A new Twitter follow led me to LongartsZwolle, a blog by a pulmonologist in the Netherlands. A February 1 post needs no translation:
More Doctors Smoke Camels Than Any Other Cigarette
The clip is said, on YouTube, to be a 1949 commercial for Camel cigarettes. I tried to find more on this, first by clicking on the Camel website, sponsored by the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, but the virtual age filter checkpoints asked me for too much information, so I gave up.
Note: Using Google translator, I initially found that longarts means “lung” in Dutch. Zwolle is a city north and east of Amsterdam. But @longartszwolle clarified via Twitter: longarts means pulmonologist. — updated by ES, 2/4/11, 9AM.
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