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American Express Commercial (2009 - 2010)
- - Get the Song: Cello Suite No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007 by Johann Sebastian Bach
- - Get the App: American Express
Plot / Description
Images of every day objects have sad and happy faces, while the voiceover explains how cardholders are protected with their services.
Sometimes the little things in life feel like our biggest enemies. They can be damaged. They can be stolen. Happily, there's the American Express charge card. If something you recently bought with the card breaks, it can be repaired, replaced or your account can be credited. You'll even get membership rewards points with each purchase. And peace of mind when you travel. Can your card say that?
Don't take chances. Take charge.
Music referenced in American Express Commercial
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