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Cody dies; was PSA's crying Indian

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Iron Eyes Cody, who gained ad fame in a PSA for the "Keep America Beautiful" campaign, died Jan. 4 of natural causes at his Los Angeles home. In the Advertising Council's famed "Indian in a canoe" spot that first ran in 1971, Mr. Cody shed a single tear for the desecration he saw against nature. Marsteller Inc. (later merged into Young & Rubicam) created the public service ad.

Copyright January 1999, Crain Communications Inc.

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