You can almost hear the narrator smiling above the tsunami of strings as the tiki-themed Hawaiian Cottage restaurant on Route 38 shimmers into view.
It's the mid-1960s, and "Cherry Hill seems to have everything in equitable abundance" proclaims "Salute to Cherry Hill," a promotional film made by Philadelphia's WFIL (now WPVI) TV.
A black-and-white landscape of utter wonderfulness as seen through rose-colored glasses, this kitsch classic is now playing in three parts on YouTube; I stumbled across it on a Facebook page celebrating Cherry Hill nostalgia.
Even before Mad Men began to obsessively/ironically de-idealize the '60s for our entertainment, websites enshrined the memorabilia of that era, pop culture-wise and otherwise. There are hundreds if not thousands of rather cluelessly optimistic clips like "Salute to Cherry Hill, NJ" on YouTube and elsewhere.