These St. Louis Commercials Will Make You Feel Nostalgic [VIDEOS]

St. Louis has a never-ending well of classic commercials. What other city can claim the likes of Becky, Queen of Carpets? Or the nice things that Brook Dubman promotes? Our guess is not many.  Some of these commercials have been stuck in our head for decades, and we can still recite them by heart once we press play.

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Becky, Queen of Carpets
One of St. Louis' most memorable commercials, you can't forget Becky as she rides on her magic carpet with the Arch in the background.
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Becky, Queen of Carpets
One of St. Louis' most memorable commercials, you can't forget Becky as she rides on her magic carpet with the Arch in the background.
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 Brown and Brown 
"Call Brown and Brown, if they fought for me, they'll fight for you."
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Brown and Brown
"Call Brown and Brown, if they fought for me, they'll fight for you."
Carol House Furniture The Dubmans have been on our TV screens and our radios for years, advertising their furniture store.The RFT even interviewed Brook himself recently.
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Carol House Furniture
The Dubmans have been on our TV screens and our radios for years, advertising their furniture store.The RFT even interviewed Brook himself recently.
Dirt CheapCheap, cheap, fun, fun.
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Dirt Cheap
Cheap, cheap, fun, fun.
 Don Brown   The way Don Brown ends his commercials (Don Brown TheEntranceToTheHill) is ingrained in St. Louisans brains.
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Don Brown
The way Don Brown ends his commercials (Don Brown TheEntranceToTheHill) is ingrained in St. Louisans brains.