In 1960 New York City - the high-powered and glamorous "Golden Age" of advertising - Don Draper, the biggest ad man in the business, struggles to stay a step ahead of the rapidly changing times and the young executives nipping at his heels. Written by
Did You Know?
Selectric typewriters were not sold until late 1961. See more
At the end of the first chapter, Draper cames out with a 'new slogan': "It's toasted", but it was really introduced in 1917, not in the 60's. See more
People were buying cigarettes before Freud was born.
References Make Room for Daddy
Written by Juan Tizol
Performed by Gordon Jenkins
Background music heard near the end of the story, while Don Draper is traveling on his way home See more