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Two tap dancers, at the prompting of a little girl with a remote control, perform in a 45-second spot for Johnny Moke Shoes. But one dancer's performance is silent because he's wearing Johnny Moke footwear instead of tap shoes. Broadbent Cheetham Veazey, London, created the three spots, with help from New York production company Open Frame Productions. The theme of the U.K. campaign is "You won't want to take them off." In the other two spots, a worker in a landfill uses stilts to reach his tractor and a fire walker plies his craft
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