to the tootsie Roll center of a Tootsie Pop". This commercial aired in 1969 and may be t...
  • A great idea, brilliantly done!

    500 Years of Female Portraits in Western Art

    by Philip Scott Johnson

    Music: Bach's Sarabande from Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007 performed by Yo-Yo Ma

    Nominated as Most Creative Video
    2nd Annual YouTube Awards

    For a comple...
  • Don't pay attenttion to the negative comments. As the guy who created, wrote and drew the characters in the original Mr Owl spot

    (actually called "Mr. Cow") back in 1969, I think you did a great job and I got a real kick out of it!

  • Funny you should mention it. I just posted the original full 60 version on Youtube today, I can't find it, but it's there. I was the writer/artist. It was produced in 1969.

    Tootsie Pop Kid

    Tootsie Pop movie
  • As the creator of this commerical, I can tell you it was produced in 1969, and won a Clio as best children's commercial in 1970, 1984 has no relavence to it whatsoever. It was originally a 60 second spot, which by the way, I just posted to Youtube today.

    Tootsie Pop Commerical

    From Saturday Morning Cartoon Block, WCBS-TV Channel 2, 1984.
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