Advertising has become a very serious business run by accountants.— Aubrey Malden
“Between The Briefs” is an autobiography with revealing chapters about working with Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, an inflatable doll and a kidnapping in Cannes.
It also tells the story of why advertising guru David Ogilvy fired Malden from a Europe-wide project with Paul McCartney for the World Wildlife Fund.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
London in the 70s was a very special experience.— Aubrey Malden
We now give lectures on how Freddy Mercury at first couldn’t sing.— Aubrey Malden
There were a lot of radical, open-minded people in advertising.— Aubrey Malden
David Ogilvy fired me because I was working with Paul McCartney for the World Wildlife Fund…— Aubrey Malden
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