Title "Drink it Slow"
Agency Deutsch
Editing Company Mad River Post
Post Production d train fx
Campaign Trust Me, I'm a Doctor - Dr Pepper
Advertiser Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc.
Brand Dr Pepper

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Type Television
Length30 seconds
Production Company Pr.....ird Subscribers Only
Post Production C....ny . Subscribers Only
Audio Post Production Eleven Sound
Sound Design Company Cr....al M..s Subscribers Only
Art Director J..n D...s Subscribers Only
Group Creative Director Mr. Chris Ribeiro
Chief Creative Officer E..c Hi.....rg Subscribers Only
Copywriter ..b Go.....erg Subscribers Only
Director Mr. Paul Hunter
Production Company Producer ..n K..k Subscribers Only
Director of Photography ..n D...s Subscribers Only
Executive Producer Mrs. Kirsten Emhoff
Executive Producer ..n C....ey Subscribers Only
Agency Producer T...ia H...er Subscribers Only
Agency Executive Producer Ms. Victoria Guenier
Editor L...s E...n Subscribers Only
Colorist S....an So.....eld Subscribers Only
Sound Designer Mr. Tobias Enhus
Sound Designer .. S...t S....as Subscribers Only
Sound J..f P...e Subscribers Only
Actor / Celebrity Dr. Julius Erving

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