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LM Blue Label

10 packs, 200 filtered Cigarettes, King Size Box. (Tar - 6mg, Nicotine - 0.5mg). Made in Europe.

         Kent Cigarettes are a cigarette brand, first to introduce smoke Filters in 1952.
         Cultural references
         · In the documentary, The Beatles: The First U.S. Visit, the Fab Four overhear a Kent Cigarettes radio commercial, expressing sarcastic interest in it:
         Radio Announcer: Looking for a Filtered cigarette that really satisfies?
         Paul McCartney: Looking for One?
         Radio Announcer: One that will give you the pleasure you want in smoking.
         Paul McCartney: I am, yes.
         Radio Announcer: Well, look no More. There is a cigarette that gives you the better(?) action you are looking for today.
         Paul McCartney: Which One!?
         Radio Announcer: Kent!
         John Lennon: Kent!
         Radio Announcer: ...with the exclusive micronite Filter.
         (Kent "Satisfies the Best" theme song plays and John Lennon whistles along.)
         · In the film Good Night and Good Luck.

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