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Walmart Commercial (2011)

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Walmart Commercial

Spring/Summer 2011
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Plot / Description

This commercial begins on a grocery store conveyer belt with an unusual assortment of items being purchased - lots of greasy, slippery stuff, and a hand saw. In the next scene, we see why these items were purchased. A young red-headed boy is stuck in the banister/railing of the stairs at home, and the dad bought the lard, spread, and oil to try to help slide his head out first. The saw was his backup plan. When asked if his little brother had anything to do with the situation, he first says "no", but quickly comes clean.

Voiceover / Dialog / Script / Spoken Word

Crisco, Blue Bonnet Butter, Pam Non-Stick Cooking Spray, and a Stanley Saw. 
Dad: Your brother have anything to do with this? 
Son: No... yes. 
Only Wal-Mart has low prices every day on everything you need. Backed by our ad match guarantee. Save Money. Live Better. Wal*mart.

Written Text

Low Prices. Every Day. On Everything. 
Backed by our Ad Match Guarantee. 
Save Money. Live Better.