Budweiser's Clydesdales are Back for the Super Bowl -- This Time, With a Puppy

Anomaly and Jake Scott Return for First of Two Bud Spots

Published On
Jan 29, 2014

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The team behind last year's weepy, uber-successful Clydesdales spot from the Super Bowl are back with "Puppy Love," one of two Bud ads that will air during this Sunday's game. Director Jake Scott and Anomaly team up for the commercial, which features a one-two punch of cuteness, in the form of Clydesdales and a puppy -- and the same trainer character from last year. The soundtrack is "Let Her Go" by Passenger.


Jan 29, 2014
Brand :
Client :
Agency :
Director :
Jake Scott
Chief Creative Officer :
Mike Byrne
Executive Creative Director :
Eric Segal
Art Director :
Mark Sarosi
Copywriter :
Johnny Dantonio
Senior Producer :
Amy Bonin
Executive Producer/Head of Broadcast Production :
Andrew Loevenguth
Founding Partner :
Jason DeLand
Business Director :
Jimmy Euwer
Production Company :
RSA Films
Director :
Jake Scott
President :
Jules Daly
Executive Producer :
Traci Norfleet
Producer :
David Mitchell
Production Supervisor :
Andrea Fein Primack
Director, Photography :
Paul Cameron
1st Assistant Director :
Howell Caldwell
Production Designer :
Kim Rees
Camera Operator :
Mark Meyers
Visual Effects Supervisor :
Eliza Pelham Randall
Puppy Trainer :
Sue Chipperton
Clydesdales Trainer :
Kate & Robin Wiltshire
Editorial :
Editor :
Andrea MacArthur
Executive Producer :
Deborah Sullivan
Producer :
Malia Rose
Editorial Assistant :
Adam Longo
Post Producer :
The Mill - New York
Telecine :
Fergus McCall
Flame Artist :
Ilia Mokhtareizadeh
Producer :
Alex Fitzgerald
Head of Production :
Sean Costelloe
Sound Director :
Mixer :
Tom Goldblatt
Puppy Love :
Passenger - "Let Her Go"
Music :
Annemarie Cullen

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