A 1969 movie directed by Robert Downey
(father of Jr.) A satire
a black board member of a Madison Avenue
advertising agency is elected chairman because each voting member thinks no one else will vote for the black. The new chairman changes the name of the agency to Truth and Soul, Inc.
and refuses to make ads for tobacco
until he needs money.
Scenes in the film: a midget president, a black Muslim in sheik headdress, a Nazi named Mr. Borman and a flasher named Sonny. Black and white narrative is interspersed with fake color ads, for "Face Off" zit cream; for "Lucky Airlines" in which one lucky passenger gets to fly in a special padded area with a quartet of bouncing bare-breasted stewardesses.