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Cracker Jacks 70's TV Cannes Film Festival Gold Lion

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Uploaded on Jan 20, 2010

Cracker Jacks classic 70's Cannes Film Festival Gold Lion Winner directed by Bob Gage, featuring Jack Gilford and Dan Dubelman. This is "warm story telling" at its best!

A tribute to Director Bob Gage
(1921-2000)
Doyle Dane Bernbach, New York List No. 33 of 100 Ad Age Person of the Century

Bill Bernbach, accompanied by copywriter Phyllis Robinson and art director Bob Gage, left Grey Advertising in 1949 to launch Doyle Dane Bernbach. Robinson and Gage would validate Bernbach's new copy-art teamwork concept. Publicity-averse Gage, regarded by his peers as an "absolute genius," put his stamp on print and TV advertising, plus Hollywood film editing. His whimsical Ohrbach's ads "exploded" on page with his art-type-white space treatments. His warm TV storytelling for Cracker Jack (Jack Gilford), Alka-Seltzer ("Honeymooners") and Polaroid (James Garner and Mariette Hartley), plus his electrifying quick-cuts and tightly focused editing techniques for Jamaica Tourist Board, brought new visual power to commercials as well as films. http://adage.com/century/people033.html

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