Steve Jobs Plays FDR in Apple's Macintosh "1944" Ad
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Entitled "1944" this 8-minute film was Apple's in-house takeoff of the "1984" Super Bowl Macintosh ad.
The World War II-themed film was used to inspire Apple's international sales team. Highlights include Steve Jobs as FDR.

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