The list author says: "Subliminal messages were once used in some theatres as an experiment. They flashed, "Drink Coca-Cola" or "Eat Popcorn" during the movie. It worked. Patrons would actually get up and go buy a drink or popcorn. Then in 1958, subliminal messages and images were edited into movies. The frame of film went by so quick, if you blinked, you missed it. So fast, the naked eye could not register it, but your conscious mind could have. Now with the invention of DVD, we can now slow down or freeze a frame of film ourselves and see the "hidden" image. Unfortunatly, not all of the subliminal movies are on VHS nor DVD. A Date With Death (1958) is not available. The FCC eventually forbid subliminals in movies. Of older films, as the nitrate negetive and print deteriorates in its canister, not preserved and restored the film is gone forever. Nowadays, quick shots are used in films, like a quick, scary image in a horror film. This first list contains some of the best examples of subliminal messages and images. This list also has a part 2."
"Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988). On the old 1980's Laserdisc version, there is a quick glimpse of the cartoon character Jessica Rabbit without underwear as she is thrown from a car. Also phone number of "Allyson Wonderland""