Online press kit

for the DVD

A Talk With Your Kids
About Smoking

 

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player


 


 

Scroll down
for photos

with links to high resolution files


TobaccoFree.org

Contact:
Office Manager
310.577.9822 / cell 310.880.1111
email: See Contact page


To download high resolution photos,

click on links under thumbnails below.


Press release

Published reviews

Online clips from the video

Patrick Reynolds' bio

Statements of support by well known Americans

Recent news articles

Q&A (Covers FAQs)

Testimonials about live talks

The Gilded Leaf - Patrick Reynolds' book
Biography of the RJR family

The new teen worry and pessimism

 

 


Click below for higher resolution images
Photo 45

A frame from the new video,
A Talk With Your Kids About Smoking

45k jpg, original screen capture

836k jpg higher res scan of print made from the link above

780 jpg higher res scan of print made from link above


DVD Box 3D

Large file, 9MB


Click below for higher resolution images
Photo 39

A frame from the new video,
A Talk With Your Kids About Smoking

58k jpg, original screen capture

788k jpg higher res scan of print made from the link above

730K jpg higher res scan of print made from the link above


\Click below for higher resolution images


DVD box wrap cover

Large file, 2MB



 

Click below for higher resolution images

MORE PHOTOS

Live talks press kit

Additional photos may be found at our online press kit for Mr. Reynolds' live speaking work.


Anti-smoking logos
in high resolution files

 

Photos from Patrick Reynolds' book,
The Gilded Leaf

A biography of the R.J. Reynolds family
by Patrick Reynolds and Tom Shachtman

 



DVD box cover

Large file, 718k





Photo 04 - Malboro Country by JoeChemo.org

Mr. Reynolds uses this overhead
in his DVD and live talks to youth.

 

256K jpg

885K jpg

26 MB jpg



 

 


Patrick Reynolds with FOOL overhead
Photo 34

NOTE: Image is small size

160K jpg

Mandatory photo credit: Visible Light/Mickey Krakowski

No fee necessary if circulation is under 200,000.

If over 200,000, please e-mail Mickey Krakowski for fee info: visible@gvii.net.

Tear sheets would be appreciated when possible.

 


Photo 02 - Utter Fool

Mr. Reynolds uses this overhead in his DVD and live talks to youth.

4x6 jpg

5x7 jpg

Web (Not for printing)

 

 

 


Photo 05 by JoeChemo.org

Joe Chemo in a hospital bed.

Mr. Reynolds uses this overhead in his DVD and live talks to youth.


No permission required for students and teachers.
Please contact JoeChemo.org for other usage.

4x6 jpg

5x7 jpg

8x10 jpg

Poster size 5.8MB

Illustrator EPS file 82.6MB

Web size (not for printing)



 

Sean Marsee about age 17

BEFORE

159k jpeg

Mr. Reynolds uses these images in his DVD and live talks.

Sean Marsee, a promising high school track star who started using chewing tobacco in his mid teens. Sean became addicted and died of mouth and jaw cancer at 19.

 

Sean Marsee after cancer caused by chewing tobacco spread to his mouth, jaw and neck

AFTER

182 k jpeg

Mr. Reynolds shows these heartwrenching before-and-after photos of Sean Marsee, who lived in Oklahoma in the 1970's. This part of the video makes a very compelling case, especially to younger children, to remain tobaccofree. Noone will remain unmoved after hearing this sad story.

 

Click below for higher resolution images
Photo 43

A frame from the new video,
A Talk With Your Kids About Smoking
No permission required.

87k jpg, original screen capture


857k jpg, higher res scan of a printout of the link above


Click below for higher resolution images
Photo 44

A frame from the video,
A Talk With Your Kids About Smoking
No permission required.

87k jpg, original screen capture

840k jpg, higher res scan of a printout of the link above


Photo 32 - RJ Reynolds

R.J.REYNOLDS, who founded the tobacco company in 1875, began manufacturing Camel cigarettes in 1913. He died in 1918, of cancer of the pancreas, after a lifetime of chewing tobacco -- ironically, the same product which established his fortune, and earlier, his father's, in the tobacco business. Studies have linked cancer of the pancreas to chewing tobacco. He married at age 53, and died at age 67, when his eldet son, RJ Reynolds, Jr., was just 12. As a result, R.J. Jr. would never spend much time working in the tobacco business, nor would any of R.J. Jr.'s 6 sons.
No permission required for this photo.

203K jpg

5.8 MB jpg



Click below for higher resolution images
Photo 41

A frame from the video,
A Talk With Your Kids About Smoking
No permission required.

