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Ronald McDonald spot #3

Here's the last of our three Ronald McDonald TV spots from 1963, starring Willard Scott as Ronald McDonald, with Ed Walker as the announcer.

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Or, you can move on to McDonald's spot #1 or McDonald's spot #2.

Ed: 2... 1... 0... blast off! And there goes America's moon rocket! But wait - what's that on the rocket? Oh, no! Ronald McDonald! What are you doing there?
Willard: I'm just taking a little ride, proving that McDonald's hamburgers are really out of this world! Ha ha! Might just make it to the moon in record time, too!

Ed: How's that, Ronald?

Willard: Well, first we've got liquid fuel that's the best ever - McDonald's creamy thick milk shakes. For solid fuel, we've got McDonald's delicious all-beef hamburgers and tender flakey Filet-O-Fish sandwiches. This rocket likes 'em almost as much as you boys and girls do! And, in the auxiliary bag, McDonald's crisp golden french fries.
Willard: What'd I tell you? We're here on the moon already!

Ed: Is that a McDonald's drive-in there on the moon?

Willard: Of course! How else could we refuel for the ride home?

Music and singing, while Ronald dances: "He's Ronald McDonald, the hamburger-happy clown, a McDonald's drive-in restaurant is his favorite place in town."

Move on to McDonald's spot #1 or McDonald's spot #2, or return to the Ronald McDonald story.

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