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Bonanza Sirloin Pit Commercial, no. 1

Daniel Redd

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  •   “Snob appeal. And one heck of a bill.” 
  •  Spurs and a pistol - lots of atmosphere! 
 
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This television advertisement for Bonanza Sirloin Pit compares the restaurant to expensive steakhouses, saying that Bonanza offers the same good food and atmosphere with “hardly any snob appeal.” Bert Rodriguez’s Dallas-based production company, Visual Presentations, produced the commercial. Rodriguez was also the producer of the Clio-Award-winning Old Home Bread commercials that introduced the world to C. W. McCall.