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Villaggio Bread Commercial (2013 - 2014)

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Villaggio Bread Commercial

Fall/Winter 2013
 
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Plot / Description

Add some Italian flair to your day and your table with Villaggio thick sliced Italian style bread. Villaggio, the one word of Italian everyone should know. 
 
"Grocery Cart Gondola"

Voiceover / Dialog / Script / Spoken Word

Villaggio, Villaggio, it's the best-a bread. I see you have-a good taste in bread. Do you have a-good taste in transportation as well? No, I'm talking to you. It's OK. Would you like a ride on the gondola? Ah. Ah-ha. Come on a-bella. The tide is-a very very rough. I give you, hang on, I give you this. Here you go. So where you want to go to today? 
Oh, I've got so many things to buy. 
You know the grocery store this time of year, it's really really nice. Where are you going? Where are you going? Come back! Don't worry, you are in a-good hands. You have a good choice, oh! It's my first day on the job. 'Scuse-a-me, do you know the direction of a-the pasta? I make sure I never drink and a-gondola, because it's very dangerous. 
Very. You sure you didn't drink? 
Be careful. Don't fall in because I don't know how to swim. 
Doesn't it have a motor, this thing? 
Uh, well, it's the budget cuts. You know how it is.  
You got eight euro?  
No. 
That's usually the minimum is 8 Euro. 
You don't speak Italian? What's a matter for you? It's OK, Villaggio is the only word you need to know.  
Don't forget your bread. 
OK, grazie. Ciao, ciao. I think she like me.

Written Text

Villaggio Presents 
Grocery Cart Gondola 
Oh, I've got so many things to buy. 
Very. You sure you didn't drink? 
Doesn't it have a motor, this thing? 
Villaggio 
The one word of Italian everyone should know.