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  • 7-Up Radio ad with Eartha Kitt 

    Vickers & Benson (Vickers & Benson, 1965)
    A one minute radio advertising for the soft drink 7-Up featuring the voice of Eartha Kitt.
  • Terry Discusses the Creative Process 

    O'Malley, Terry (Applied Arts Quarterly, 1990)
    In an article published in Applied Arts Quarterly Terry O'Malley discusses the creative process from concepts to materialization.
  • Competition to represent McDonald's begins 

    Unknown author (2009-01-29)
    Correspondence from 1978 between Terry O'Malley and Gary Reinblatt, Assistant Vice-President, McDonald's Restaurants of Canada Ltd. regarding McDonald's account.
  • Terry O'Malley CV 

    Terry O'Malley (2009-02-05)
    Terry O'Malley's curriculum vitae which includes his business experience and accomplishments, dated 1968.
  • Creative Appointments 

    Vickers & Benson (Vickers & Benson, 2009-02-05)
    Vickers & Benson announces creative appoinments, including a promotion for Terry O'Malley
  • Terry O'Malley accepting award 

    Unknown author (2009-02-05)
  • Terry O'Malley as the Boxer 

    Vickers & Benson, Terry O'Malley (Vickers & Benson, 2009-02-05)
    Terry steps in front of the camera and portrays "The Boxer" in a commercial for Canadian Breweries "Red Cap Ale" in the 1960s.
  • Terry O'Malley celebrating with Amstel 

    Vickers & Benson, Terry O'Malley (Vickers & Benson, 2009-02-05)
    Celebrating the opening of "O'Malley's" with an Amstel Breweries product.
  • Bill and Terry 

    Vickers & Benson (Vickers & Benson, 2009-02-05)
    Bill Bremner, Senior Chairman and Terry O'Malley, President and Creative Director
  • V&B promotes V&B 

    Vickers & Benson, Terry O'Malley (Vickers & Benson, 2009-02-05)
    This is an example of Vickers & Benson regularly promoting their creative philosophy and their successes in trade publications.
  • V&B celebrate building milestone 

    Vickers & Benson, Terry O'Malley (Vickers & Benson, 2009-02-05)
    The firm celebrates the construction of new headquarters.
  • 1965 Womens Wear Campaign 

    Unknown author (2009-02-05)
    Highlights from the creative presentation made to Lightning Fastener for the 1965 Womens Wear campaign.
  • Zephyr nylon zipper 

    Unknown author (2009-02-05)
    Lightning Fastener ad featuring the Lightning Zephyr nylon zipper from the 1965 Women’s Wear campaign. See the 1965 Womens Wear campaign creative rationale for a rough draft of this advertisement.
  • 1966 promotion recommendations 

    Unknown author (2009-02-05)
    Excerpt from Promotion Recommendations, May 26, 1966.
  • Nylon zipper and permanent press fabrics 

    Unknown author (2009-02-05)
    An ad extolling the benefits of the Lightning Zephyr nylon zipper. This ad was directed towards the garment industry.
  • 1969 Advertising Recommendations 

    Unknown author (2009-02-05)
    Highlights from the creative presentation made to Lightning Fastener for the 1969 campaign.
  • Rough, tough and dependable 

    Unknown author (2009-02-05)
    Some of your customers could care less what kind of zipper they find in their clothes. All they do is give it the roughest workout.
  • You can count on it! 

    Unknown author (2009-02-05)
    We’re having a really great run on our nylons. In the 1960's and 1970's Lightning Fastener's market share was being challenged by cheaper, but less dependable imports.
  • The same old line? 

    Unknown author (2009-02-05)
    As long as you've got metal zippers in your garments you're selling an old line. Today's fashions are much more demanding. They need what a Lightning Zephyr can give them. Part of the tag line for an ad aimed at the garment ...
  • 1969 memo 

    Unknown author (2009-02-05)
    Memo from Bruce Scott to Terry O'Malley regarding Lightning Fastener Company Limited and Time Magazine.