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Add to EJ Playlist OxiClean TV Commercial
Fred Vanore Executive Producer
OxiClean with Billy Mays
Blue Moon Studios
Direct Response Commercial Production Co.
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Add to EJ Playlist A pint-sized Darth Vader uses the Force when he discovers the all-new 2012 Passat in the driveway. This award-winning commercial first aired during the 2011 Big Game.
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1st: Singing Pirates
2nd: Dream Girl
3rd: New Car
4th: Renaissance Fair
6th: Rock Star
7th: Roller Coaster
Add to EJ Playlist What is the video's argument? Who is the intended audience? Give one specific example of how the video uses rhetorical appeals (either emotional, ethical or logical) to persuade the audience of its claims? If your example involves some combination of appeals, that is fine.
Add to EJ Playlist Full length version of Folger's extremely long-running "Peter Comes Home For Christmas" commercial.
The little girl is probably a grandmother by now!!! Okay, probably not, but she did grow up to be a VERY nice lady!
The actors in the ad are as follows:
Greg Wrangler (Peter, better known as PEETER!!!)
Susan Honey (Older Sister and inspiration to Joey Tribbiani)
Kenneth Corey (Father)
Colleen Hughes (Younger Sister or the little girl who, led by her older brother, develops a coffee sniffing habit at an early age)
Kate Weiman (Mother)
Thanks alot. Merry Christmas!
Add to EJ Playlist Betty White was featured in a Superbowl commercial for Snickers during the halftime show. Betty White is a comedic actress whose career http://www.soda head.com/entert ainment/was-bet ty-whites-snick er-commercial-y our-favorite-su perbowl-ad/ques tion-859857/ has spanned over 60 years. In the Snickers commercial, Betty White plays a twenty-somethin g year old having a bad football game.
Add to EJ Playlist Caught this commercial completely by accident when I was walking out of the room and suddenly became entranced in the familiar theme music of Vince Dicola's Rocky IV training montage. So I set up the TV Tuner to see if it would re-air during the night, and, alas, here it is. The spot features Maria Bamford.
Target has it on their own channel under "Montage." I didn't initially see it there, but I figure I might as well keep it up here unless Target or Vince or whoever owns the song rights objects to it.
Add to EJ Playlist The first commercial is an example of ethical persuasion. The commercial presents a straightforward message through the use of a speaker. He tells the audience about the dangers of tobacco use using facts and statistics. He then tells how the Iowa Smokefree Air Act has helped decrease tobacco related illness and saved money in Iowa, and citations are visible on screen. A logical point is then made by the speaker that it has only been two years since the act was enacted, and that a lifetime of clean air would certainly be beneficial to the citizens of Iowa. The commercial uses non-threatening imagery and logic to convince the viewer to vote no on a proposition. The music used is somber while tobacco illness statistics are being presented, but encouraging during the information about how the act has been working. This makes the commercial an example of an ethical persuasion technique.
The second commercial could be considered propaganda. The second commercial still presents a straightforward message through the use of a speaker, however in this commercial, no real facts or statistics are stated. The speaker is using an artificial voice box, implying that he is the victim of tobacco related illness, and gaining the sympathy of the viewer. He then tells the viewer that smoking is not cool or glamorous, and threatens them with the potential harm that comes from tobacco use. He point out that tobacco use hurt him, and it could hurt the viewer too. The commercial uses a dark ominous drone throughout, causing the viewer to feel apprehensive. The colors and imagery in the commercial are also threatening. The smoke in the background makes the viewer feel surrounded by tobacco use. The lighting makes the viewer feel like they are being interrogated, and the colors are dark and high in contrast, creating an ominous feel. This commercial relies on pure emotional appeal and shock value in its content and imagery to sway the viewer, making it a good example of propaganda.