Tony The Tiger Does Hitchcock

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Tony the Tiger and Alfred Hitchcock have likely never been mentioned on the same page. But the advertising icon takes a page from the auteur’s book by slinking into view only briefly in each of three new TV spots for Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes from Leo Burnett in Chicago.
Directed by Christopher Guest (Waiting for Guffman), the ads take a mockumentary approach, profiling obsessive Frosted Flakes fans.

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