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The Good Bravia Work Comes to the U.S.

Americans Can Now See Sony Spots on TV

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At long last, the U.S. airwaves have been deemed worthy for the perennial awards bait that is Fallon London's work for the Sony's LCD TV. Fallon's "PlayDoh," starring stop-action animated bunnies made of the putty scampering through the streets of New York, is now getting heaving prime-time play on this side of the pond. Oh, and the bunnies come in all different colors, sort of like the heroine of The Stones's classic "She Comes in Colors," which happens to be the soundtrack. This month, you can see a 30-second version during shows like CSI and House or just watch it here (or here).
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