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Urban Tails

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These funky foxes from Dublin sing in their own music video to educate us about what life is really like for the creatures living among us in our cities. With kind permission of Pink Kong Studios. (79)

Cad é Sin

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Cad é Sin is a short film based on the Irish song Cad é sin don té sin, it was created for Cartoon Saloon as part of the Anam an Amhráin TV Series which was shown on TG4. With kind permission of Giant Animation Studios. (69)

Kiskadee: Jungle

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Colourful advertisement for Kiskadee rum, showing a variety of scenarios where people enjoy the drink, accompanied by a lively soundtrack. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (671)

Bass Ale: The Dubliners

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An advertisement for Bass, in which The Dubliners are seen traveling from an airport to a Dublin pub, where they sing a song and enjoy a pint of the Cork ale. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (5666)

HB: Rovals

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An advertisement for HB Rovals, in which dance troupe Pan’s People are seen enjoying the chocolate and caramel sweets while dancing to energetic pop music. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (970)

Tia Maria

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Advertisement showing the various ways and occasions at which Tia Maria can be enjoyed. These include a night out with friends, at a garden party or on a boat. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (1094)

Golden Vale: Easi Singles

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A woman preparing food thinks about how convenient it would be to have individually wrapped slices of cheese. Suddenly, a packet of Easi Singles appears. VO explains how convenient they are, before the woman breaks into song, singing about Easi Singles. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (1252)

Halpins Tea: Up and Down

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Advertisement, in which a group of domestic servants perform a musical number, singing about the growth of Halpins tea, while the lady of the house is served her tea. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (589)