Carl’s Jr. Highlights Turkey’s Shortcomings

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By Bob Marshall Comment

What? A Carl’s Jr. spot without a hot woman being sexy and doing hot sexy things vaguely related to fast food? It’s true, but don’t worry. The ever prolific David&Goliath is back with yet another spot for Carl’s Jr./Hardee’s. This time around, turkeys replace the models because, well, Carl’s Jr. is selling turkey burgers now. Give them credit as we can’t think of any other fast food chain in the world that includes turkey burgers on its menu.

As you can see, turkeys can’t babysit. They also can’t declare war on terrorism, play “Stairway to Heaven” on a flying-v guitar or run a speakeasy. But, as Carl’s Jr. claims, they can make for good burgers. Yep, that’s pretty much the whole story. Credits and a turkey failing as a tattoo artist follow after the jump. Only five CDs on these.

Credits

Agency: David&Goliath
Chief Creative Officer: David Angelo
Executive Creative Director: Colin Jeffery
Creative Director: John Battle
Creative Director: Jason Karley
Associate Creative Director/Art Director: Blake Kidder
Associate Creative Director/Copywriter: Patrick Almaguer
Executive Producer, Managing Director: Carol Lombard
Executive Producer: Christopher Coleman

Broadcast Producer: Kara Fromhart

Production Company: Moxie Pictures
Director: Martin Granger
Executive Producer: Karol Mars
Director of Photography: Alar Kivilo
Line Producer: Heidi Soltesz