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Cadbury's unwraps first ever Christmas advert

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14:41 PM | 13 November 2013
by Jim Compton-hall
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In Cadbury's first ever Christmas advert, some kids wake up to find their road covered in wrapping paper.

In Cadbury's first ever Christmas advert, some kids wake up to find their road covered in wrapping paper. They then proceed to cause as much destruction as possible, even smashing to peices a poor snowman. The full advert is a dream come true for any kid!

Credits

Agency: Fallon
Creatives: Thom Glover and Eoin McLaughlin
Executive Creative Director: Santiago Lucero
Production Company: Somesuch & Co
Director: Kim Gehrig

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