New eyebrow dancing Cadbury’s advert

New eyebrow dancing Cadbury’s advert

New eyebrow dancing Cadbury’s advert

The new advert for Cadbury’s much in the same vein as the Gorilla advert, in that its nothing to do with the product but creates a memorable and funny talking point.
Put together by Fallon who also produced the Gorilla and Trucks adverts for Cadbury’s, this is a worthy edition to them, good fun and of course including the must have 80’s track!

10 Comments

  1. I absolutely love the Gorilla Cadbury’s ad. I must admit, I was a little weirded-out by this one though – not in a bad way, just a “wtf?” moment.

  2. I agree with Lorissa, I love the Gorilla advert and could watch it again and again. However this one left me thinking they were struggling for ideas and this was the best they could come up with. A bit disappointing.

  3. I half agree Lucinda – I think it won’t have the longevity that the ‘Gorilla’ advert has enjoyed, but I really like it as a piece of funny entertainment.
    As Lorissa said I also like the ‘wtf’ of it, how the kids kept a straight face I’m not sure !

  4. the soundtrack? anyone know who it is? 🙂

  5. Hi Dean, I know the track is called “Don’t Stop The Rock” but I don’t know who its by, can anyone help us with our pop quiz?
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  6. hey ive found it..it is dont stop the rock…by FREESTYLE! thanks though Gareth!

  7. Good work Dean, I’ve got a feeling it will be released as a single off the back of this advert, if not now then very soon. I can’t see them not cashing in on that somehow.
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  8. Amy

    I thought it was an awesome advert, and i the Gorilla playing the drums got a bit boring after time, as it just dgragged on and on, therfore i think this advert is funny not a wtf moment 🙂

  9. Tom Mcloughlin

    Hi there, I’m Tom Mcloughlin and I represent Orange at Edelman PR. If you liked the Cadburys ad I thought you’d be interested to know that Orange is offering the theme music to it’s customers free as a mobile ringtone. You can download it through Orange World, or via the Mobile Download section on Orange.co.uk
    Thanks
    Tom

  10. Thanks Amy for your comments, wonder how long it will be until this advert starts to get boring also?
    Hi Tom thanks for stopping by letting us know where we can get the theme music from, pop back and let us know what affect this advert had on sales of the sound track, I’d be interested to know.
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