Re: Dog Star Man and L. L. Bean & LEVI'S

From: Gail Silva (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Dec 19 2009 - 21:25:23 PST

If it is the one I'm thinking of, it is not Burroughs but rather Walt

On Dec 19, 2009, at 8:57 PM, k. a.r. wrote:

> On the same note, there is a Levi's commercial running
> that seems to borrow a lot from some old experimental films.
> It has a scratchy older man voice reading the text that sounds A
> LOT like
> Burroughs.
> It has what looks like scratching on film titles, and is in black &
> white.
> I usually can tune out commercials, but the first time this Levi's
> one came on,
> it immediately got my attention. It seems very borrowed from the
> avant garde genre,
> and it was a little shocking to see.
> Anyone know what commercial I am referring to?
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