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13:12 PM | 27 January 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Is this a return to the antics of Gorilla, Trucks and Eyebrows? This advert, titled "Keith", is part of a new campaign for the chocolate brand.


Is this a return to the antics of Gorilla, Trucks and Eyebrows? This advert, titled 'Keith', is part of a new campaign for the chocolate brand. The campaign, brought together under the new hashtag #FreetheJoy, was created by our friends at Fallon London who have held the Cadbury account since 2007 and produced Cadbury's iconic ads of the past.

Credits

Agency: Fallon London
Creative: Tom Chancellor
Creative Directors: Elliot Harris and Cameron Mitchell
Executive Creative Director: Santiago Lucero
Producer: Sarah Browell
Director: Blue Source
Production Company: MJZ

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