Image of Trash Fighting cartoon character Pete


Hey Dude - Check it out. We're on TV!


And when you finish watching our commercials why not take a look at our production scrapbook to see how they were made.

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(Click here for a text only version of these commercials)

Trash Talk soccer icon
Click here to play the Trash Talk Soccer in windows media player.

(811kb/wmv :30 seconds)


Click here to play Trash Talk Soccer in quicktime.
(1674kb/mov :30 seconds)

 

Freeze frame of children playing basketball in front of a trash can featuring the Don
Click here to play the Trash Talk Basketball in windows media player.

(858kb/wmv :30 seconds)


Click here to play Trash Talk Basketball in quicktime. (1855kb/mov :30 seconds)

 

Freeze frame of boys at the beach talking to an animated candy box about trash

Click here to play Trash Talk Beach in windows media player.

(863kb/wmv :30 seconds)


Click here to play Trash Talk Beach in quicktime
(1849/mov :30 seconds)

 

Cartoon of girl in a playground full of trash saying
Click here to play Trash Stinks in windows media player.

(825kb/wmv :30 seconds)


Click here to play Trash Stinks in quicktime.
(1844kb/mov :30 seconds)

 

 


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Photo of TV crew on the set of Trash Talk Beach production.
Have you ever wondered how some commercials are made? Click here to take a look at our production scrapbook (1,486kb/pdf)
to see what went into making the Don't Trash Jacksonville TV spots. It isn't the whole picture, but will give you an idea of what our crew did to make these commercials come to life!


The Production Scrapbook is a .PDF file. Reading the document provided requires the
Adobe Acrobat Reader, available for free from Adobe.

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Freeze frame of cartoon character alexis tossing trash into container.

A storyboard shows what the commercial will look like - but on paper. If you would like to see what a storyboard looks like, click on this link.
(354kb/swf)
 

Launching the media file provided requires the Flash Player available for free from Macromedia.