|Title||Got the feeling? Get to Ladbrokes|
|Campaign||Got the feeling? Get to Ladbrokes|
|Date of First Broadcast/Publication|
|Business Sector||Lottery & Gambling|
|Tagline||Got the Feeling, Get to Ladbrokes|
|Story||The creative features a series of entertaining vignettes, some of which are 1960s themed, set to the tune of Self Preservation Society from the film The Italian Job. Chris Kamara and Ian Wright give cameo performances extolling Englands chances at the World Cup. As the action comes to a conclusion, it becomes clear that we have been inside the mind of a football fan, watching his decision making process taking place. As we come out of his head we see him blurt out loudly that England are going to win the World Cup, however he has forgotten that he is at dinner with his girlfriend who looks very unimpressed with his inappropriate behaviour.|
|Audio Post Production||750mph|
|Production Company||Serious Pictures|
|Creative Director||Graham Fink|
|Advertising Manager||John O'Reilly|
|Art Director||Will Bate|
|Account Planner||John Clarke|
|Account Manager||Kathryn Addo|
|Audio Post Production||Andy Humphries|
|Editing Company||Cut & Run|
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