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By The Drum Team | Editorial

February 10, 2015 | 1 min read

It's fifty years since Colonel Sanders began peddling chicken in the UK and BBH have put together a lovely commercial celebrating half a century of bringing families together with a tender tale of a boy adjusting to his adoptive parents. Director Ben Liam Jones has injected this with a really light touch - witness the body language of the anxious dad welcoming his son into his new home - and complete sensitivity.

Creative Agency Bartle Bogle Hegarty

Creative Matt Fitch / Mark Lewis

TV Producer Jodie Sibson / David Lynch (Asst)

Film Production Mustard

Director Ben Liam Jones

Producer Nick Papworth

Photography Tat Radcliffe

Editor Patric Ryan @ Marshall Street Editors

Post Production The Mill

Sound Design Dan Beckwith @ Factory

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