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Kentucky Fried Cruelty, Fried

Published/Aired: 
February 2008

Description

The ads were banned from the Superbowl when Peta tried to submit them to Fox. The network turned down $4.2 million from Norfolk-based PETA, which sought to broadcast two ads targeting Kentucky Fried Chicken. The spots were to air during Super Bowl XLII, which had its biggest audience ever with nearly 100 million viewers.

Advertising Agency: The Cricket Club™, New York, USA
Creative Directors: Roald van Wyk
Art Director: Roald van Wyk
Copywriter: David Ekholm
Director: Scott Corbett
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hcook5150's picture

Noticed why these didn't get too many comments, the reason? too powerful, too effective, brilliantly done

www.hkstudiosinc.com

hcook5150
Activity Score 229
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CreepingFeature's picture

Nice and dark, but shouldn't PETA be spending $4.2 mil on something more practical? We all know that advertising doesn't work.

CreepingFeature
Activity Score 244
Copywriter at 7th Level of Consciousness
Chris's picture

great direction. can see why they banned them.

Chris
Activity Score 1935
Art Director
kergu's picture

GTFO.... damn good!...

kergu
Activity Score 6795
gmint7's picture

:::J:::

OMG, this could have changed the world if it was aired.

i think KFC bribed Fox to save their asses..

gmint7
Activity Score 2675
Art Director at ad grad @ S Francisco |

:::J:::

hcook5150's picture

Noticed why these didn't get too many comments, the reason? too powerful, too effective, brilliantly done

www.hkstudiosinc.com

hcook5150
Activity Score 229
Other at http://www.hkstudiosinc.com
new designer's picture

thats actually scary...

new designer
Activity Score 98
Sheffield,England
Guest's picture

Sad sad Sad those poor chicken. If this was aired on TV a lot more people would be aware.

Guest
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OMEC!!!!!!!!!!!!
That was FREAKY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Guest
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