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    The latest Orange advert with the two windy up dolls walking along the street,and Oliver Hardy singing Let Me Call You Sweetheart,accompanied by Stan Laurel on tuba (from Swiss Miss) on the soundtrack. Where was it filmed? It would be easy to say the USA,but there is a man outside an Estate Agents,and they are known as realtors over there.

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    Looks a bit like the work of Hammer and Tongs; inspired by the Blur Coffee & TV promo.

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    I'm still puzzled as to why they called their mobile phone company Orange anyway. What are their sales like in Northern Ireland or Glasgow. They immediately exclude half of the population.



    And is it a good idea to give a mobile phone company a name that can be read as zero-range?



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    name='Marky B']The latest Orange advert with the two windy up dolls walking along the street,and Oliver Hardy singing Let Me Call You Sweetheart,accompanied by Stan Laurel on tuba (from Swiss Miss) on the soundtrack. Where was it filmed? It would be easy to say the USA,but there is a man outside an Estate Agents,and they are known as realtors over there.

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    Before this one sinks to oblivion,any ideas again on the locations.

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    Some of the architecture of the locations - the low stone walls with railings - does remind me of both Bath and Clifton, Bristol...but I haven't pinned it down .

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    name='penfold']Some of the architecture of the locations - the low stone walls with railings - does remind me of both Bath and Clifton, Bristol...but I haven't pinned it down .


    I understand it was shot by Aardman.

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    name='penfold']Some of the architecture of the locations - the low stone walls with railings - does remind me of both Bath and Clifton, Bristol...but I haven't pinned it down .


    Now that does surprise me - I thought it was abroad .

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    No way was it filmed in Bath or Bristol.



    Cars drive on the right, have small licence plates, but the Estate Agents is a Ltd company.



    At a wild guess, i'd say Canada.

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    name='mare']No way was it filmed in Bath or Bristol.



    Cars drive on the right, have small licence plates, but the Estate Agents is a Ltd company.



    At a wild guess, i'd say Canada.


    Sounds more like it.

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