It also marked, a thousand Italian variety show numbers to the contrary, the one and only time in recorded history in which a satin jumpsuit didn't look like hell. That it was an oyster-colored satin jumpsuit makes this all the more remarkable.Seeing it after all these years, he's even more charming than I remembered. Her? Not so much.
She sashays in like she owns the place, when clearly it belongs to Mr. Short.
This commercial is about a high-priced call girl, right?
Yes. But a "Kind of hip, kind of NOW" high-priced call girl.
The guy she swings at the bar looks very, very stiff. Uncomfortable with a woman in his arms. Ah-hem.I did the Bellboy, and wore "Charlie." Or, did I wear the Bellboy and do Charlie?
It's all the same in the dark!
I thought life was like this commercial - kinda fun, sophisticated music, fab clothes, and my hair always looking gorgeous - only to find out Charlie's crotch smelled better, bed hair was preferred and sashaying in stiletto's was hard. Yet, I still walk with confidence and Mr Short IS crooning sophisticated elegant cabaret music in the background!
And we would expect nothing less, Topher!
Replaced in the Charlie ads and then replaced on Charlie's Angels. Coincidence, Shelley Hack? Also: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=orxmkiH4HUw What the what?
Ohmygad that commercial is so wrong, I will surely post it here at some point. I don't remember ever having seen it, but I watched very little television in the eighties. I was much too high!
Quoth Victoria Wood: "Can you smell my Charlie from here..?" Jx