The gist Based in Chicago since the '80s, Cramer-Kasselt was actually a Milwaukee firm when it made this stunty spot, one of the Super Bowl's first iconic ads.
The gist "The original party animal" made his debut, proving that a bull terrier in a sport jacket can get beer and chicks. Never mind the implication of bestiality.
The gist An epic game of H-O-R-S-E transpires between Michael Jordan and Larry Bird. Over a fucking Big Mac. Sidenote: Did Prince do the jingle?
The gist D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles inflicted the plague of "Frogs" upon the world during Super Bowl XXIX. DDB's Chicago office stepped in to produce the rest of the spots, including this one.
The gist For all his NRA chest-thumping, the late Charlton Heston must've had a decent sense of humor about himself. After a winning cameo in Wayne's World 2, he starred in this ad that lightly lampoons his legend. Defending his Bud, Heston might have used the quote for which he later became famous: "From my cold, dead hands!"
The gist Furthering the firefighters-love-Dalmatians myth, this ad about a split-up pair of the spotted dogs suggests that a life spent travelling by horsedrawn carriage is somehow better than riding atop a shiny, big-rig firetruck. Yeah, and Budweiser is classy beer.
The gist This ad, apparently, operates on the Office Space principle: squares + street lingo = funny. Not always.
The gist Even extraterrestrials were getting in on the tongue wagging.
The gist Gassy horse blows ass, ruins date. I dunno about you, but I'm thirsty.
The gist Pure PETA bait
The gist The dudes in this ad are having their buddies over to watch the game. So why are they hiding all the beer? What kind of bro squirrels away Bud Light?
The gist In this training montage set to Bill Conti's "Gonna Fly Now" Rocky theme, a Dalmatian inspires a Clydesdale named Hank to make the hitch team. Talk about animal odd couples.