<b>Fictional Cigarette Brands</b> <p>In order to avoid copyright infringements many directors use some sorts of artifices - invent their own trademarks. Various names of transport companies, cigarettes and alcoholic drinks used in films and television shows are <b>"protobrands"</b> made specifically for the movie.</p> <p>Many of such brands have been moving from one film to another for more than 50 years becoming so recognizable that it creates the illusion of their real existence.</p> <p>Here is the protobrand of cigarettes, the design of which imitates the original, actual <b><a href="http://www.cigline.net/?action=description&discount=cigarettes&prod=25">Marlboro cigarette</a></b> brand. <b>"Morley"</b> appeared in 1963 in American television series on CBS, then in X-Files ("The Smoking Man" smoked them), "Mission Impossible", "200 cigarettes", "Prison Break", "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", "Nash Bridges" and in many others.</p> <p>One more protobrand - <b>"Red Apple"</b> cigarettes was used mostly by Quentin Tarantino in his best movies. Firstly "Red Apple" appeared in his "Reservoir Dogs", then in "From Dusk Till Dawn", "Pulp Fiction" etc. <div style="text-align:center"><img src="/img_news/fiction_cigs.jpg" style="border:0;width:600px;height:400px" alt="fictional cigarette brands" /></div>