Ads@6: 26 February – 5 March

  • Ads @ 6
  • March 4, 2010
  • Deirdre Robert
Ads@6: 26 February – 5 March

This week on ads@6, finally we get to see Mark Ellis attacked by gigantic mosquito's thanks to HRV; Tower shows us what a petrified man looks like when he ignores a phone call from his wife; a clever Toyota Hybrid Camry ad gives you a glimpse into how efficient we would be, if we could only be as fortunate as to have four arms each;  and Paul Holmes on the ABCs of P.



Youtube Video

  1. HRV

  2. Flooring First

  3. Harpic

  4. Placemakers

  5. Noel Leeming

  6. Toyota

  7. ASB

  8. Mao's Last Dancer


Youtube Video

  1. Harvey Norman

  2. Dettol

  3. Philadelphia

  4. Tile Warehouse

  5. Panadol

  6. ihc

  7. Colgate



Youtube Video

  1. Tower Insurance

  2. Placemakers

  3. The Warehouse

  4. UDC

  5. Toyota

  6. Paul Holmes chasing the ghost on DVD

  7. Beniful

  8. Tower


Youtube Video

  1. Harvey Norman

  2. Slingshot

  3. Genesis Energy

  4. Bonus Bonds

  5. Swim for Life

  6. Pizza Hut

  7. Mitsubishi



Youtube Video

  1. Crazy Heart in cinemas

  2. Mitsubishi

  3. Rebel Sport

  4. Beds R Us

  5. Advocate

  6. Genesis

  7. Placemakers

  8. Toyota


Youtube Video

  1. Intersections can be deadly

  2. Tower

  3. Whiskas

  4. InterIslander

  5. Warehouse Stationary

  6. Tower

  7. Guthrie Bowron



Youtube Video

  1. National Bank

  2. Eprinix

  3. Total Span

  4. Rexona

  5. Powerade

  6. Smith n Smith

  7. Telstra Clear

  8. Mao's Last Dancer


Youtube Video

  1. Tower

  2. Fujitsu

  3. Harvey Norman

  4. Flight Centre

  5. Child Cancer Foundation

  6. Big Save

  7. Tower

  8. Pak n Save



Youtube Video

  1. Southern Cross

  2. Westpac

  3. HVR

  4. Wattles

  5. Sinopec

  6. Rheem

  7. Kia

  8. Sky


Youtube Video

  1. State Insurance

  2. Radio Live

  3. Burger King

  4. Energy Wise

  5. ASB

  6. Domani

  7. Southern Cross



Youtube Video

  1. Hammer Hardware

  2. Toyota

  3. Telstra Clear

  4. LessN

  5. Lotto

  6. Ryman Health Care


Youtube Video

  1. Telstra Clear

  2. Warehouse Stationary

  3. Finish

  4. Volkswagen

  5. Burger King



Youtube Video

  1. Place Makers

  2. Lighting Direct

  3. Love Never Dies album in stores

  4. Combat Tanks collection

  5. Lighting Direct

  6. Cobb & Co

  7. Lotto

  8. Resene

  9. Discount Tyres

  10. Kings Plant Barn

  11. Ballentynes


Youtube Video

  1. Arnotts

  2. Air Force

  3. Old El Paso

  4. Dulux

  5. Visa

  6. Domani

  7. Smith's City

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