Public View - Dairy Milk "eyebrow dance" by Fallon

LONDON - Cadbury Dairy Milk has released its follow-up to "trucks" - find out what the public thought of Fallon's new ad.

Watch Dairy Milk 'eyebrow dance' by Fallon

Watch the video above to see our survey.


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Coca-Cola 'christmas on the coke side of life' by Mother
Waitrose 'Christmas at Waitrose' by MCBD
M&S 'home movie' by RKCR
Network Rail 'saturday' by Iris London
Ready Brek 'return of the glow' by WCRS
Tourism Australia 'billabong' by Baz Luhrmann
Sony HD 'quantum of solace' by Fallon
Citroën 'stayin alive' by Euro RSCG
Public View - Hovis 'relaunch by MCBD
Cadbury 'gorilla/trucks mash-up' by Fallon
Kwik-Fit 'amazed' by DDB
KFC 'today starts here' by BBH

Asda 'back to school' by Fallon

Orange 'together we can do more' by Fallon

BBC 'the journey to the East' by Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett
Snickers 'get some nuts' by AMV BBDO
Comfort 'nudists' by Ogilvy
McDonald's 'planting' by Leo Burnett
Heinz 'deli mum' by Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO
Orange 'i am' by Fallon

 

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