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Coca-Cola Christmas: The 80s

Coca-Cola continued its successful 'Hilltop' theme continued into the 80s, which also saw a pairing between Coca-Cola and Disney.

A still from the 1989 Walt Disney Christmas Coca Cola ad

A still from the 1989 Walt Disney Christmas Coca Cola ad

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A version of the Coca-Cola Hilltop ad from Christmas 1980


An ad from the early 80s, featuring the 'I'd like to buy the world a Coke' soundtrack, but using a montage of images of children and a little girl's 'Merry Christmas' wishes at the end.


Coca-Cola welcomed back Santa Claus for its 1986 Christmas ad. It features kids sitting in Santa's lap making Christmas wishes. The soundtrack is the song "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" and the ad ends with a Christmas wish and 'wink' from Santa Claus himself.

This ad from 1989 uses the slogan 'Can't beat the feeling' and features Santa Claus, alongside Disney characters.

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