The Most Egregious Product Placements in Movie & TV History

10 obvious attempts at brand integration, from 'E.T.' to 'The Internship'

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You've Got Mail

Remember when AOL was the Google of its day? Those who do recall how exciting it was to hear "you've got mail!" chirping from your computer when you logged on. Yes, AOL's copyrighted catchphrase was so pervasive in 1998 that acclaimed writer Nora Ephron and stars Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan barely batted an eye at making this now-dated rom-com about two people falling for each other via email. While no money directly changed hands, AOL is said to have helped shape the film, which was peppered with brand references.

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