Westinghouse Traveler's Choice 66

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Westinghouse Traveler's Choice 66 is a short film from 1966 released on 16mm. It is held in the Prelinger Archives collection.

Promotional film aimed at retail sales outlets of air conditioners; many different models are shown. Trips are promised to successful salespeople. Clips are shown of the many exciting vacation spots.

Stock shots: Gold coin rotates 360 degrees; many CU of control panels of air conditioners; cheerleader in sweater with giant "W" on it; classic woman as bimbo looking at camera with incredibly stupid expression on face; full-screen golden Westinghouse logo

Montage of 1960s people involved in conspicuous consumption.

Montage of hot vacation spots: Golden Gate Bridge; Miami Beach; New York City; pro football games; Capitol; Grand Canyon; Niagara Falls.

Puerto Rico, Caribe Hilton; hotel scenes: cocktails, beach, pool; lots of neon signs; fire juggling [film is kind of speeded up]; hula dancing; Old San Juan; lots of beach scenes; montage of golf, tennis, sunbathing

Rio de Janieiro, Copacabana, Sugarloaf; Brasilia; Caracas, Venezuela;

bullfighting; women waterskiing; diving off board;

SURREALISM: Blonde woman in close-fitting 60s dress dances around models of home air-conditioning units; also dances without air conditioners

Westinghouse Traveler's Choice 66
Produced byHandy (Jam) Organization
Handy (Jam) Organization
Distributed byHandy (Jam) Organization
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