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GEICO Commercial (2013)

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GEICO Commercial

Spring/Summer 2013
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Plot / Description

"GEICO Paul Revere Commercial - Happier than Paul Revere with a Cell Phone" 
This commercial shows a man in old fashioned clothing waiting around in his house. He hears a church bell chime outside and look out the window at the bell tower. He see a light, and then makes a call on his cell phone. From the olden times, the light in the tower, and his quick phone message, we learn that this is Paul Revere. As soon as he makes his call, he gets back to play Charades with his friend. Because he had a cell phone, he was able to just make a quick call instead of riding off into the night shouting, "The British are coming!"

Voiceover / Dialog / Script / Spoken Word

Paul Revere: Hey, they're coming. Yeah, British. Later. Sorry. Okay. 
Group: Four words. Scarecrow in the wind. Baboon. Monkey? Hot stew Saturday! 
Ronny: Hey Jimmy, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to Geico? 
Jimmy: Happier than Paul Revere with a cell phone. 
Ronny: Why not? 
Announcer: Get happy. Get Geico. Fifteen minutes could save you 15% or more.

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