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Coke's Mean Joe Greene vs. Apple's '1984' Face Off for Super Bowl Championship

The Last Installment of Ad Age's Readers' Polls

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After more than a week of voting for your favorite Super Bowl spots of all time (or, in some cases, the spot created by your employer), we've come down to two finalists. Now you must choose a victor. Is it going to be the sentimental grid-iron classic for Coke featuring Mean Joe Greene? Or will it be the perennial adland favorite, the Apple "1984" spot that boosted Super Bowl creative into the stratosphere?

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1. Coke: Mean Joe Greene (McCann-Erickson, New York) from Super Bowl XIV (1980)

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2. Apple: "1984" ( TBWA/Chiat/Day, Los Angeles) from Super Bowl XVIII (1984)

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