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Kraft Stove Top Stuffing: Scurvy

Advertising Agency: The Martin Agency, USA
Chief Creative Officer: Joe Alexander
Group Creative Director: Andy Azula
Senior Copywriter: Bob Meagher
Senior Art Director: Pat Wittich
Strategic Planner: David Griffith
Sr Strategic Planner: Dalynn Kincannon
Account Director: Brad Higdon
Account Executive: Josh Lybarger
Executive Producer: Brett Alexander
Senior Broadcast Producer: Adrienne Daniel
Agency Junior Producer: Maggie Shifflett
Project Manager: Jessica Dennis
Production Company: Caviar
Directors: Matt & Oz, Steven Moses
Director of Photography: Kevin Atkinson
Executive Producer: Cathleen Kisich
Producer: Hillary Rogers
Editorial Company: Cosmo Street
Editor: Tiffany Burchard
Post Facility: Running With Scissors
Telecine: C03
Colorist: Tim Masick
Audio Post Company: Rainmaker
Engineer / Mixer: Jeff McManus

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faissalo
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funny.. 'I was like WHAT?!' Love that

kleenex's picture
kleenex
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hahahahahaa.....

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Reality Check
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If nothing else, Kraft Stove Top Stuffing: Scurvy is certainly a brave decision, from the client's point of view.

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LMuria
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I found this ad annoying and sexist. If this guy wants StoveTop stuffing so badly, why didn't he make it himself instead of rudely expecting someone else to make it for him?? Is this an ad from the 50's? Hard to believe you had any women in your focus groups for this one. When I see it on TV I change the channel.

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faissalo
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Are you kidding me? I hope so because the fact you said this is sexist is Hilarious! Firstly It's just a bit of fun. It's set 250 years ago! To him The benchmark standard is StoveTop stuffing because he loves it so much. So eating anything less is criminal. Maybe he does make it himself at home, who knows! He is an invited guest in someone's house! Why would he make it himself if he's the guest?! And he doesn't like their stuffing no matter what gender cooks it! (gender isn't hinted or mentioned in the ad) What on EARTH has sexism got to do with it?!!! Please explain how this ad is sexist?! PS any attempt to explain will be futile.! I think you didn't get it.

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