Ad about a new TV show called “Topo Gigio” and the broadcasting of a World Cup match in Mexico, 1970
In 1972, two ad agencies offers opposite perspectives from Brazilian TV shows
And now, what do you think?
Ad about the opening of the first Brazilian Subway line, São Paulo on September 14th, 1974
Marcos Valle performing “Mais do que Valsa”, 1973
PAN AM BRAZIL travel poster (1972) - ODE TO BRAZIL (Part 5)
Well after Stan Getz then Jean-Paul Belmondo (see Part 4) popularized those beaches, the whole world wanted to experience the Copacabana and Ipanema dreamy bays of Rio de Janeiro, filled with sun and the most beautiful women in the world.
While Pan Am airlines no longer exists (video here), the legend of those beaches still persist
1972 commercial Pan Am Airlines poster
This poster courtesy of ILLUSTRACTION GALLERY
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Braniff International Airways - Toucan - Vintage Airline Travel Poster c.1960s
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Braniff International Airways - Vintage Airline Travel Poster c.1950s
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Braniff International Airways - Cable Car to Sugar Loaf Mountain - Vintage Airline Travel Poster c.1950s
Agostinho dos Santos performing “Manhã de Carnaval”, Black Orpheus’ soundtrack, 1959