Fake (movie) products recalled fondly

01/9/2006 | NYTimes.com

Unlike the lucrative product-placement movie climate of today, major studios in Hollywood's studio era tended to invent fake products because they believed real ones would distract from a film's content and their own brands -- majors stars like Bogart, Gable and Hepburn. The New York Times' Stuart Elliott fondly recalls ten of the most memorable of these faux items.

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