“The best TV commercials create a
tremendously vivid sense of mood, of a
complex presentation of something.”1
—Stanley Kubrick in 1987
In 1897, while employed at the Edison Studios, William Heise created one of the earliest filmed commercials, Admiral Cigarette (Fig. I.1). Heise, a director and (mostly) cinematographer of such Edison moving pictures as ...
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