Judith video guru and fan, Darrin, found this Biz commercial commercial years back. Because this site has changed hosts many times since 2006, I wasn’t able to migrate all files to a safe place. This video has therefore been “lost” for a few years until I
I added 3 more clips to the All Dogs Go To Heaven page. I will soon buy the DVD version of Do You Remember Love? when I have a bit more money saved away. Clearer image caps and video are always good. Please consider donating any amount via
For the last 4 hours, I’ve been cleaning up most of the pages on the site. Now all the galleries should display normally. I’ve also added 3 commercials; they aren’t new, but are now accessible through the menu. Bank of America (1987) Questron Electronic Workbooks
I’m on a tentative roll here. I was browsing through Instagram searching Judith’s name, and I came across a couple of pictures. I decided it would only be fair to ask the person who posted these their permission. So, I must thank James Mercuri (stokedtotoke
Thanks once again to Tracy, a new commercial is added. It’s for Superman hot cocoa. Judith can be seen jumping with the two cheer leading friends: More to come soon.
So, here we go. I plan to switch hosts shortly after the new year. There is a plan I have my eye on. Trouble is, it’s expensive. It will cost $373.20 for the year. I have about $242 put away for it so far. So,
I’ll say it—I’m tired. I’ve spent snippets of time here and there restoring this site as best I can. It’s still no where near where I want it to be. Money has been extra tight so I can’t update as fast as I want to.
Frito Lays Jalapeno and Cheddar potato chips commercials Celia N. Foster November 28, 2017 Uncategorized Thanks to a fan on the Fans of Judith Eva Barsi facebook group, a second, more extended version of Judith’s Jalapeno and Cheddar commercial can be seen. This also made
South Central Bell commercial added Celia N. Foster October 3, 2017 Uncategorized At last, a new find and an update! Thanks to friend and fellow fan, Tracy, here is a 1988 telephone commercial. Judith comes in at the 22 second mark. Tracy, thank you for