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VW Volkswagen Polo - Wedding - Surprisingly Ordinary Prices - print 1997

Volkswagen Polo is available at such low prices you won't be able to focus on anything else. Not even that wedding you're meant to photograph.

VW Polo’s aren’t as expensive as you may have thought. In fact they have Surprisingly Ordinary Prices.

Commercials: 
 

Shell - Refuel - (1997) 0:60 (UK)

Shell - Refuel - (1997) 0:60 (UK)

"Mojave desert, 1997"... This is what refueling at 150 mph looks like. The F1 Ferarri doesn't have to stop, because Shell has enough passion to refuel the car on the go.

 

Alka Seltzer - two men in a boat - (1997) 0:30 (UK)

Alka Seltzer - two men in a boat - (1997) 0:30 (UK)

Two men, a boat, lots of water.

 

Peperami - Cannibal - (1996) 10 (UK)

Peperami - Cannibal  - (1996) 10 (UK)

Yummy.

 

Lynx / Axe - Paid Piper Revenge - (1996) 0:60 (UK)

Lynx / Axe - Paid Piper Revenge - (1996) 0:60 (UK)

If you don't pay the piper, he will take his revenge.

 

Smirnoff - chase through the glass /Smarienberg (1996) :60 (UK)

Smirnoff - chase through the glass /Smarienberg (1996) :60 (UK)

Michel Gondry's Smirnoff commercial with the techno track. Lady in green and her escort are chased through parallel worlds seen through the bottle. Very nicely edited indeed.

 

Lynx - Jelousy - (1996) 0:60 (UK)

Lynx - Jelousy - (1996) 0:60 (UK)

This is where the Lynx story started..... With girls hitting on the girlfriend who made the mistake of borrowing her boyfriends Lynx.

And yes, eagle eyed adgrunt, the principal talent is the same girl who flirted with a gay man in the Solo advert. Proof you can be typecast in advertising, this girls speciality is awkward flirt situations. ;)

 

Peperami - TV knock knock - (1995) 10 (UK)

 

Peperami - Shopping / I won't share a bag!

Peperami - Shopping / I won't share a bag!

Be careful of the shopping!

 

BT - Marketing Director - (1995) :30 (UK)

BT - Marketing Director - (1995) :30 (UK)

"We want your business to grow" Prove it! snarks the man in the suit and then British Telecom launches into their spiel, while we watch saturated offices ladies against a black and white backdrop. This is incredibly dated.

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