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Cleveland was also where Mr. Bertschmann met Mary, who at the time was married to an adman who was part of a prominent Cleveland Heights family.
In the title story, adman Bill Whitman — note the surname — dishes a contemplative collage of ex-wives and ex-friends, a resigned and almost free-associative appraisal of his shambled past.
But the style of the illustration, done by 75-year-old Brian Sanders, one of series creator Matthew Weiner's real-life adman inspirations, is perfect.
The film starred Cary Grant as a New York adman accidentally ensnared in an international spy ring.
Founded in 1993 by a former British adman, the firm has worked for companies and candidates around the world, as well as for government and military clients.
The Wachowskis, who wrote and produced the film, and adman Jim McTeigue, who directs, throw all kinds of icons and chewy concepts into their pot.
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: a man who writes or sells advertisements
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