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Feb 07

Willy the Hillbilly – First Mountain Dew Commercial (1966) + Lyrics

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Colored version available! youtu.be Click here if you like Mountain Dew: bit.ly This video was featured on Rooster Teeth’s “Inebriated War-machine”: roosterteeth.com View in Higher Quality: www.youtube.com Download this song: bit.ly This is the first ever Mountain Dew commercial I believe, and it’s called “Willy the Hillbilly” (Which I also believe) I have been looking for this commercial for two years now… And finally found it on YouTube under “Old Mountain Dew commercial” by BlueDragon56. I LOVE! Mountain Dew, and I saw this commercial on the History Channel, when they we’re talking about how Mountain Dew started, so here’s the commercial, and there is also a download aswell ☺ I had to listen to the song for the lyrics (There might be some typo’s) for about 15 minutes, and here they are: Ya-hooo! Mountain Dew! (Gun Bang) Oh beautiful Sal was a stone hearted gal Refusing to Bill or to Coo (Whistle) But Clem was right smart, he appealed to her heart With that gal gettin’ good old Mountain Dew (Drinking) Ya-hooo! Mountain Dew! (Gun Bang) (Aggressive Kiss) Mountain Dew will tickle your innards, cause there’s a bang in every bottle! (Explosion) (Turkey Gobble) At the county turkey shoot Cousin Luke warn’t worth a hoot (Horn) He was hopeless ’till he finally took the cue (Drinking) Ya-hooo! Mountain Dew! (Gun Bang) Now he shoots off the cuff (Gun Bang) Get’s more than enough After nippin’ at that good old Mountain Dew Sure as shootin’ there’s a bang in every bottle Of our
Video Rating: 4 / 5

DVD: www.amazon.com thefilmarchive.org A rural Ozark family relocates to Beverly Hills after oil is discovered on their property worth million. After finding oil on the land, the family is surprised when Mr. Brewster of the OK Oil Company offers to buy it. (The family home is set in the Branson, Missouri area.) After much coaxing by Cousin Pearl, Jed sells the swamp and moves the family to a mansion in Beverly Hills. Upon their arrival, they are arrested because of a case of mistaken identity but are later returned to the mansion safely. The Beverly Hillbillies is an American situation comedy originally broadcast for nine seasons on CBS from 1962 to 1971, starring Buddy Ebsen, Irene Ryan, Donna Douglas, and Max Baer, Jr.. The series is about a poor backwoods family transplanted to Beverly Hills, California, after striking oil on their land. A Filmways production created by writer Paul Henning, it is the first in a genre of “fish out of water” themed television shows, and was followed by other Henning inspired country-cousin series on CBS. In 1963, Henning introduced “Petticoat Junction” and in 1965 he reversed the rags to riches model for Green Acres. The show paved the way for later culture-conflict programs such as McCloud, The Nanny, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and Doc. Panned by many entertainment critics of its time, it quickly became a huge ratings success for most of its nine-year run on CBS. The Beverly Hillbillies ranked among the top twelve most watched
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  1. JusticeLoverGirl

    I LOVE MTN DEW!

  2. angelwingedheart

    @coreymillia420 its pretty good in my opinion not my favorite but its okay. Thats your opinion and respect other opinions

  3. coreymillia420

    All these years and still the most disgusting drink ever made, I’m drinking one now its all there is I’m pissed so and want the world to know I hate Mtn dew

  4. ketchupmanor

    So your telling me, when you drink MD back then, you could shoot like Chuck Norris?

  5. destructoboy995

    “It’ll tickle your innards!” If you think about it “Mountain Dew” isn’t the most appetizing name for a drink.

  6. arcticfox6428

    TheRockandroll420 Both decades were awesome.

  7. MrDef313

    great commercial but not so sure I want my inwards tickled

  8. TheRockandroll420

    60s is way better than the 00s

  9. Palatard

    @fgjeffy
    Also it will tickle your innards.

  10. Simpsons810

    @pbrskater26 Huh? Moonshine still exists, I had some last weekend..

  11. pbrskater26

    @Idonthaveanamelol
    I figured it out not to long ago, the last moonshiner died at 61 name was pop corn sutten

  12. MrSilver9692

    Mou10-doooo! I tell ya h’wat!!

  13. Idonthaveanamelol

    Mountain Dew was slang for moonshine, if anyone -still- hasn’t realized it.

  14. rang3r34

    Ahhh…..One of the BEST sodas EVER! This guy at work drinks the stuff by the 24 pack!!!

  15. MrPacMan36

    @brb1006

    He’s on the Mountain Dew Throwback bottles. Google: Mountain Dew Throwback and you’ll find him.

  16. brb1006

    Why do they make commercials like this anymore and what ever happened to Willy?

  17. acmxrider

    this commercial shows the good old days were you could do what ever you wanted without the government telling you what not to do.who ever said this is racist is an a**

  18. MrPacMan36

    @xcellken1

    Are you reading an encyclopedia?

  19. xcellken1

    @MrPacMan36 You’re such a jerkwad, you probably think cartoons like The Flintstones accurately portrayed the life of cave men, or The Jetsons accurately portrayed life in the 21st century, or that everyone in Colorade acts just like South Park.

  20. MrPacMan36

    @xcellken1

    Uh… This is literally portraying the south in the 60′s… So it can’t be racist xD.

  21. xcellken1

    @MrPacMan36 Extremely steroetypic view of whites from certain parts of the US?

  22. jdawwg92

    4 people don’t like having their innards tickled

  23. supatann

    seems like something from fallout 3

  24. pierre12011956

    een serie die we vroeger gezamenlijk met het hele gezin keken, die grappen en het accent vonden we heel leuk, jammer dat het niet in kleur is

  25. valmol02

    Great show !!

  26. aprilshowerssummer

    I loved this show

  27. madi1192001

    Ccc

  28. matrimoniofeliz7

    Era diver esta

  29. MrCrasshole

    the look on their faces when the oil man is explaining what a phone is,is priceless!

  30. rrip1

    One of my favorite shows of all time. Thanks for posting.

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