Old Spice Spec Commercial
Videographer/Editor- Ryan Parma
Dancers: Wyatt Rocker, Daniel Gaymon, Will Thomas, Frankie Morgan, Cedric Dodd, Russell Cropis, Jesse Johnson, Nicholas Gioiosa
Which planet is the one with the rings around it? Anyways, that is the planet that Ray Lewis annihilated on his quest to destroy body odor.
Agency: Wieden + Kennedy, Portland
Creative Director: Jason Bagley
Creative Director: Eric Baldwin
Copywriter: Eric Kallman
Copywriter: Craig Allen
Art Director: Craig Allen
Art Director: Eric Kallman
Producer: Lindsay Reed
Executive Creative Director: Mark Fitzloff
Executive Creative Director: Susan Hoffman
Agency Executive Producer: Ben Grylewicz
Production Company: MJZ
Director: Tom Kuntz
Executive Producer: Jeff Scruton
Line Producer: Pete Vitale
Director of Photography: Neil Shapiro
Editorial Company: Rock Paper Scissors
Editor: Carlos Arias
Assistant Editor: Aaron Morris
Post Producer: Juliet Batter
Post Executive Producer: Carol Lynn Weaver
Post Executive Producer: Cassie Hulen
VFX Comapny: The Mill
Lead Flame Artist: Ant Walsham
Flame Artist: Tara DeMarco
Flame Assists: Jodi Tyne
Flame Assists: Aaron Neitz
Flame Assists: Shane Zinkhon
Flame Assists: Gavin Camp
Flame Assists: Christal Hazard
VFX Producer: Arielle Davis
VFX Executive Producer: Sue Troyan
Music and Sound Design Company: Stimmung
Sound Designer: Gus Koven
Producer: Jack Catlin
Executive Producer: Ceinwyn Clark
Mix Company: Lime
Engineer: Loren Silber
Assistant Engineer: Lindsey Alvarez
Producer: Jessica Locke
Film Transfer Company: CO3
Colorist: Stefan Sonnenfeld
Keywords: Old Spice, Ray Lewis, NFL, football, Body Wash, raven, old spice commercial
Old spice odor block is so powerful that it sells itself in other peoples commercials
No copyright infringment was intended, frankly, the more people who watches it, the more buys it.
Footage is owned by Old Spice and their respected owners. I buy these products just because of their commercials. I don't earn anything from this. Enjoy!
Created by W+K. Directed by Tim and Eric from the Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!
I find it very interesting the effect that commercials and media in general have on influencing the everyday decisions that we make. As in this commercial, Old Spice defines what it means to be desirable and attractive without giving any alternate options or avenues of ways that it can be viewed. This promotes the idea that their description is correct and to acquire that status you must fit into their depiction. Therefore, the only way to realize and truly understand the messages that are constantly presented around us, you must take an in depth analysis of the material and decide for yourself what it means.
My favorite commercial is the Old Spice commercial that ..
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my rhetorical analysis paper on an Old Spice commercial.
The line of Old Spice deodorant and personal hygiene commercials never cease to provide a bundle of humor intertwined with even more comical wittiness. They attempt to lure you in to their thinking by trying to appeal to your personal desires and wishes. There is one commercial in particular that I have chosen to research more in depth and try to understand the subtle and not-so-subtle messages that are being conveyed by the actor and his surroundings. Isaiah Mustafa, who is most commonly known as “The Man Your Man Could Smell Like” throughout the Old Spice chain, narrates the commercial and performs a simple monologue throughout.
Through commercials Old Spice has convinced men that their products will aid in satisfying man’s greatest need, a woman. In 1996 Old Spice released a commercial of a man walking off a sailboat his back facing sun hiding his identity leaving the audience in suspense wondering who it was. At the same time they show a beautiful woman stumbling upon herself in a crowd in confusion looking for someone. Soon later she stops to catch her breathe and finds a man, a tall, well built man with a captains hat who is looking at a painting of a sail boat tossing and turning in the sea.
Old Spice Commercial | Introduction to Rhetorical Studies
About 12 years later Old Spice commercials emphasized on a different topic, they changed the idea of focusing on men getting women to how Old Spice makes you manlier. The commercial starts off with a skinny short young male dressed as Steve Urkel walking up to a sexy woman in a revealing dress. The woman says hi and instead of replying back the young man runs away in embarrassment making a weird high pitch noise. The camera then zooms out showing the popular LL Cool J, a massive muscular man. He admits that the embarrassing boy is him but says that was all before he started using Old Spice body spray and body wash. Emphasizing that the product made him manlier.