Anyway, back in the mid-seventies (when the idea of sexism was something only a few deranged American women went on about) the makers of Manikin cigars, Hunters & Frankau, decided that their previous advertisements had been somewhat lacking and came up with these efforts.
The 1932 efforts were rather lacking on the girlie front
Nothing to do with cigars of course but then many advertisements through the years have featured underdressed young women rather than the actual product.
Fielding Dixon of Dock Green in the fifties didn't help much
You do wonder wther these ad campaigns are only dreamed up by advertising or client executives who think: "What we need is some half naked girls lounging about in the Bahamas. I will, of course need to supervise the shoot myself"
"Hmm...I know what we need" Sixties Manikin man doesn't realise he is about to be replaced by a woman
There were also accompanying TV advertisements (with incredibly raunchy music) also featuring scantily dressed women in the tropics that a teenage Triple P remembers as being particularly stimulating.