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Published/Aired: 
August 2009
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Radio Edit: Fifth Floor Recording Co.

Film advertisment created by Cramer-Krasselt, United States for Milwaukee Police Department, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.

Advertising Agency: Cramer-Krasselt/Milwaukee, USA
Executive Creative Director: Chris Jacobs
Creative Directors: Mike Fazende
Art Directors: Mike Fazende, Shawn Holpfer, Jim Root, Brian Steinseifer
Copywriters: Todd Stone, Jason Ziehm
Art Buyer: Karen Kirsch
Audio Engineer: Matthew Misslich
Video Production Partner: Square Joint
Director: John Biesack
Director of Photography: Robb Fischer
Gaffer: Dan Andera
Video Edit: Independent Edit
Editor: Rob Due
Sound Engineer: Randy Bobo

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Blashyrkh's picture
Blashyrkh
Activity Score 32890

Nice. And positive message.

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Arkadiusz
Activity Score 1275

both commercials are good, but could be even better with a bit more thrill

Anna Turkiewicz Advertising Agency
imagination powered by knowledge

tirthomitro's picture
tirthomitro
Activity Score 2758

this one bites the dust in comparison with the other one...
that 1's seriously good stuff!

they showed me a picture & i laughed
dignity has never been photographed

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alexander_bickov
Activity Score 3279

Crime positive idea

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valayamadvertising
Activity Score 244

message perfectly conveyed
www.valayam.com

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Guest

Nice idea. A little soft on the execution.

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Guest

Great.

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dearabby
Activity Score 106

Again, as a Milwaukeean, I haven't seen these ads before, but I like them. You totally know where the situation could go, but when it doesn't and you see the tagline, the message is really powerful.

I dream of a day when chickens will be able to cross the road without being questioned regarding their intentions.

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Guest

this is really good advertising, way of twisting it....simple yet it says a lot really good

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Guest

Hmm, in my opinion the guy behind the cash register would of asked for his I.D. but he didn't instead he just took the leftover cash that was left at the counter.

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