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Renault Clio France Vs Britain Sexy Full Length Funny Commercial – 2011 New Carjam Radio

Carjam Car Radio Show — A Car Show About People Website: www.kclr96fm.com Twitter: www.twitter.com Youtube: www.youtube.com The latest campaign for the Clio features French actress “Annelise Hesme” and English actor “Jeremy Sheffield” trying to outdo each other over the superiority of each nation via a range of cultural aspects. This “France Vs Britain” – French Car, British Designers – campaign has been extended across a number of media, for example the French Film, British Cinemas tag for the annual Renault French Film Festival. The music used is Nina Simone’s “Sinnerman”. Directed by Ridley Scott’s daughter Jordan Scott In the United Kingdom, the Clio was advertised on television using the characters “Nicole” (a flirtatious young French woman played by Estelle Skornik) and “Papa” (her somewhat slow-witted father played by Max Douchin). The 1994 advert featured Vincent Cassel as Nicole’s boyfriend. The commercials were very popular and in the final one of the series actually featured Bob Mortimer and Vic Reeves, in a sequence parodying The Graduate. In 2000, the 1991 commercial “Interesting” was named the 12th best television commercial of all time, in a poll conducted by The Sunday Times and Channel 4. Sound clips of the advert were played repeatedly on The Chris Moyles Show when it was discovered Comedy Dave and his girlfriend had named their newborn daughter Nicole. In 1999 a television ad was launched worldwide for the Renault Clio MTV Limited edition featuring a

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  1. On September 26, 2011 at 5:14 am CarjamRadio responded with... #

    This Renault Clio Commercial features French actress “Annelise Hesme” and English actor “Jeremy Sheffield” trying to outdo each other over the superiority of each nation via a range of cultural aspects. The music used is Nina Simone’s “Sinnerman”.

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