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    Posted 5 years ago

    Amiar
    (33 items)

    This is my 'Little Boy Blue' Bottle...Not the Original Name of this character bottle...
    The detail on the bottle is amazing & I'm not sure what it held... Perfume/Bath Soap/Cologne?
    This bottle is part of my collection of what I call MINI-BOTS
    A collection made up of Perfume...Cologne....Bath Salts/Soap Bottles...Assorted Nail Polish bottles...etc

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    1. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 5 years ago
      Is it a ad promo item for "CALL FOR PHILLIP MORRIS" cigarettes? A give away with a carten of ciggies? This may represent the bell-boy in their ads. Is the hole big enough for those real tiny "bead" sprinkle-out candies, and could it go in purse or pocket? Info on the cigarette and " Johnnie"
      Johnny Roventini, also known as John Louis Roventini and popularly as Johnny Philip Morris, (August 15, 1910 – November 30, 1998) was an American actor with dwarfism.

      Less than four feet tall as a fully developed adult,[1] Roventini was working as a bellboy at the New Yorker Hotel in 1933 when he was discovered by an advertising mogul, who had him perform a page, issuing a "Call for Philip Morris".[2] He reportedly could always vocalize a perfect B-flat tone[3] as he repeated those words, literally over a million times during his career, according to his own estimate.[4]

      He soon became famous as a product spokesman for Philip Morris brand cigarettes in radio, television and print advertising media. He was described by Philip Morris personnel as a "living trademark", and represented the company for over 40 years.
    2. Amiar Amiar, 5 years ago
      Hi Postcardcollector...I'm not sure if that is where this little man comes from but I do know it was made for some specific reason...not sure if it was a program or a promo thing like you say but I am going to look it up now...thank you so much...cheers
    3. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 5 years ago
      Johnny the "Call For Phillip Morris" "dwarf-- wore a red cap and jacket--So if it was filled with some tiny hard candies they would be red--I am pretty sure it is him! I'll post an ad it I can find one, I have a lot of 30s-40s magziines here.
    4. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 5 years ago
      I have found a "Johnny" small advertising figure--1940. Going to post for you to see it temporarily.
    5. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 5 years ago
      It is posted--please take a look--you may have yourself some money there.
    6. Amiar Amiar, 5 years ago
      Postcard collector....thank you so much...I love it...funny how adverts used so many children characters in their adverts...lol cheers....Wish I had the lid...
    7. Amiar Amiar, 5 years ago
      The hole is big enough & yes it is small enough to fit in a purse
    8. Amiar Amiar, 5 years ago
      thanks for the love everyone...awesome info

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