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Carlsberg (TV commercial 1972)

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In 1972, Calsberg did a TV commercial spot in color, produced by Rupert Chetwynd & Partners Ltd., starring John Keston as Sherlock Holmes and Raymond Mason as Dr. Watson.

The two characters publicize the qualities of the Carlsberg Lager.


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Sherlock Holmes (John Keston) and Dr. Watson (Raymond Mason).




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