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Old 03-04-2006, 01:40 PM   #1
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The Beaver learns about cell phones

Here's a really cute series of web shows that place Felicity Huffman (of Desperate Housewives) inside episodes of old TV sitcoms. Brady Bunch, Munsters and Leave it to Beaver are all there.

They are part of an introduction to a new Dove soap product, but the commercial side of it is quite unobtrusive, and when you finish the video you don't mind seeing Dove because it's all so well done. In fact, they are directed by Penny Marshall.

My favorite part is when Felicity tries to explain her Blackberry phone to the Beaver!

As far as I'm aware, if you want to be mobile when watching video in Macromedia Flash, you still have to do it on a laptop, so you probably can't see this on your pda or smartphone. And it's streaming media anyway. Enjoy!

Via Future Now.
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