Brand mascots invade Fallon

By Kate Nettleton,, Tuesday, 24 February 2009 02:45PM

LONDON - Fallon's offices were transformed into a history of advertising museum last Friday when the agency shot its "Brand Aid" campaign for Comic Relief.

Smash Martian ... stars in Comic Relief spot

Smash Martian ... stars in Comic Relief spot

Dozens of brand mascots descended on the agency's offices for the shoot, which took place in one of the boardrooms.

The Honey Monster, Bertie Bassett, the 118 runners, Churchill the dog, Peperami, the Smash Martians, the Bounty housewives, Captain Birdseye, and the Cadbury Gorilla were all among the cast, who were filmed discussing how they would make an ad for Comic Relief.

The viral, which will be hosted on the website as well as the BBC's Youtube channel, is part of Comic Relief's "Do something funny for money" campaign.

Steve Bendelack, who has previously directed comedies including The League of Gentlemen, The Mighty Boosh, Little Britain and The Royle Family, directed the film.



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