Noon for the Cook
Yes, yes… the more about these old commercials from the sixties and seventies, the more I understand how far ahead they were compared to us. Carne Montana, with Gringo, the bad Black Jack and the beautiful Dolly, was a mix between a spaghetti western and a rap. Very modern, all set to music and in rhyme, with those endings that — damn — always had to rhyme with Gringo.
It began with:
Up there in Montana among herds and cowboys there is always someone too many among us
And it always ended with: