Information on placement of cigarettes, cigars, and other tobacco products in movies and on TV.
Formerly secret tobacco industry memo shows how the tobacco giant paid for actors to smoke cigarettes in movies; movies, actors, and situations are listed.
A formerly secret memo outlines the movies, the money paid, and the stars who took the money to feature smoking cigarettes in the movies; also details such as the second set of books, the preference for some stars to get paid in jewelry, cash, or cars instead of checks, and TV shows used.
Formerly secret tobacco industry memo explains exactly how it's done.
Article in scientific journal provides an unprecedented look at the history and results of tobacco industry investment and influence in moviemaking and imagemaking in Hollywood.
Study measured tobacco use in the top 250 US box-office films over the last 10 years, finds smoking in over 85%, and specific brand appearances in almost 30%.
RJR one-page summary of recent product placement of RJR cigarettes in movies. Names the movies and the actors involved.
Recent research at Dartmouth shows the influence of on-screen smoking.
Industry documents produced in Mangini v. R.J. Reynolds provide a rare inside look at product placement. In some cases itemizes the cigarette brand, the promotional fees paid, the movies and TV shows used, stars, and production companies involved.
UCSF project challenges the movie industry to stop taking cash or other arrangements for featuring tobacco brands in their films; gives examples and statistics on how much smoking goes on on-screen.
An educational program to take the glamor out of smoking in the movies.
Australian newspaper article on Australian film stars and filmmaking and their promotion of smoking on screen.
Current movie smoking reviews, updated every week, reviewing the top 10 movies for tobacco content and smoking celebrities, by the American Lung Association of Sacramento.
Hollywood has been colluding with the tobacco industry for years and continues to do so despite a voluntary agreement to curb indirect tobacco advertising in films, a study shows.
BBC article reports on ways the tobacco industry will get around the upcoming tobacco advertising ban in Europe; focus is on product placement and brand stretching.
Knight Ridder article covers movies in which Philip Morris and other tobacco companies did product placement of cigarettes and cigars.
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