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Robert M. Thompson was a prolific illustrator in Los Angeles from the mid-1950's through his retirement in the 1990's. When Don Draper of "Mad Men" stepped off the airplane in Los Angeles, Robert Thompson was already there, working with top advertising agencies and entertainment companies in this city and in New York.
Vintage TV Art presents authentic, historic, one-of-a-kind television-advertising art created by Robert M. Thompson from 1959-1984. This library is featured at vintagetvart.com.

Subjects in this collection include:

  • Star Trek
  • The Carol Burnett Show
  • Sid Caesar's "As Caesar Sees It"
  • the Dick Van Dyke Show
  • The Lucy Show
  • Ronald Reagan on "Death Valley Days"
  • All In The Family
  • Three's Company
  • The Munsters
  • Gilligan's Island


Just to name a few.

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