Burger Chef Star Wats Commercial (1970)

Fast Food Commercial

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    Khrys68 Posted 5 years 10 days ago
    Oh Yeah (again), they had two "mascotts" (like Ronald) named Burger Chef and Jeff.
    Khrys68 Posted 5 years 10 days ago
    Oh yeah, I had the poster,too
    Khrys68 Posted 5 years 10 days ago
    I remember Burger Chef and the only thing I kept getting in my "kids meal" for a toy was a spinning top. I had a mega collection of them.
    pearljamownzyou Posted 8 years 1 month ago
    As stated previously, Burger Chef = Fast food chain until Hardees purchased the company.
    Mordok Posted 8 years 2 months ago
    What the hell is Burger Chef?
    pariah556 Posted 8 years 5 months ago
    Way cool.
    jenniferswe Posted 8 years 11 months ago
    When the prequals were coming out, they had Star Wars everthing just about.
    L.A. Lariviere Posted 8 years 11 months ago
    Notice how Darth Vader's shadow appears before he does. Fun commercial though!
    Owepar Posted 9 years 2 months ago
    That is Vilolet from Willie Wonka, isn't it?! Thanks for the heads up on that, Lukeworm, it would've driven me crazy! I don't remember this promotion (nor do I remember Burger Chef), but it's interesting that the Star Wars characters were pimping fast food right from the getgo.
    Athena9188 Posted 9 years 5 months ago
    I think a burger costs something like 45 cents as well. Gotta love inflation.
    kimsy520 Posted 9 years 9 months ago
    large soda for 49 cents in the 70s??? How dare these fast food cretins jack it up to nearly $3 today!!!
    mr3urious Posted 9 years 9 months ago
    Actually, the first Burger King restaurant opened in 1954, and so did Burger Chef.
    Phantasmagoria_3D Posted 9 years 10 months ago
    This must be what they used to call, "Burger King" I bet! They just changed the name, that's all! Remember, McDonald's IS a lot older, considering the fact that it was discovered in the 50s. Telling from this commercial, Burger King (AKA Burger Chef) must've been discovered in the 70s!
    Hailey Posted 9 years 11 months ago
    and do these places still exist?
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