News | 2008
Joan Cincotta | Syracuse Post-Standard (1 Dec 2008)
Smoking in movies is a powerful channel for promoting a lethal addiction.
Scott Bowles | USA Today (5 Nov 2008)
From 2002 to 2008, two-thirds of PG-13 movies included smoking.
| The Defamer (31 Oct 2008)
#7: The arbitrarily enforced 'Tobacco Rule.'
Karla Gayle | Reuters (25 Sep 2008)
Commercial collaborations … are responsible for smoking imagery so prevalent in 'classic' movies.
Dan Glaister | The Guardian (25 Sep 2008)
American Tobacco paid film stars thousands to promote cigarettes in the late 1930s and 1940s.
Shari Roan | Los Angeles Times (25 Sep 2008)
Smoking in movies was a beneficial business deal with effects that linger today.
| UPI (25 Sep 2008)
Persistent presence in mainstream films is rooted in deals made between the film and tobacco industries.
| Der Spiegel (25 Sep 2008)
Qualmen, damit die Kasse klingelt [Smoke so the cash register rings].
| Agence France-Presse (24 Sep 2008)
Two-thirds of the Top 50 box-office actors from the late 1930s and 1940s took part in tobacco campaigns.