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Carrott's Commercial Breakdown


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Jasper Carrott invites you to a special showing of his own favourite television commercials from around the world. We may believe that British is best when it comes to selling soap powder on the box, but Carrott's collection of commercial crackers shows that we may be missing a trick. With some weird and wonderful examples of the adman's art, Jasper discovers that every country has its own way of turning viewers into customers, and it seems that from Sydney to Stockholm, almost anything goes.
So prepare for a culture shock when Jasper opens his advertising scrapbook. Written by STEVE KNIGHT.
Produced and directed by PAUL SMITH
A Celador production for BBCtv


Unknown: Jasper Carrott
Written By: Steve Knight.
Unknown: Paul Alexander
Directed By: Paul Smith

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Carrott's Commercial Breakdown

BBC One London, 29 December 1989 21.30

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