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The commercial below is one for the seemingly huge Crazy Eddie Record and Tape Asylum, promoting the “Nice Price” albums. We noticed other local electronics chains like Tokyo-Shapiro and Newmark and Lewis endure hard times, also.
The Antar business enjoyed success there, and opened more shops through the ’70s, eventually spreading into Manhattan, the outer boroughs, Long Island and New Jersey.Despite the success, we saw little change in what we feel were the keys to success– terrific audio and video products and these unique advertisements.When the home computer market exploded, Crazy Eddie was there, selling several top makes: Texas Instruments, Commodore and Atari, Timex-Sinclair.Department stores of the day provided one or two if you were lucky.
For well over ten years, he was the spokesman for electronics chain Crazy Eddie.
His name is Jerry Carroll, and his persona while reading the Crazy Eddie ads was…well, crazy.