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DES PLAINES, IL - APRIL 14: The "Speedee" McDonald's sign is seen at the McDonald's USA First Store Museum April 14, 2005 in Des Plaines, Illinois. The McDonald's museum is a recreation of the first McDonald's restaurant opened at this location by founder Ray Kroc on April 15, 1955. The original red and white tiled restaurant was finally torn down in 1984 and the present facility was built according to the original blueprints with some modifications to accommodate visitors and staff. The customer service and food preparation areas contain original equipment and the all male crew is represented by mannequins dressed in the 1955 uniform of dark trousers, white shirts, aprons and paper hats. McDonald's will mark their 50th anniversary with an opening of a new restaurant in Chicago. (Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images)

As someone who works in marketing, I appreciate the commercials that were thrown in my face while I was watching my favorite shows in the 90s.  Mouse Trap, Crossfire, Micromachines were all on my Christmas list when I was eight years-old.  With the 90s being trendy again, it’s fun to go back and reminisce on those brilliant commercial concepts.  Sure they seem cheesy today, but they are far from the horror that the early 1960s were throwing in the faces of kids.  Watch he first-ever Ronald McDonald commercial below!  It will haunt your dreams.

This is definitely on the list for Halloween next year.

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