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Captain Morgan: Dive

This captain knows how to party.

Published on Jul 27, 2011

Editor's Pick

'Captain Morgan' is portrayed as a charismatic party animal in these spots by Anomaly, carrying the strapline 'To Life, Love and Loot'.

In one, he's performing a spectacular dive off a grim pirate ship when confronted by naval officers, while another shows him livening up a stuffy dinner with a touch of glass and plate smashing. A third spot shows the captain and his crew partying, but being rowed home by a sober-looking shipmate, in a spot that reminds you to designate a driver when you're out partying.

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Credits

Date
Jul 27, 2011
Agency:
Anomaly
Client:
Captain Morgan
Executive Creative Director/Partner:
Mike Byrne
Creative Director/Art Director:
Jon Zast
Creative Director/Copywriter:
Andy Carrigan
Head of Production:
Andrew Loevenguth
Brand Director:
Franke Rodriguez
Production Company:
Smuggler
Director:
Tom Hooper
Director of Photography:
Ben Smithard
Executive Producer/Partner:
Brian Carmody
Executive Producer/COO:
Lisa Rich
Executive Producer:
Allison Kunzman
Executive Producer/HOP:
Laura Thoel
Production Supervisor:
Lesley Chilcott
Producer:
J M De la Fontaine
Production Designer:
Eve Stewart
Editorial:
Rock Paper Scissors
Editor:
Adam Pertofsky
Executive Producer:
Eve Kornblum
Producer:
Helena Lee
Editorial Assistant:
Aaron Tompkins
Post:
Company 3
Telecine:
Tim Masick
Executive Producer:
Tara Dowd
Visual EFX/Flame:
Framestore
Flame Artist:
Ben Cronin
Executive Producer:
James Razzal
Senior Producer:
Satoko Iinuma
Mix:
audioEngine
Mixer:
Tom Goldblatt
Sound Design:
Noises Digital
Sound Designer:
Kim B. Christensen
Original Music:
Pull Music
Composer:
Mitch Davis
Executive Producer:
Scott Brittingham
Music:
Iggy Pop
Music:
The White Stripes
Music Clearance:
Cornerstone

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