Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Retro Mall Video - French shopping center 1980

France - 1980

ere's another very zany but swanky French TV commercial shot inside a ritzy looking shopping mall somewhere in France. (Paris? Probably.) This one, a 1980 TV commercial for Miko Ice Cream. Um, enjoy! :)

Also see: Parly 2 Shopping Centre

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Blogger Cora Buhlert said...

Neat! Reminds me of those 1960s/1970s Louis de Funes comedy flicks which were a staple of Saturday afternoon television when I was a kid.

Never heard of Miko ice cream, even though they are supposedly the "number one quality" in France.

Wed Apr 04, 05:58:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Perhaps Miko went the way of dying in dignity. Never heard of them either.

Funny commercial though.

Wed Apr 04, 06:47:00 PM  
Blogger Chris Sobieniak said...

Miko seems to be owned by the mammoth Unilever company, which also owns the famliar Good Humor, Ben & Jerry's and Bryer's Ice Cream brands here.

Wed Apr 04, 07:13:00 PM  
Blogger Cora Buhlert said...

Based on a glimpse of the letters "Concorde La Fayette", I suspect that the mall featured in the clip is the shopping concourse of this Parisian Hotel, built in 1974.

As for Miko ice cream, I suspect that it is sold in Germany under a different name, as the products look a lot like the ice cream cones and popsicles of my childhood. And of course, it's sold in cinemas.

Sigh! When did a popcorn stand in the foyer start replacing the cinema ice cream lady, annoying as she may have been?

Thu Apr 05, 09:00:00 PM  

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