Marlboro Man


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Marlboro Man

cigarette advertising campaign established new symbol of virility. [Am. Pop. Culture: Misc.]
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Perhaps best known for his starring role in the cult classic action film, Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man, Rourke will be giving fans the chance to grab his autograph and take photographs together.
Meanwhile, American von Hagge - the Marlboro Man in TV commercials - only gets an occasional mention as a consultant.
From the cheroots that became popular amongst army officers and gentlemen of leisure in the days of the West's dalliance with Empire, to the Marlboro Man in the 1950s onwards, the smoking habit was considered one of the hallmarks of elegance and worldliness, initially amongst men but later amongst women too.
As a comic who spent his career in smoke-filled clubs and bars I must admit that the ban couldn't come soon enough; every night you'd come off stage with your clothes and hair simply reeking like the Marlboro Man's Stetson (incidentally, the actor who played the ciggy-consuming cowboy icon died of lung disease, but was never portrayed as having to crouch guiltily outside his ranch to enjoy a quick tab).
For instance, she describes Harrison Ford as 'a real Marlboro man. The type who pours out the beer and eats the can!'
Robert has the demeanor of a military man without a war to fight, a Marlboro Man who has run out of cigarettes.
'The Marlboro Man' posted by Ishad Madan received 193 'likes' and was voted the best.
But religious fanaticism begins to pervade the enclave, and a homicidal madman who calls himself the Marlboro Man is scouring the countryside with his crews, searching for the sick and murdering them.
The three great advertising campaigns of that era were "Diamonds Are Forever," "The Marlboro Man" and the Volkswagen Beetle.
He grabs his sawed-off Lupara shotgun, dons a suede, Marlboro Man shearling rancher jacket typical of the era and feces his enemies in the rugged but pretty scenery of Durango that has been a favorite of filmmakers from John Wayne to Brad Pitt.
No longer does the Marlboro man ride his trusted steed into the sunset, nor the Virginia Slim lady have her youthful appearance.
BOLTON -- A Marlboro man suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol was seriously injured Thursday when he lost control of his car and crashed into the back of a tractor-trailer on Interstate 495 north.