Adland's Commercial Archive

 

Adland's Commercial Archive - more than 45,000 commercials.

 

AAA - Emma / Expect Something More - (2014) :60 (USA)

AAA - Emma / Expect Something More - (2014) :60 (USA)

The Auto Club Group debuted its first-ever Super Bowl ad. This heartwarming spot was aired regionally across Detroit, Orlando and Tampa Markets.

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Lay's "Mrs. Potatohead" (2104) :30 (USA)

Lay's "Mrs. Potatohead" (2104) :30 (USA)

So basically, the potato heads are closeted potato chip lovers. We're on a whole new strange level from "bet you can't eat just one."

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Warburtons "Three's a crowd" (2014) :40 (UK)

Warburtons "Three's a crowd" (2014) :40 (UK)

Dear Mr. Warburton: I know you've been dead since the late 1880's but let me tell this charming story about how my everyday charm and winning personality helped me keep a bird, when another more badass bloke might have crept in to take my place.

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Lacoste "The Big Leap" (2014) 1:00 (France)

Lacoste "The Big Leap" (2014)  1:00 (France)

Ah yes, life is sport. And love, she is a special sport indeed, no?

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Israel AIDS task force "Changing Minds" (2014) 3:00 (Israel)

Israel AIDS task force "Changing Minds" (2014) 3:00 (Israel)

What a really great way to help change the stigma of HIV. For World AIDS Day, Y&R Israel got all of the country's radio stations to change the lyrics to their jingles/bumpers/station ID to debunk myths about HIV for the entire day.

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Cadillac ELR - Poolside - (2014) :60 (USA)

Cadillac ELR - Poolside - (2014) :60 (USA)

Why do we work so hard? For this? For stuff? Neal McDonough takes us around his house and declares in a patriotic Rah Rah fashion that we work hard to innovate, unlike some countries who work less hard and uhm..

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The Canadian Institute of Diversity and Inclusion - Luge - (2014) :30 (USA)

The Canadian Institute of Diversity and Inclusion - Luge - (2014) :30 (USA)

Two men in tight fitting lycra, roll back and fourth... back and fourth... back... and fourth to Human League's "Don't you want me baby" the most lovelorn song of the 80s, sung by Philip Oakey (who is not gay, not that he'd care if you thought he was).

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Carnival Cruise "Bobslide" (2014) :60 (USA)

Carnival Cruise "Bobslide" (2014) :60 (USA)

Chariots of Fire meets kiddies on a giant a water slide.

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