Mean Mary Jean Plymouth 1970s Commercial

From 1974 to 1975, Judy Strangis was a pitch-woman for Chrysler Corporation in the role of "Mean Mary Jean". Wearing a football jersey," she promoted the Plymouth "Duster" and "Road Runner" vehicle lines. Often appearing at Chrysler promotions and auto shows around the country.

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