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Vintage Celebrity Cigarette Advertisements

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Vintage slideshow of celebrities promoting the Tobacco Industry's Death Product. More often than not, when used as directed, this product even killed the celebrity. Take a look backwards to view the …

Vintage slideshow of celebrities promoting the Tobacco Industry's Death Product. More often than not, when used as directed, this product even killed the celebrity. Take a look backwards to view the future of e-cigarette lies told by Big Smoke Companies.

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  • Powerful message about the harmful effects of smoking / nicotine addiction. Of course, this is now contrasted also with the good news that treatment is possible, and these horrible deaths don't need to be replicated any longer.
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  • 1. VINTAGE TOBACCO ADS BY CELEBRITIES Taking a look at celebrity cigarette ads that promoted tobacco companys’ billion dollar death industry. Often the death included that of the celebrity.
  • 2. Desi Arnaz Sr. Mar 2, 1917 - Dec 2, 1986. Lung Cancer.
  • 3. Dick Powell. Nov 14, 1904 - Jan 2, 1963. Lymphoma.
  • 4. Kirk Douglas. Dec 9, 1916 – Smoked 2 packs a day. Quit in 1952
  • 5. John Wayne. May 26, 1907 - Jun 11, 1979. Lung/Stomach Cancer. Smoked 6 packs a day.
  • 6. Linda Darnell. Oct 16, 1923 - April 10, 1965. Fell asleep with a lit cigarette.
  • 7. Brian Kelly. Nov 14, 1921 – Jun 24, 1997. Suicide – Lung cancer and Emphysema.
  • 8. Joan Crawford. Mar 23, 1904 – May 10, 1977. Heart Attack.
  • 9. Phil Silvers. May 11, 1911 - Nov 1, 1985. Stroke.
  • 10. Roger Maris. Sept 10, 1934 - Dec 14, 1985. Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Legacy: Roger Maris Cancer Center, Fargo, N.D.
  • 11. Bing Crosby. May 3, 1903 - Oct 14, 1977. Heart Attack. 1973 had orange-sized tumour removed from his lung.
  • 12. Gary Cooper. May 7, 1901 - May 13, 1961. Lung cancer.
  • 13. Bob Hope. May 29, 1903 - July 27, 2003 Quit smoking 40+ years earlier.
  • 14. Ronald Regan. Feb 6, 1911 - June 5, 2004. Never smoked.
  • 15. Rita Hayworth. Oct 17, 1918 – May 14, 1987. Alzheimer’s.
  • 16. Anne Baxter. May 7, 1923 - Dec 12, 1985. Brain Aneurysm.
  • 17. Glenn Ford. May 1, 1916 - Aug 30, 2006. Quit Smoking in 1958.
  • 18. Gregory Peck. Apr 5, 1916 - Jun 12, 2003. Bronchopneumonia. Quit smoking in the 1970’s.
  • 19. Tyrone Power. May 5, 1914 - Nov 15, 1958. Heart Attack.
  • 20. Claudette Colbert. Sept 13, 1903 - Jul 30, 1996. Stroke.
  • 21. Robert Montgomery. May 21, 1904 - Sept 27, 1981. Cancer.
  • 22. Edmund Lowe. Mar 3, 1890 - Apr 21, 1971. Lung Cancer.
  • 23. A 28 day program costs about the same as one year of cigarettes. www.serenityvista.com  Nicotine addiction may be more difficult to treat than heroin or cocaine addiction. If you can stop with will power, or cold turkey, that is great. If you cannot, you may need residential drug rehab.  Serenity Vista Drug Rehab in Panama treats alcohol, nicotine and other drug addictions in 28 – 91 day programs.