My kids remember that one - I don’t know when they stopped showing it but they weren’t born until the 90s. (BTW, the actor died recently.)
What makes me sad is that the ethos espoused by that commercial isn’t necessarily found in the wild anymore. I took a group of Scouts down into the Supai Canyon (part of the Grand Canyon and home of the Havasupai Indian tribe). As we were hiking into the canyon we saw trash (soda cans, candy wrappers, etc) and the kids were picking up what was on the trail and complaining about tourists coming to this gorgeous place and dropping their trash right on the trail.
A Havasupai came riding up leading a pack of horses to the rim (they will take people to the lodge & campground down via horses if they aren’t trail hikers). As he passes us he finishes off a can of soda and tosses it over his shoulder.
The kids were appalled. It wasn’t rude tourists.
Got worse when we hit the bottom of the canyon. There’s a village (Supai) at the bottom of the canyon where most of the tribe lives. The place was a garbage dump. Trash in the yards of the houses - not debris but actual piles of trash.
We went to the main canyon a few days later and went down the main trail from the visitor center. All the way down (and back up) we encountered 1(!) piece of trash - a crumpled kleenex. Just as likely it was inadvertently dropped from a pack or jacket pocket than it was tossed as we never saw anyone drop anything else. The tourists embodied the spirit of that commercial. The natives not so much.