"Maytag" (USA, 52+2J)
1. WWPCM08721/01: edition c. 1970 by "

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2. WWPCM08721/02: edition c. 1990

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3. WWPCM08721/03: unknown edition


Maytag Repairman - In 1967, the Maytag Company located in Newton, Iowa hired actor Jesse White to portray their Maytag Repairman on television commercials. His character (1967-1988) symbolized the reliability of Maytag products to the extent that their repairman never got any repair calls and thus became the "loneliest man in town." The Maytag Repairman was created by the Leo Burnett Advertising Agency based in Chicago. In  1989, Maytag replaced Jesse White as their spokesperson (he died in Los Angeles on January 9th, 1997 at the age of 78 from cardiac arrest) and in turn hired actor Gordon Jump who previously starred in the sitcom WKRP IN CINCINNATI as Arthur "Big Guy" Carlson, a bumbling radio station manager.