Cisco Pike (1972) Rare 20 Sec. Spot w/ Hilarious Bufferin Ad!





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Published on Jul 31, 2013

Cisco Pike is a 1972 drama written and directed by Bill L. Norton. It stars Kris Kristofferson as a musician fallen on hard luck who turns to dealing marijuana as a means of income. The film also stars Karen Black, Harry Dean Stanton, Antonio Fargas, Gene Hackman, Viva, and Texas musician Doug Sahm. This film was not widely embraced by audiences on its initial release but has become a cult movie. Much of its cult status comes from fans of Kris Kristofferson and Doug Sahm, but it also carries a cult status because of its dated (and unintentionally funny) take on the subject of drugs, dealers, and the lifestyle they lead.

Bufferin is a brand of aspirin tablets coated with a substance capable of neutralizing acid (a "buffer"); - sometimes applied generically to any buffered aspirin preparation. It's used as an analgesic anti-inflammatory drug (trade names Bayer, Empirin, and St. Joseph) usually taken in tablet form; used as an antipyretic; slows clotting of the blood by poisoning platelets.

Two vintage commercials, spliced together for your enjoyment from 16mm prints.


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