Arthur Godfrey

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This article is part of the Tobacco portal on Sourcewatch funded from 2006 - 2009 by the American Legacy Foundation.

Arthur Godfrey was a radio host who had lung cancer. Godfrey promoted Chesterfield cigarettes on his radio show in 1950.[1] Lorillard dropped his radio show after Godfrey said smoking made him feel bad.[2]

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References

  1. No author. Chesterfield "Arthur Godfrey Time"Radio transcipt/advertisement. December 28, 1950. Liggett collection Bates No. LG0077410-LG0077411
  2. R.M. Pollay Chronological Notes on the History of Cigarette Advertising, History of Advertising Archive. August, 1987. 30 pp. Bates No. 2024985261/5290 at page --5277