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We’ve always said the people at TBWA Simons Palmer were brave (have we? Ed) but Guy Moore’s antics on the latest Goldfish shoot were more than impressive.

We’ve always said the people at TBWA Simons Palmer were brave (have

we? Ed) but Guy Moore’s antics on the latest Goldfish shoot were more

than impressive.



Moore, one of the agency’s creative directors, flew out to Los Angeles

to shoot the ad despite dreading the 100 degree heat.



However, he came asunder when he realised a scene with Billy Connolly

had to be shot on the top of a skyscraper.



At that point Moore decided to come clean and admit to vertigo. And so,

it would seem, did the rest of the crew. Admittedly, they did carry out

the filming but not without almost everyone being either sick or

petrified.



The only one who wasn’t scared was Connolly. He boasted that he used to

be a paratrooper.



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