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Java Ha-ha

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Dunkin' Donuts is on a roll, with a pair of new coffee-pushing comedy campaigns. In the "Hidden Camera" spots, a parody of the old Taster's Choice gimmick, Dunkin' employees "secretly replace" people's coffees by making imbecilically obvious commando raids on unsuspecting consumers, via airhorn diversions, elevator drop-ins and the always reliable toppling a tray-carrying waiter - the latter proving yet again that some sight gags never grow old. See this month's Special Report for Alison Maclean's "Voiceover" campaign.

Client: Dunkin' Donuts Agency: HHCC/Boston CD/CW: Marty Donohue CD/AD: Tim Foley Agency Producers: Alex Vainstein, Tom Foley Director: Speck & Gordon/Omaha Pictures Editor: Jason MacDonald/Mad River Post Music: Soundtrack Recording

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