Woolworths 'Darth Vader' by Bartle Bogle Hegarty

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This Bartle Bogle Hegarty created Woolworths ad has been shot in the style of a sitcom, complete with canned laughter. Most of the humour is at the expense of the Dark Lord of the Sith, who is trying to make beans-on-toast for lunch at Wooly and Worth's house. However, he discovers that there is no toaster, so Worth tells Wooly to pop down to Woolworths to buy a £5 toaster from the Worthit! range.

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Released: 15 June 2007

Credits

Agency
Bartle Bogle Hegarty
Client
Woolworths
Agency planner
Martin Smith
Agency producer
Angela Zabala
Art director
Andy Brittain
Copywriter
Yu Kung
Production company
HSI
Producer
Simon Monhemius
Director
Simon Cole
Post-production house
Absolute
Audio post-production
Jungle
Media agency
ZenithOptimedia

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