No, I don't carry Old Golds in my medicine kit. That isn't where a good cigarette belongs. Natures chemists created fine tobacco for man's comfort and enjoyment: not for his ills and ailments. Yet Old Gold is a fine prescription. The pleasure prescription of an old practitioner.
This advertisement features a doctor lighting a beautiful woman’s cigarette. Though he insists that a cigarette is “not a ‘cure-all,’” isn’t for curing “ills and ailments,” and doesn’t belong in his “medicine kit,” the doctor describes Old Golds as a “pleasure prescription.” While the ad claims that there are no blatant health claims here, the fact that a doctor is “prescribing” the cigarette, even if only for pleasure, sends subliminal messages that Old Golds are, at least, not harmful to one’s health.
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