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Plots to kill the bunny: murder's afoot in new Chiat/Day Energizer spots By Kathy Tyre

VENICE, CALIF.--In a "hare"-raising development, a series of plots are in the works to kill the Energizer Bunny. But don't low

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The upcoming commercials, currently in production, sources said, are Energizer’s most direct jab to date at the competition. But Eveready also takes a poke at itself–reflecting in its latest work the murderous thoughts of people both inside and outside the ad business who believe the bunny’s been busting into commercials now for far too long.
In this newest series of big-budget, special-effects-laden ads in C/D’s $20-million campaign, an evil killer hired by Energizer’s unnamed competitor hunts the bunny down.

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