94k jpg, original screen capture

903k jpg, higher res scan of a printout of the link above

 

 


Photo 29

BEFORE

249K jpg

1.7 MB jpg

5.9MB jpg Scan 21

Mr. Reynolds uses this image in his DVD and live talks to youth.

BEFORE: Patrick's father, R.J. Reynolds, Jr. in 1946, in good health at age 40. A Lieutenant-Commander in the Navy in WWII, he was navigator for a task force in the Pacific. He smoked since his teens, first Camels and later Winstons. Patrick Reynolds' book, The Gilded Leaf, was published by Little, Brown in 1989. It tells the biography of three generations of the Reynolds family. Now out of print, it may be found at most libraries, used bookstores, or ordered through a book search by www.amazon.com.

No permission required for this photo.

RJ Reynolds, Jr. with emphysema in 1962
Patrick's father, R.J. Reynolds, Jr.
in 1962 with emphysema, age 56
Photo 30

Mandatory permission and fee to Corbis photo

Corbis Image # U1330-545
Permission reqired
- see contact info below


AFTER

203K jpg

2.15MB jpg


Mr. Reynolds uses this image in his DVD and live talks to youth.

AFTER: R.J. Reynolds, Jr., in 1962, age 56, terminally ill with emphysema, caused by his lifelong smoking habit, holding an oxygen bottle. Taken during divorce proceedings against his third wife, Muriel Marston, in Darien, Georgia. He remarried Annemarie Schmidt, and died in Switzerland in December, 1964.

Permission / fee neccessary to print this image
Please contact Corbis Photo Archive:
(212) 777-6200
(800) 260-0444

Permission reqired

 


Marianne O'Brien Reynolds

Patrick's mother, MARIANNE O'BRIEN REYNOLDS, in 1946, age 30, newly married to R.J. REYNOLDS, JR. In order to marry her, he paid $9 million to divorce his first wife. A former starlet under contract to Warner Brothers, Marianne began smoking around this time, because she thought it would please her husband. However, he was very unhapy about her taking up the habit, even though he smoked himself. Later she would suffer from angina and have two heart attacks. MArianne died in Miami in 1985 of a stomach aneurism.

PATRICK REYNOLDS COLLECTION.
No permission required for this photo.

348K jpg

6.3 MB jpg Scan 19

 

 

 

Click below for higher resolution images
Photo 38

A frame from the new video,
A Talk With Your Kids About Smoking

67K jpg

708K jpg

 


291 k

 

 


Click for a larger image
Photo 42

A frame from the new video.

82k_(Has much more detail in audience area, but small file)

892k jpg - Darker, much less detail in audience

 


This image was created from the one directly above it. In one successful art design, it was superimposed with the image at left.

In the version for download below, the black area overhead was extended to create a vertical layout. The extra black area on top left room for poster copy, and matched the image at left when the two images were superimposed.

NOTE: The files below are 28 MB and 53MB TIFF files, and require a few minutew to download.

8x10_28MB_TIFF

11x14_53MB_TIFF

 


Patrick Reynolds around the time he began his campaign, here speaking to 300 children - Click below for high resolution images
Photo 06

Patrick Reynolds around the time he started his campaign,
shown here speaking to 300 children in Boston.

2.2MB jpg 4 x 6

3.1 MB jpg 5 x 7

6.5 MB jpg 8x 10

15.1 MB jpg poster size

Click below for higher resolution images
Photo 09

Patrick Reynolds in 1992
No permission required

4 x 6 jpg

5 x 7 jpg

8x10 jpg

Poster size for lecture promotion


 

Below are images shown in the video:
ads for R.J. Reynolds' candy-flavored
Camel cigarettes with references to cocktails
(these ads were pulled from the market in Oct,2006)


Click thumbnails for larger files.

 

Ads for Brown & Williamson Kool Cigarettes shown in the video
KOOL is now an RJ Reynolds brand; RJR purchased Brown and Williamson in 2005.
Click each ad for a larger view.

 
   

Click below for higher resolution images

FOR MORE PHOTOS

Live talks press kit

Additional photos may be found at our online press kit for Mr. Reynolds' live speaking work.


Anti-smoking logos
in high resolution files

 

Photos from Patrick Reynolds' book,
The Gilded Leaf

A biography of the R.J. Reynolds family
by Patrick Reynolds and Tom Shachtman

 

 

TobaccoFree.org



Contact:
Office Manager
310.577.9822 / cell 310.880.1111
email: See Contact page

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.edwardrawson.com